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Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Offers Tactile Feedback with Less Clicking

by Shane McGlaun
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There a lot of touch typists out there who love mechanical keyboards with all their clickety-clacking and loads of tactile feedback. Though people who sit around mechanical keyboards in an office often don’t care so much for the noise they produce. Logitech has unveiled a new mechanical gaming keyboard called the G710+ that offers mechanical keys with less noise – not that you should be playing games at work now, should you?

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The keyboard uses premium mechanical switches that offer definitive, tactile key presses while eliminating much of the noise associated with mechanical keys. To dampen the noise output even further, Logitech equips the keys with dampening rings. Every key features anti-ghosting technology and the keyboard supports up to 26 key presses at one time. Each key is rated at a lifespan of 50 million presses.

The keyboard also has adjustable dual-zone backlighting. This feature allows users to adjust the lighting behind the WASD and arrow keys independently of the backlighting behind other keys – making it perfect for playing FPSes in darkened rooms. The G710+ also features six programmable G-keys and for media controls. The Logitech G710+ keyboard will ship soon for $149.99(USD).

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  1. anon says:

    “The keyboard uses premium mechanical switches that offer definitive, tactile key presses while eliminating much of the noise associated with mechanical keys”
    Deliberately misleading statement? Browns are no more premium than blues. Only a fool thinks “all mechanical switches make noise” – after all the majority don’t.

    Aren’t blacks preferable for FPS? Due to the reset and actuation points being equal… Seems like a bloated hyped article rather than actual info. I don’t think this keyboard is any better than a Filco brown which has been around for 10 years…

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