Logitech Eschews Romer-G Switches For Cherry In G610 Orion Keyboards

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Garrek99

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Wonder if the keys are as tightly packed as on the G710+ model?
I regret buying that keyboard because it is causing much more typos.
 

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I think the Romer-G keys feel okay but something feels off to me. I have a G410 with Romer-G for work and a 710+ with MX Browns at home and I prefer the 710+.

I honestly prefer the mechanical switches Razer uses on their keyboards over the Romer-Gs.
 

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Logitech G610 Orion Brown likes nice, I'd consider one if it didn't have that numeric pad. I nearly bought an Logitech Atlas Spectrum but it's just so wide, what's the point of skipping the number pad if the keyboard is so wide?
 

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Yeah, a TKL version would be pretty sweet!
 

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I wish more companies offered silent versions as an option. I really like a keyboard that's nice and quiet.
Razer and Corsair both have "silent" options. I don't think they are truly silent but just quieted versions.
 

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Membrane keyboards are as close to silent as keyboards are going to get. I know Razer makes one called the Darkstalker and Logitech makes a few in the G-series with membrane keys. Mechanical keyboards are going to be louder by design, even just the micro-switch design that all of them rely on makes some noise.
 

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I wish more companies offered silent versions as an option. I really like a keyboard that's nice and quiet.
I wish more companies offered loud as an option. I see so many gaming keyboards, but none have RGB (a big deal to me) AND blue switches. I had to settle for a k95 rgb with brown switches because it seems the one with blue switches never came out or they made like 5 of them total
 

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I think the Romer-G keys feel okay but something feels off to me. I have a G410 with Romer-G for work and a 710+ with MX Browns at home and I prefer the 710+.

I honestly prefer the mechanical switches Razer uses on their keyboards over the Romer-Gs.
 
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