Logitech has announced another gaming keyboard based around its exclusive, Omron-produced Romer-G switches: the Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL.
Following on from the Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn
, the G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL borrows the same Romer-G mechanical switches boasting a claimed 25 per cent faster response due to a 1.5mm actuation point and a 70 million actuation lifespan, but adds per-key full-colour RGB back-lighting to the feature list in a tenkeyless body claimed to be developed specifically with gamers in mind.
'We worked closely with gamers of all ages and our eSports teams to create this ultra-light keyboard that is durable and comfortable,
' claimed Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of gaming at Logitech, of the G410. 'The result is something that we think meets the needs of eSports athletes, but is also great for younger gamers looking to buy their first gaming keyboard.
The chief improvement over the G410's predecessor is the full-colour lighting system, which uses Logitech's bundled software to allow per-key customisation and synchronise lighting patterns across other devices in the Logitech G series. As before, the keyboard also comes with an in-built dock for an iOS or Android mobile device, which can run Logitech Arx Control to act as a second screen displaying in-game or system information.
The company has indicated that the G41[ Atlas Spectrum TKL will be available from early October, priced at £119.99 in the UK. More information is available on the official product page