Logitech is now back at it again with another keyboard that uses its own proprietary Romer-G key switches. This is the Logitech G G810, and Logitech made a few significant changes around all around.
Let’s start off with the elephant in the room (or review) here. The box itself is pretty basic. For some reason, Logitech G – which is their gaming division of peripherals – opted for a very dark design. Even the RGB lighting shown on the box is pretty dim, in my opinion.
Around the back is where things straight to look a little more outstanding. That Romer-G title is highlighted really brightly Of course, they’re going to highlight the famous 16.8 million colours available to choose from, since you’re using an RGB backlit keyboard after all.
Opening the box up is and obviously the keyboard is the first thing everyone sees. It’s just covered by a thin layer of clear plastic all over. I really wanna know why they didn’t have any sort of plastic covers like the one Ducky included for all their keyboard. Just great for any sort of storage or dust protection for that matter.
Beneath the keyboard is just a piece of quick start guide, and that’s pretty much it.