Reviews and Problems with Logitech Mechanical Gaming G710+
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22 December 2014
Summary: Logitech doesn’t make many mechanical keyboards but the Logitech G710+ changes that as its appearance marks the rise of Logitech prominence in the gaming platform. But how well does it perform compared to its competition in the market, we help you find out.
Pros: Fast response rate, Multi-Function light indicators, Variety of features
Excerpt: It seems that mechanical keyboards are all over the place these days. They’re becoming more mainstream and less expensive at the same time. Mechanical keyboards have also evolved right along with other gaming keyboards.
Summary: The G710+ gets just about everything right. Users who don't like Cherry MX Brown switches will have to give this keyboard a miss by default (the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate, with its clacking, resistant keys is perhaps a better choice for them).
Pros: Excellent physical design Best-in-class software Easy to record and use macros Smart, efficient key placement
Summary: Logitech has been making gaming peripherals for a long time, so we can't really say we're surprised that the G710+ is another solid product, literally and figuratively. It's a pleasure to type on regardless of whether you're hammering out a long report or wading through a dungeon, and it's quiet to...
Summary: Its mechanical, its stealth, it lights up, but does the G710+ step up to what users need? We took it for a test ride to see what sorcery Logitech and MX Cherry Brown did. The mechanical keyboard has always been a favourite among the PC gaming community.
Excerpt: Within the last year, I’ve become converted to a PC gamer of such. More often than ever, I’m playing a game on my MacBook in lieu of gaming on my Xbox. Gaming on a computer comes with far more options than their console counterparts.
Pros: Great design, many great features unique to Logitech.
Cons: Need for two USB 2.0 ports is a little annoying.
Summary: The Logitech G710+ mechanical gaming keyboard is a very solid product both in the design and construction, but in what it has to offer as well. While I typically prefer a stronger spring in my mechanical switches, the choice of Cherry MX Brown switches was a good one.
Conclusion: After seeing so many mechanical keyboards, I really start to wonder if anyone will come out with anything a little different. Logitech may not have been the first to market, but they took their time and made sure to introduce something that is different from the competition.
Conclusion: The Logitech G710+ isn't perfect. Its odd styling is an immediate turn off, its USB pass-through is next to useless and here and there other alternatives have it beat for features, such as the Corsair K90 with its oodles of macro keys or the Roccat Isku FX with its RGB backlighting.