Logitech G-series keyboards are nearly legendary in their stature among gamers and enthusiasts. The early products within the lineup are still regarded as some of the best peripherals ever released due to their amazing ability to adapt to nearly every situation. Here will be reviewed on two types of Logitech G series keyboards, namely Logitech G510S vs G710+ for you the games addict.
Logitech has a gaming LCD keyboard product under the name Logitech G510s. The sophisticated keyboard for playing games has many features that will help you in playing games. The advantage of this keyboard compared with other gaming keyboard is there is LCD which can integrated with games that are played. Logitech G510s gaming keyboard is a must-have for every gamer. If you are looking for speed, precision, reliability and comfort in one device, this is the perfect device for you. The G510s’ keys are non-mechanical and use standard rubber-dome switches, which to many gamers is a complete letdown considering the direction of most gaming keyboards. Nevertheless this is a feature packed keyboard that boasts a slight makeover . instead of packing in more functionality.
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Logitech has a long history of building great gaming keyboards. Its G710+ is a behemoth that’s loaded with features. The G710+ is backlit with white LEDs, and that lighting is divided into two independently controlled zones. One button manages the brightness of the WASD and Arrow keys, while the other button controls the rest of the keyboard. Each zone can be set to any of five brightness levels, including off. At lower levels, some of the larger keys (namely Shift, Tab, and Enter) are lit a bit unevenly, but that’s a minor quibble. The G710+ has a column of six macro keys stacked on its left side. You can store three different macros in each of these and switch between them on the fly by pressing a companion button, much as you would change stations on your car radio. Unfortunately, the key you press to switch between the three collections of macros isn’t backlit, which makes it hard to locate in the dark (when you’ll need it most).
Logitech G510S vs G710+
Logitech’s higher end keyboards have been very well received by the gaming community due to a great many reasons. Programmable buttons alongside easily understandable software are the key’s to any gaming peripherals’ success and the G-series accomplishes both with impressive poise. Meanwhile, the versatility of an LCD screen is somewhat useful during gaming but more importantly gives gamers bragging rights when their friends came over. Overall, If you want mechanical, get the G710+, if you want a ton of macro keys get the G510s. If you have to choose only between the two, you would better go with the G710+ without a second thought, only for the fact that it’s mechanical, once you go mechanical it’s hard to get back to membrane.