Logitech G310 compact keyboard features in-house Romer-G switches

Posted on Monday, Jul 27 2015 @ 19:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Logitech shows off the G310 Atlas Dawn compact mechanical gaming keyboard. This peripheral features Logitech's homegrown Romer-G mechanical switches, which were first used on the firm's G910 Orion Spark keyboard. It's a compact gaming keyboard without numpad nor macro keys.

The Romer-G switches have an actuation point of 1.5mm and a lifetime rating of 70 million keystrokes. The G310 seems part of Logitech's new colorful attitude, as evidenced by the keyboard's bright blue accents on the front of the keyboard as well as the completely blue back.

Other features include a LED backlight system with adjustable brightness and an integrated smartphone dock with support for Logitech's Arx Control software, which lets you use your smartphone as a secondary screen to display in-game information.

The G310 will ship in August for around $179.

Logitech G310

Logitech G310


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