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Logitech G410 comes with compact mechanical keyboard Atlas Spectrum
Logitech has unveiled a mechanical keyboard called the G410 Atlas Spectrum. The keyboard uses custom-made mechanical switches and provides RGB lighting in all keys and a companion app.
Using what Logitech Romer-G switches calls should ensure that a keystroke registered 25% faster than other mechanical keyboards. The ‘contact’ with the keys, or the depth to which the key is played, according to the company’s 1.5 millimeters. Of the LED light in the buttons can be both the pattern and the color can be set using the Logitech Gaming Software.
The keyboard is designed to be suitable for lanparty and tournaments. Therefore Logitech has decided the unit without programmable G-keys and a numeric keypad to deliver. This should make the G410 small and light enough for easy transport. Its weight is 794 grams without cable. The cable adds another 36 grams to. The whole is 390,5mm wide, 185.2 35,5mm high and deep.
The Swiss company also produces a companion app to the keyboard. The Arx control app allows users to both technical information on their PCs, such as RAM and CPU usage, and ingame information readout. Or the app can serve as a second screen for a game varies by game and depends on whether someone is assigned the Arx Control SDK support for the app. The app is available for Android and iOS. The device comes with a pedestal where a smartphone can be put in an upright position for visibility.Viewing:-170
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