Satisfying typing feel.
Supports major button-mashing.
Customizable function keys.
Programmable macros with swappable profiles.
Built-in media controls and volume knob.
Cherry MX Brown key switches nicely balance regular typing with gaming.
USB pass through.
Heavy keyboard won't slide around under intense gaming.
On the fly recording of simple macros.
Backlight partially gave out early in testing.
Pricey for its features.
No USB hub.
Flimsy wrist rest.
Detachable wrist rest detaches too easily.
Only six macro keys available at any one time (without switching).
Reversed standard/shifted legends.
No documentation included with the keyboard.
By PC Authority on August 14, 2013
Back when Atomic used to run yearly polls of exactly what hardware was being used on the desktops of PC enthusiasts and gamers, Logitech was a dominant power, despite not really bringing out a lot of new gear in that timeframe. The features and sheer...83
By TweakTown on April 01, 2013
The Logitech G710+ mechanical gaming keyboard is a very solid product both in the design and construction, but in what it has to offer as well. While I typically prefer a stronger spring in my mechanical switches, the choice of Cherry MX Brown...96
By LanOC Reviews on March 23, 2013
After seeing so many mechanical keyboards, I really start to wonder if anyone will come out with anything a little different. Logitech may not have been the first to market, but they took their time and made sure to introduce something that is different...-
By Bit-tech.net on March 21, 2013
The Logitech G710+ isn't perfect. Its odd styling is an immediate turn off, its USB pass-through is next to useless and here and there other alternatives have it beat for features, such as the Corsair K90 with its oodles of macro keys or the Roccat...80
By TechRadar on January 28, 2013
Surely it's only a matter of time before everyone gets on the mechanical keyboard bandwagon, though I'd have bet my house that Logitech would've gotten out there a lot earlier. But no, this G710+ is the first keyboard out of Logitech's...70
By Legit Reviews on January 28, 2013
Logitech’s first mechanical keyboard doesn’t explore new boundaries nor does it really improve on what’s already established. However, a well thought-out form and useful features make the G710+ a very attractive option for those...-
By Computer Shopper on December 19, 2012
Logitech's entry into mechanical keyboards is a pricey, backlit gaming model that looks and feels great, but it could deliver a bit more value for the money....70
By PC Mag on November 29, 2012
The Logitech G710+ gaming mechanical keyboard is a solid gaming keyboard that offers some of the best features for gaming, but cheap construction makes the price feel...70
By Bright Side of News on November 26, 2012
Overall we found the keyboard to be extremely well built, it included the standard set of features that gamers prefer on their keyboards such as backlighting, well designed media keys, and programmable macro keys with decent software. The Cherry MX...-
By uk.hardware.info on November 14, 2012
The Logitech G710+ is certainly not a cheap keyboard, at least we wouldn't call it that with a sticker price of £149 . When you compare it to other mechanical keyboards it is one of the more comprehensive models out there. Unique features...-