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Logitech G710 Plus Wired Gaming Keyboard

( 4.7 Average / 75 Ratings )





G710 Plus

Part #


Design Style










Switch Type

Cherry MX Brown

Includes Mouse


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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build The Global Offensive

Great keyboard, keycaps break too often.

from completed build Upgraded Dell Inspiron i3847

Awesome highly customizable mechanical keyboard. One of the quietest mechanical keyboards out there as it comes with o-ring dampeners already installed. I'm loving the programmable g-keys on the side; I use them for folder shortcuts and set one to lock my pc. Game mode is a nice touch as well, so are the media keys, volume wheel, and different profiles. I have no need for the volume wheel as I use an external USB DAC+Amp, and I haven't seen the need for extra profiles yet. Different backlight levels are cool, but I leave them on the lowest as they can get searingly bright, especially at night. USB 2.0 passthrough is a nice touch as I use it for my mouse's wireless receiver.

Only annoyance is the extremely cheap wrist pad. It's just a narrow sheet of plastic. It works, but it sucks. Better than no wrist pad though.

from completed build No Name (Black/Orange Scheme)

This has been a great keyboard for me. I'm not much of a person to need backlight but it's nice to have. The keys feel great and it's a joy to type on. The programmable keys are also amazing and life changing. I'll forever need those programmable keys now.

from completed build Budget Gaming Build

Been good to me for gaming. My first mechanical keyboard. Used it to convert friends from rubber dome. Next KB is going to be the 710 with blue switches.

from completed build Helios

Top Mechanical Keyboard, would reccomend if you dont need a RBG-LED Keyboard.

from completed build My First Gaming Build ($1500)

Took a while to get used to at first, but worth it! I love the backlit lights! Never had one for a desktop, it's a feature I always wished I could take from my laptop to my desktop. How can you not like a mechanical keyboard that has lights? :)

from completed build First PC - Mixed use

LOVE IT! This is my first experience with mechanical keyboards, and I'll never go back - using a membrane keyboard at the school or on my laptop is painful and slow, and I miss my macro keys! With virtually 18 macro keys (6 keys and 3 modes per key), browsing, Office, and general tasks, not to mention gaming, just got so much faster. The aesthetic is really nice, and the backlighting is a surprisingly useful feature. Worth the price.

from completed build The First of Many

Once you go clack, you never go back.

Macro keys, LED lighting, media keys, and even a volume scroll knob. A great keyboard that also really feels good. Wanted the Cherry MX Blue version, but those are pretty rare. But still, a great keyboard with great feels.

from completed build My 1st PC build "Hot Rod"

The build quality on this keyboard is amazing. I absolutely love the dedicated media keys and USB Passthrough. I was able to get this keyboard for $80 brand-new. The only downside to it is that the backlit is white but that can be easily changed with this model I've seen on YouTube to make them any color you like. Did I also mention their three-year warranty.

from completed build Don't Panic

Nice Keyboard. Very please with quieter blown key switches. Back lighting is nice.