Romer G Switches

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Romer G Switches

Romer G switches were invented by Logitech for their 2014 Orion Spark G910 mechanical keyboard. We first looked at the Romer G switches at PAX Prime before later reviewing their initial launch in the Orion Spark RGB keyboard. Romer G switches are designed to actuate and feel similar to damped Cherry MX Browns; they're quiet, have a shallow actuation depth, and have altered design to allow for better backlight spread (less bleed) and more vibrant LEDs.

Romer G switches are rated for 70 million key clicks (about 20 million more than current Cherry MX switches) and actuate quicker, with a depth of only 1.5mm (Cherry MX red switches use 1.5mm).

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Author: Steve Burke

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