According to Logitech, the new in-house made Romer-G mechanical switches will allow gamers to experience "25 per cent faster actuation compared to standard mechanical keyboards."
The G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL keyboard is pretty much a smaller version of the Logitech G910 Orion Spark and is actually the first TKL (ten-key-less) gaming keyboard from Logitech. Designed for gamers that need a high-end but portable keyboard, the G410 Atlas Spectrum is also the second gaming keyboard from Logitech to feature RGB lighting.
The G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL keyboard features a dock at the top-front part of the keyboard made for Logitech Arx Control, an app for iOS and Android mobile devices that can display system and in-game information and can be used to control other Logitech G peripherals.
Measuring at 185.2x390x5x35.5mm and weighing in at 830g, the new G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL gaming keyboard from Logitech is quite small and light, which should certainly appeal to those that are traveling to LAN events and tournaments.
While the US $179.99 priced Logitech G910 Orion Spark might have been a bit too expensive for some, the new Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum TKL will be priced at US $129.99, when it becomes available in October, making it a perfect option for those looking for a compact mechanical gaming keyboard.