Logitech Orion Spark G910
The G910 is Logitech’s flagship gaming keyboard, yet it costs a modest $80, making it far more affordable than some other leading models. Unfortunately, that cost cutting is obvious when it comes to the design.
With a weirdly shaped wrist rest and keys, it gives off the sense of a product that has had features and design elements tacked on in the name of covering up the baseline quality of the thing.
What it lacks in design and build quality, though, the G910 tries to make up for in features. You get four gaming keys above the F1 to F4 keys, plus five more on the left. Squeezed in the top are four tiny buttons for switching profiles and media keys.
At the back is the ARX dock. This slides out to provide a place to rest your phone, which you can link up to the device via its app. This lets you control things like lighting, music and view system stats.
The G910 uses Logitech’s Romer-G keyswitches, which are like Cherry MX Browns, but with a shorter activation point. They feel good and are rated to last for 90 million activations. However, you can’t replace the keycaps with third-party ones.
Add in the non-removable wrist rest and lack of a USB hub and you have a keyboard that doesn’t wholly convince.