Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum Mechanical Keyboard £64.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)
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Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum Mechanical Keyboard £64.99 @ Amazon (Lightning Deal)

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Found 7th Apr 2016
A good whack cheaper than anywhere else (£100+ most places). Reasonable Mechanical Keyboard for the price.

Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum
RGB Tenkeyless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Romer-G mechanical key switches make Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum up to 25 per cent faster than keyboards with standard Cherry switches. RGB backlighting lets you customise each key with up to 16.8 million colours. Customise key illumination for specific games or game events.

The ultra-light tenkeyless design makes the keyboard easy to carry, gives you extra mouse space and helps bring your hands closer together while gaming for comfort. Logitech Arx Control app integration adds second screen capability that allows your mobile device to display in-game info, vital system statistics and more.
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looks too small.
Tempted as I've always wanted a Tenkeyless...
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browneyone

looks too small.



Looks like your hands are too big. it is smaller than your average gaming keyboard, but then it depends how big your desk and indeed pockets are.
I've always wanted to try a mechanical keyboard. Would users of this one recommend this or any other mechanical keyboard for general internet use / typing letters etc? (I'm not a PC gamer.) Many thanks!
Over The Knee

I've always wanted to try a mechanical keyboard. Would users of this one … I've always wanted to try a mechanical keyboard. Would users of this one recommend this or any other mechanical keyboard for general internet use / typing letters etc? (I'm not a PC gamer.) Many thanks!


This is more aimed towards gamers with fancy lighting and super fast switches. Not that hat makes it bad for a typist.

It depends what you want from a switch. A linear smooth press, a tactile bump or even a click will determine which mech is right for you. Also the need for macro keys, media keys, usb ports, headphone ports then there is size: 60%, tenkeyless or full layout.
browneyone

looks too small.


Looks awful.... oO
Heat added, almost half price
Not a big fan of the Romer g keys but at this price it's a bargain, Heat.
DevilzGtr

Heat added, almost half price


Its half a Keyboard

It hasn't got a proper number pad, its meant to feel cheap and it doesn't have any dedicated programmable keys, or palm rest .. (_;)
No number pad, not Cherry switches.
thanks, ordered.

expired btw.
Edited by: "amkhan" 7th Apr 2016
Optimus_Toaster

This is more aimed towards gamers with fancy lighting and super fast … This is more aimed towards gamers with fancy lighting and super fast switches. Not that hat makes it bad for a typist. It depends what you want from a switch. A linear smooth press, a tactile bump or even a click will determine which mech is right for you. Also the need for macro keys, media keys, usb ports, headphone ports then there is size: 60%, tenkeyless or full layout.



Thanks very much! Sorry I only saw your reply just now!
Received this yesterday and am a little disappointed with the build quality.
It feels plasticky and hollow.
The Romer-G mechanical switches feel mushy compared to real cherry switches as well.
Its also a little annoying that there are no dedicated media buttons. The media buttons require the 'FN' key to be pressed
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