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You can modify the G710+ orange ring if you like, I did. thumb.gif


My modified G710+ Pic

I've had mine since release day with no issues. Enjoying the brown cherry mx keys with installed O-rings for the most quite, yet fully mechanical keyboard on the market out of the box. I enjoy typing on it every day.

When it was first manufactured it went through new fabrication bumps on the assembly line but that has been long addressed. You don't hear much anymore about any back lighting going bad. Even if it does you got a very strong customer support with great warranty by Logitech.

I was recently looking into a new keyboard as my second rig is in dire need but can't find myself able to part with the volume bar that I've grown accustomed to. I use my 3.0 USB port for thumb drive quite often. It's a very solid keyboard with no flex to it.

Good luck which ever you choose. 2cents.gif

I ordered the Q710+ last night and honestly I'm guessing that I'm going to want to mod that orange part however I'd really rather not void the warranty just incase especially knowing the keyboard. I might use a sharpie or something on it if i really hate it in person but idk yet.
I've dealt with logitech customer service before for my g9x and it was excellent and they didn't even make me send the mouse in, i fixed it and kept it so i got a second g9x essentially for free.
I'm scared howvere that with the keyboard they may want me to send it in.

Do you guys think the O rings make the typing experience any worse since you said it does effect it. I want to really enjoy my mechanical keyboard experience Im getting myself into, especially after what i payed for the thing.
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On my post I believe I said that the o-rings are removable, so you can take them off if you like, in the last link I sent you, it describes what O-rings do.
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Do you guys think the O rings make the typing experience any worse since you said it does effect it. I want to really enjoy my mechanical keyboard experience Im getting myself into, especially after what i payed for the thing.

The o rings mostly just dampen the noise of the keys bottoming out, they only change the feel a very tiny bit. I left them on mine to help keep it as quiet as possible and love the board over all.
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