Logitech G910 Gaming Keyboard

Last updated: June 4, 2021

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Product Details

In our analysis of 70 expert reviews, the Logitech G910 Gaming Keyboard placed 7th when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Game at a new level of speed and customization. Orion Spark revolutionizes RGB gaming keyboards. Exclusive new Romer-G mechanical switches deliver up to 25% faster actuation—so you can execute every command as fast as you press the keys. Customize lighting for individual keys and games with your pick of 16.8 million brilliant colors. Logitech Gaming Software also comes pre-loaded with lighting profiles for over 300 games. Keep on top of critical in-game data with the keyboard’s Arx Control app and docking station for your smartphone or tablet. Orion Spark redefines gaming control so you leave nothing to chance. Orion Spark is the world’s fastest RGB mechanical gaming keyboard, featuring exclusive Romer-G mechanical switches that offer up to 25 percent faster actuation, plus 9 programmable G-keys and intelligent RGB illumination.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Whether or not you use the ARX control, the real stars of the G910 are its keys. Underneath, each key is powered by Logitech's proprietary Romer-G switches, which Gadget Review found "butter smooth" and incredibly fast, needing only "the slightest touch" to activate them.
Beautiful design and lighting.
Great in-game performance, Flawless macro-recording, Intuitive software
The main draw for this one is the ARX app system. You can use your smart phone or tablet to display in-game info, vital system statistics and more.
Gorgeous lighting with very little light leakage.
Though its promotional material might convince you that the G910 will appeal exclusively to the energy drink-guzzling, DOTA diehards, its design doesn’t break too far out of the mold of what makes a great keyboard. Logitech instead opts to refine the subtleties of design and functionality, which go a long way in making it accessible to both MOBA veterans and casual users alike.
Built-in smartphone dock and media controls.
The unique thing about this keyboard is the ARX dock and the ARX software. This is a mobile app for Android and iOS that pairs with the Logitech Gaming Software via your Internet connection and shows you information about your system and allows you to control volume and playback and enables you to change DPI levels of your Logitech mice without leaving the game you're playing.
With the help of the exclusive Romer-G mechanical switches, is able to deliver up to 25 percent faster actuation compared to even some of the most impressive competitors out there.
It's been tremendously fun to play with the lighting settings and learn about the new switches. Light programming has potential for more creative owners, especially when it comes to cool-down macro timings in the future.
Things move quickly into the system requirements of Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, but we also found no issues in Windows 10 either.
The G keys are easy to reach. They have been re-positioned for optimal speed and accessibility. There are five of them on the left side and four right above the “F” keys. There are also media controls with volume dial.
Logitech’s G910 gaming keyboard doesn’t use traditional switches. Instead, they have developed their own Romer-G switches for the G910.
The Arx app was straight forward to install and set up. It scans the local WiFi network for a computer with the Logitech Gaming Software installed and it prompts you whether or not you want to pair the two.
- Neowin
Romer-G switches are fantastic.

What reviewers didn't like

Lighting options could be more robust.
Lighting options could be more robust.
My only real issue with the Orion Spark… It randomly dies on me. For some inexplicable reason the board will stop responding and will refuse to receive a single input. It has only happened a few times in the two weeks I’ve had the board up and running.
I like that the Romer-Gs are quieter than your average mechanical keyboard, but they lack the satisfying oomph of a typical mechanical switch, feeling kind of mushy and dull instead.
I share a desk, it was a problem. It will fit better into a dedicated gaming battlestation.
Asymmetrical keycap layout isn't great for for non-gamers.
The first thing you'll notice while using the Orion Spark is the unusual design of the keycaps. Instead of the classical round conformation of keycaps that's usually found on most keyboards, the ones on the G910 are angular. The right, left and top sides of each keycap are raised to a certain degree. In theory, this should make it easier to avoid misclicking, but in practice we found it uncomfortable.
Could take some time to get used to the additional space between keys.
The “ARX Dock” included with the keyboard gives me ideas for the future, but the dock in its current state is entirely useless. It's a cold dock for phones – so it'll fit most phones, but doesn't really do anything other than hold the phone.
The keys are not that good for non-gaming use
Honestly, one of the most disappointing parts about the Logitech G910 is its design. The keyboard appears to be made of mostly plastic, and since Logitech doesn’t mention anything about it, we’re assuming that’s the case.
No Windows Phone and Windows Store support sucks. We've almost finished 2014, so I don't see why this is something that is still glossed over.
- Neowin
Concave key caps can make typing difficult.
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