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Logitech G810 ORION SPECTRUM Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,385
Indonesia IDR 1,880,000
Malaysia MYR 635
Philippines PHP 8,695
Singapore SGD 198
Thailand THB 4,990

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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
Quiet switches, RGB backlit, Good for typingPrice, 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 2016-12-05
There has been a bit of a shake-up in the mechanical keyboard market over the past couple of years. For quite a while, most gaming keyboards with mechanical switches defaulted to using Cherry MX keyswitches. Cherry switches are great, but recently a few c...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
I consider this to be the best option currently on the market for gaming with well-balanced Romer-G switches, customisable per-key RGB backlight and a minimal frame to save on desktop real-estate. Gaming on the G810 Orion Spectrum belongs on your Christma...
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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 2016-09-12
Excellent feel, very solid, very useful and controllable backlighting, ability to save and share profilesFairly 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 2016-09-02
Good feel, Highly customisable lighting, Reasonably quiet for a mechanical keyboardBit pricey, No dedicated macro keys, No USB ports
Mechanical keyboard, such as Logitech's G810, are like the luxury cars of the typing world. Instead of using squishy rubber domes, mechanical keyboards make use of physical switches to determine with whether you've pressed a key. This results in a more ta...
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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 IntegrationPrice (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 trackingLack 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 2016-06-23
Fantastic lighting options, Multi-functional Windows key lock, Romer-G switches are satisfying without being overwhelmingly noisy, Attractive, minimalist aesthetic and designNo USB/audio passthrough, Expensive. Really expensive.
I've been fiddling with the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum for the last few weeks, and I'm impressed. Like all of Logitech's G-series peripherals, the G810 Orion Spectrum is an exceptionally well-engineered piece of gaming kit. Let me tell you about it.Keys...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-16
Logitech got it all wrong with the ugly and overpriced G310 keyboard, but has more than redeemed itself with this, the G810. At an RRP of almost $250, however, this is up there with the most expensive mechanical keyboards on sale in Australia, so it needs...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Compact, stylish design suitable for grownup gamers and pro desktops, Solid, robust quality with innovative design touches, Downloadable game profiles provide enhanced illumination featuresLogitech Gaming Software could be improved, Limited library of game profiles available, Lacks wrist support
Priced at $159.99, the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Gaming Keyboard nestles very close to the top of the company's gaming keyboard range. It's beaten only by the G910 Orion Spark which is $20 more expensive.These days you can pick up a basic computer keyb...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-02
Classy looks, Premium feel, RomerG keys are niceA bit pricey, You may not like RomerG 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 2016-03-22
New mechanical keys!, Topnotch backlighting, SimpleNo USB passthrough, Lack of G Keys, Simple
The G810, unlike most other mechanical keyboards on the market, does not use Cherry MX switches. Logitech likes to make their own tech rather than licensing others' hardware, both so they can stand out and, probably, save a little money in the long run. L...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Excellent lighting across the board, Soft tactile ROMERG switches, Comprehensive software package;No wristrest included;
Logitech has worked on solidifying its G-series gaming peripheral series, recently releasing several mechanical keyboard models. One of its most recent additions is the G810 Orion Spectrum - an office friendly variant of the lumbering G910.The G810 is a f...
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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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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
Excellent tactile feedback without the noise, Nice design that doesn't scream gamer style, Highly configurableSoftware is a little buggy
I'm not much of a computer gamer, but I do lots of typing in my work. It might seem strange that I would be interested in Logitech's fancy new G810 Orion Spectrum mechanical keyboard, but you see, I do appreciate a good keyboard that offers a really comfo...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-01
Lighting effects can be synced with those of a compatible Logitech mouse, Excellent media controls, Superb lightingNo dedicated macro keys, USB passthrough, or palm rest, Different switchtype options would be appreciated
Compared to the midrange G410 Atlas Spectrum, the G810 has the same RGB lighting options, but it includes a number pad and dedicated media controls, including a slick volume wheel that we've seen before in similar form on Corsair keyboards, such as the K7...
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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
Elegant desig, Great performanc, Comfortable key, Gorgeous backlightingSome 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 2016-02-08
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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