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For me, without any software, it is always in a rainbow pattern starting from the center and moving out.

Usually when I boot up it's all blue.
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It starts in the rainbow pattern for the self test (latest firmware makes this last shorter) then switches to light blue.
The last set colors in the LGS do not seem to be recalled or saved onboard; the software must be running for custom colors.
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Beginning Feb. 8, 2016, the following products will be bundled with a full version of The Division, available at participating retailers, online stores or gaming.logitech.com:
-Logitech® G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Keyboard
-Logitech® G810 Orion Spectrum RGB Mechanical Keyboard
-Logitech® G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL Mechanical Keyboard (Europe only)

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I tried this keyboard in store and liked it way more than I expected. Spacebar on the display model was looser than my ex, sounded like a rattlesnake. Flexing the display model was like doors creaking. The plastic design and build quality really worries me, I like products that last a while and I'm curious on your experiences if you own one.

For those of you who have the keyboard can you confirm how long you've used it, how often, and how your lower row or other keys are holding up? How about any other things I should look out for?
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I tried this keyboard in store and liked it way more than I expected. Spacebar on the display model was looser than my ex, sounded like a rattlesnake. Flexing the display model was like doors creaking. The plastic design and build quality really worries me, I like products that last a while and I'm curious on your experiences if you own one.

For those of you who have the keyboard can you confirm how long you've used it, how often, and how your lower row or other keys are holding up? How about any other things I should look out for?

I have 2 of them since 1.5 years now... Zero problems, still love them!
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I tried this keyboard in store and liked it way more than I expected. Spacebar on the display model was looser than my ex, sounded like a rattlesnake. Flexing the display model was like doors creaking. The plastic design and build quality really worries me, I like products that last a while and I'm curious on your experiences if you own one.

For those of you who have the keyboard can you confirm how long you've used it, how often, and how your lower row or other keys are holding up? How about any other things I should look out for?

I've owned it since the summer sometime( don't remember exactly when I bought it, but at least since August 2015). I'm a remote IT consultant. I use it every day for most hours of the day and I don't really see any wear. It's gotten dirty, but I type emails and play games all day every day and it's still running great.

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I have 2 of them since 1.5 years now... Zero problems, still love them!
Do you have one at office and one at home? Give me some more feedback! smile.gif
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I've owned it since the summer sometime( don't remember exactly when I bought it, but at least since August 2015). I'm a remote IT consultant. I use it every day for most hours of the day and I don't really see any wear. It's gotten dirty, but I type emails and play games all day every day and it's still running great.


Thanks for the feedback. I am trying to understand how the store model was so beat up and I know it hasn't been sitting their for a year. It had to be used as a frisbee or bat for the employees, or something. It was just hard to believe the board could get worn down to that level if it was not intentional.

Would you mind sharing more of your experience with me? Do all your keys actually feel great or can you notice differences in ones you use more? How is your spacebar as of right now, can you feel the stabilizer moving or hear it when pressing in different spots?

I really liked the feeling of the romer g switches but the in store model was a scare. I've gone through multiple mechanical keyboards of different switches and I mean through them so I am trying to prepare myself. This feels like one of those situations where those in store replacement plans become convenient.
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Do you have one at office and one at home? Give me some more feedback! smile.gif
Thanks for the feedback. I am trying to understand how the store model was so beat up and I know it hasn't been sitting their for a year. It had to be used as a frisbee or bat for the employees, or something. It was just hard to believe the board could get worn down to that level if it was not intentional.

Would you mind sharing more of your experience with me? Do all your keys actually feel great or can you notice differences in ones you use more? How is your spacebar as of right now, can you feel the stabilizer moving or hear it when pressing in different spots?

I really liked the feeling of the romer g switches but the in store model was a scare. I've gone through multiple mechanical keyboards of different switches and I mean through them so I am trying to prepare myself. This feels like one of those situations where those in store replacement plans become convenient.


Yes, one at home, and one at the office. So i am typing on them all day smile.gif

In my opinion all the keys feel great. The switches are perfect, and the concave keycaps are also very good.
The G1-G5 keys are a bit weird positioned, but i was never used to have more keys to my left hand, and since i align my left hend with the small finger on the shift, i ended up earlier always by having it on the G4, therefore shifted every finger by 1 to the left. So i had weird moments in gaming in the first weeks. I solved that by putting a namecard as separator between the G keys, and after few weeks this wasnt a problem anymore.
But i cant really tell you any problem that bothers me. The keys feel soft, and and also quieter than MX switches (tough, i dont know the feel of the newer MX swichtes). The actuation is also shorter, wich is good.
The lighting is personal preference. Sometimes i just have it on default, or some else color all the board. What i maybe miss is a clear white color.
The phone stand is also great, i use it with arx connection, and all the AIDA64 sensors on my S6 edge+ while gaming. This way i can monitor anyhting.

Probably what i miss the most about the G910, is a USB hub. In this size, and price they could have made it easy. Now that i have the G900, it would be perfect for charging it. Or they should make a wireless version of this keyboard too smile.gif It is also sad, that the TKL version is much lower quality overall. So there is room for improvements for a new product: A G910 in wireless, and/or with USB hub, TKL, and clean white lightning, and no G keys on left side smile.gif And a dust cover, because cleaning it is pretty hard... Btw, i spilled cola once in one of them in the numpad, and arrows area. Zero problems... cleaned it on the fly. Seems that fluids cant get in the switches, or another sensible areas that easy.
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wish they would make a no-nonesense keyboard with these switches. no lighting, no software, no macros, just a normal full-sized keyboard with these switches.
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wish they would make a no-nonesense keyboard with these switches. no lighting, no software, no macros, just a normal full-sized keyboard with these switches.

But pretty lights are fun thumb.gif
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