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Logitech G announces G310 Atlas Dawn mechanical gaming keyboard with in-house Romer-G switches

By Shawn Knight · 8 replies
Jul 23, 2015
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  1. Logitech has unveiled a new high-end gaming keyboard equipped with the company’s own Romer-G mechanical switches. Officially known as the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, it appears to be a direct descendant of the G910 Orion Spark that debuted late last year.

    Specifically, the G310 looks like a slimmed down version of the G910. Gone are the macro keys along the side and top of the board as are the media control functions. The number pad was also given the boot – all part of the process to develop a lightweight and compact keyboard that’s better suited for travel to LAN events or to fit into smaller gaming spaces.

    Logitech says its Romer-G mechanical switches are capable of registering key presses up to 25 percent faster than “competing” mechanical switches. They feature an actuation point of 1.5mm with an average lifetime rating of 70 million keystrokes which the company claims is up to 40 percent longer than others on the market.

    The board also features a central backlighting system with the ability to control brightness. The blue section you see at the top of the board is a removable smartphone docking station. It’s designed to be used with the company’s Arx Control app for Android or iOS which effectively turns your smartphone into a second screen to display in-game information, system stats and the like.

    The Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard goes on sale next month priced at $179.95 and is backed by a two-year warranty.

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  2. darkzelda

    darkzelda TS Evangelist Posts: 344   +141

    Has a great design.
  3. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 4,214   +2,676

    Not to everyone's taste. To me it looks radioactive and sickening.
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  4. Qrox

    Qrox TS Booster Posts: 67   +27

    In terms of looks, it doesn't look bad, but since it doesn't have a num pad. No thanks.
  5. 180$ for this dumbed down piece of ...art? I wounder what are they smoking
  6. wiyosaya

    wiyosaya TS Evangelist Posts: 3,323   +1,745

    That price has got to be a mistake. I paid that for the G910 last month directly from Logitech.
  7. It looks awesome and I love the small form factor,plus its backlit
  8. Emexrulsier

    Emexrulsier TS Evangelist Posts: 591   +76

    Price does sound about right. I got the 910 on release day and paid £160 which is around $248, again I bought it direct from Logitech (Just checked and it's still that price now but yeah you can get the g910 on amazon.com for $173 which is about £111 YAY for rip off britain, logitech is a European company!). I like the romar G switches they are very responsive and nice to use and not too "clicky". The ARX dock and software is a steaming pile of horse poop and even 18 months later is still very unsupported (ie no support) and just a failed gimic.
  9. adamrussell

    adamrussell TS Rookie

    For me the lack of a numpad is a plus. Narrower keyboard is better. I rarely use the numpad anyway.

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