Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM price in Malaysia & Specs for December, 2018

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Cheapest Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM Price in Malaysia is RM 467.00

The Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM price in Malaysia is RM 467.00 from Shopee. Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM price details are updated December 2018.

Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM Price Guide

Price List by Country for Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 1,485.00 RM 795.00
Indonesia IDR 635.000 RM 182.00
Malaysia MYR 467.00 RM 467.00
Philippines PHP 10,000.00 RM 795.00
Singapore SGD 207.00 RM 631.00
Thailand THB 4,890 RM 625.00
Vietnam VND 2.191.000 RM 395.00

Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateFeb 2016
Device interfaceUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Keyboard key switchMechanical
Keyboard layoutAZERTY
Keyboard languageFrench
Connectivity technologyWired
Keyboard form factorStandard
Keyboard styleStraight
Pointing deviceNo
USB hubNo
Fingerprint readerNo
Wrist restNo
Numeric keypadYes
Windows keysYes
Multimedia keysYes
Keyboard keys operating life70 million characters
Adjustable keyboard heightYes
Number of height positions3
Angle adjustment (max)
Full-size keyboardYes
Rollover26-key rollover
Product colourBlack
Backlight typeRGB LED
Backlight colourVarious
Adjustable backlightYes
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM

Reviewed on 2016-07-26
Logitech is now back at it again with another keyboard that uses its own proprietary Romer-G key switches. This is the Logitech G G810, and Logitech made a few significant changes around all around.Let's start off with the elephant in the room (or review)...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-05
Low profile looks appeal to just about anyone, Huge grippy feet keep the G810 Orion Spectrum planted on any desk, Romer-G offer faster actuation and also shorter maximum travel distance, Sturdy build quality, Excellent dedicated media controls and volume...
Cable is non-detachable; no cable management features
We have reviewed the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn, which was a great looking keyboard but not really any good otherwise. I did not hate on the Romer-G switches in the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn, but rather the overall experience of using the keyboard left me w...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
Quiet switches, RGB backlit, Good for typing
Price, Lack accessories
The year 2016 seems to be the year of RGB lighting and Logitech is on this trend as well. Meet the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum, the company's latest mechanical keyboard. Inside the box is just the keyboard itself and a simple user's guide. Considering th...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-02
Attractive Design, Solid Performance, Media Buttons, RGB Lighting, Comfortable, Sturdy
No USB Ports, Spacebar Feels Cheap, If you are in the market for a high quality gaming keyboard, the G810 is definitely the keyboard to get. You simply can't go wrong with the Logitech G810 because it offers everything you could want in a gaming keyboard...
The Logitech G810 is a sophisticated mechanical gaming keyboard that features a minimalistic, modern design with RGB color lighting. It comes with Logitech's exclusive Romer-G switches which offer 25 percent faster actuation than standard mechanical switc...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-12
RomerG switches are quieter than Cherry, Beautiful lighting, Dedicated media buttons and volume roller
Extra ping noise when typing, Keys caps show too much fingergrease shine, RomerG stems not Cherry compatible
We review the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum, outfitted with the company's own Romer-G switches instead of the industry standard Cherry, plus full RGB lighting. The exterior of the Logitech G810 Orion is identical to the G610 Brown and G610 Red, in fac...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-06
Excellent RGB lighting and easy software, Restrained, unassuming design, Very stiff, tactile media keys, Excellent RGB lighting and easy software, Restrained, unassuming design, Very stiff, tactile media keys
RomerG switches are still "just okay", Weird placement of Caps/Scroll/Num Lock indicators, RomerG switches are still "just okay", Can't get Cherryenabled G610 variant with RGB lighting, Weird placement of Caps/Scroll/Num Lock indicators
What a relief. After two game-y keyboards, the G910 and the 10-key-less G410, Logitech's finally gone back to an old design: a plain black rectangle. And it brought back Cherry switches, too.It's almost too good to be true.The G610 and G810 lines actually...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-12
Mechanical-keyboard enthusiasts are intense about their love of loud, clicky keys — and most know exactly the kind of mechanical switch that they like (Cherry MX Blue for me). But Logitech believes this space has room to grow along with different kinds of...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-16
Solid Build, Size (Compared To The G910), Full RGB Key Illumination (16.8m Colors), Available Effects, Individual Key Illumination, RomerG Mechanical Switches (70M Actuations/Reduced Actuation Force By 25%), 26Key Rollover, Arx Control Integration
Price (For Some), No USB Ports, Does Not Support NKRO (NKey Rollover)
As far back as i can remember keyboards have always been my favorite PC peripheral followed closely by speakers and not mice as some of you would expect. Still since back in the 90's we practically had to count on Microsoft and in smaller part to IBM for...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-07
Customizable lighting and media controls, with programmable function keys, Comes with 300 preloaded game lighting profiles, Proprietary key switches and 26-key rollover enhance game performance, Software offers stat tracking
Lack of dedicated macro keys and wrist rest may irk serious gamers, Switches sensitive for regular typing, Software tools can be confusing, Too pricey for casual gamers
When it comes to gaming keyboards, it's all about figuring out what gives you that extra edge. For some that means wrist rests, USB ports, smartphone or tablet docks, or an array of macro keys. But what if you want to game without all the fuss? That's whe...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-25
For the past 10 years, with a few exceptions, I've called the Microsoft Ergonomic 4000 my keyboard of choice. I've bought probably nine or 10 of them over the years, hammering through one every couple years thanks to hours and hours of daily typing. One o...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
The company behind some of the most impressive PC accessories has announced a new gaming keyboard. When you look at most gaming keyboards, they look very elaborate. They have so many buttons and extra parts that many get intimidated and start looking for...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
Elegant desig, Great performanc, Comfortable key, Gorgeous backlighting
Some software odditie, Not the fastest for typing
The trouble with gaming keyboards is that they use some of the highest-quality parts in the business, but cram them into a product that would look absurd in anything but a teenager's gaming nook. The Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum ($160), on the other hand...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-04
This new offering is cleaner, less faceted (both in key caps and design) but comes much closer to the feel and function than the tenkeyless G410 from last year. Let's take a look at how the G810 changes things up for Logitech G.Keyboard DesignThe G810 Ori...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
The issue with today's gaming keyboards has a lot to do with making use of high quality components and cramming them into a peripheral that would appear weird in everything else but in a gamer's world. The Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum is hardly the case...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-12
Excellent feel, very solid, very useful and controllable backlighting, ability to save and share profiles
Fairly tall so may take a little to get time to get used to
I learnt to type on a desktop. A desktop typewriter, that is. An enormous clunky thing with a key travel that must have been a good 25mm and required a very firm strike to make sure it flung the type head with sufficient force to leave a character on the...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-02
Classy looks, Premium feel, Romer-G keys are nice
A bit pricey, You may not like Romer-G keys
Logitech lost its grip on the gaming keyboard market in the years following the glory days of the G15, and the subsequent rise of the Cherrys. But it's been fighting back and the G810 is its best yet, which is good because the last one, the G310 was an ov...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-24
RGB mechanical keyboards are commonly promoted as the elite standard of the peripheral market. Featuring programmable colour schemes, macro keys and even house-made switches, it's easy to see why these boards carry alongside them a hefty price tag. The Lo...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-06
The keyboard market is saturated right now, with all kinds of switches, physical layouts, and lighting options available to fit nearly any user's needs. The latest innovation have been in custom switches and ever more elaborate RGB lighting. Enter the Log...
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