Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

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  • Editor's Rating

    Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

      • Design
      • 10
      • Features
      • 8
      • Performance
      • 8
      • Durability
      • 7
      • Utility
      • 8
      • Total Score:
      • 8.20
      • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10
  • Pros

    • Great mechanical keys
    • Variable split backlighting
    • Stores up to 18 macros
  • Cons

    • More than a smidge expensive ($149!)
    • Palm rest snaps off way too easily

Quick Take

Great opportunity to jump into the world of mechanical keyboards, especially if you find it on sale.

The Logitech G710+ mechanical gaming keyboard features the same futuristic, industrial design typical of Logitech keyboard. Each key on the device has a full-on mechanical switch, which makes it much sturdier and allows it to last up to five times longer than a tradition membrane-based keyboard. Keys on a mechanical keyboard spring back quickly, proving a strong experience for gamers and fast typers

\"LogitechNotebookReview called the design of the G710+ “downright chic,” noting each key is lit by a bright white LED light, which has four brightness levels. The keyboard also has six programmable macro keys, which can each be programmed with up to three different commands. The G710+ also features 26-key rollover and anti-ghosting technology on all 110 keys. NBR noted the keys have excellent response time, but the keyboard can be a bit noisy, although it’s not as noisy as many mechanical keyboards. The USB plug on the keyboard takes up two USB 2.0 ports in a notebook due to a USB pass-through included on the back of the keyboard, although users don’t have to utilize the pass-through.

In conclusion, NBR said “on the whole, this is a good keyboard,” but noted that for the price of $149 at the time of the review, users may want to wait until they can find the device on sale.

Head over to NotebookReview for the full review of the Logitech G710+ gaming keyboard and to learn more about its specs, performance, and design.



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