The Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum is an excellent keyboard both for typing and gaming. The software is responsive and easy to use, the lighting effects can rival other high-end RGB keyboards and the Romer-G switches are still a joy to use on a day to day basis.
Logitech’s Romer-G switches are a proven contender at this point, having impressed me for the second time in a row even compared to popular Cherry switch variants.
The biggest thing that sold me on the Logitech G410 was the inclusion of normal keycaps. The concave caps found on the G910 were pretty good for ensuring accuracy in gaming but they really hindered the typing experience. This time around, I have found absolutely no issues with key spacing and I don’t feel like the keycaps are hindering my touch typing at all.
The Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum isn’t cheap. You can currently buy it for £119.99 on Amazon UK, which is pricey, particularly when you factor in competing boards from the likes of Corsair or Razer. Still we rate it highly.
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- Romer-G switches are excellent.
- High quality RGB lighting.
- 10-keyless design.
KitGuru Says: The Logitech G410 is a fantastic keyboard and the Romer-G switches are a joy to use. That said, there is a lot of competition at the £120 price point.