Pros: Accurate sensor, left and right-handed mouse, low wireless lag, customisable buttons, scroll wheel, interchangable buttons
Cons: Software limitations, no weight adjustments
Build Quality: 10/10
Design & Looks: 10/10
My final Rating: 9.5/10
Purchase Date: September 2016
Purchase Price: £135
Having reviewed the Logitech G303 and Logitech G502 mice, the G900 intrigued me, as it houses the same sensor Pixart PMW 3366 sensor as its two wired brothers. Therefore the biggest difference the G900 has over the other two wired models is its wireless capabilities and its different form factor.
The mouse can be found on AmazonUK for around £135 & AmazonUSA for around $150 (note the prices do heavily fluctuate) – as I am a UK based reviewer I will be reviewing it at the £135 price tag.
Pros: Design, software, dedicated media keys
Cons: Lack of accessories, price, key cap quality, bugs with the firmware, not fully programmable, no dedicated macro keys, no wrist rest
Build Quality & Accessories: 5/10
Design & Look: 7.5/10
My final Rating: 7/10
Review Date: March 2016
Review Price: £140 / $160
First of all I would like to thank Logitech for sending me the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum mechanical keyboard for review. I was very much intrigued about the new Logitech keyboards which were released, mainly due to their own Romer-G switch, which just like other manufacturers such as Razer and SteelSeries have moved away from the trusted Cherry MX switches, which I use on a daily basis on my Logitech G710+ (home) and Cooler Master Storm Quick Fire XT (work). Both of my daily keyboards use the Cherry MX Brown switches and have been also custom painted in a Lamborghini colour!
Now one thing I don’t get is why the G810 is more expensive than its older and feature-rich brother the Logitech G910. The G910 can be found for £120, now I can understand resellers are going to have different prices than the MSRP, but even then the price difference on Logitech’s website is £20. If I’m going to be spending £140 on a keyboard, I don’t think I would mind spending an extra £20 to get a keyboard that has a wrist rest, many more macro keys and even a stand for your phone to sit on!
After asking Logitech’s PR, I was told that they have “different designs” and it “comes down to personal preference” – Now I haven’t tried the G910, but I can sure tell from pictures alone that it would be a more ergonomic keyboard to use and the fact it has added functionalities and is currently cheaper than the G810 – this just doesn’t make any sense in my head! Anyway, with that said, I’ll still be reviewing the keyboard as a standalone review.
Pros: Accurate sensor, weight adjustment, ergonomics, customisable buttons, scroll wheel
Cons: No colour customisation, software limitations
Build Quality: 8.5/10
Design & Looks: 10/10
My final Rating: 9.5/10
Purchase Date: December 2015
Purchase Price: £55
After having reviewed the Logitech G303 mouse, which shares the same Pixart PMW 3366DM sensor as the G502, I thought to buy myself the more ergonomic G502 – I bought it for £35 (as it was on a deal on AmazonUK) – as prices fluctuate from £70 to £35, I thought to review it at the £55 price tag, which is a mid-point between the two.
The mouse can be found on AmazonUK for around £55 & AmazonUSA for around $55 (note the prices do heavily fluctuate) – as I am a UK based reviewer I will be reviewing it at the £55 price tag.
As a note: I didn’t receive this for review nor receive any promotional discount – I am reviewing it as a purchase as I thought it would be useful to readers to know the differences between the two mice. On top of that I bought the mouse as the ergonomics of the G502 looked better for my needs and hand size (17-19cm from middle finger to palm).
I bought this camera, because I wanted something that would look nice, be versatile, and more so work with Skype. As I use that to call family and friends quite a lot.
Logitech was my first point of call, as I’ve always been a fan of their hardware, like their keyboards, mice, sound systems, and general PC peripherals.
I thus started, and ended my webcam search with Logitech, and bought the Logitech C615 on Amazon UK for £37 & AmazonUSA – I chose the 1080P version, as at the time of buying the price difference between the C615 and the C525 (720p variant) was only a few quid.
I’m glad I chose the 1080P variant, as not only has the price increased since I bought it, but also the quality of the camera is superb!
Here is my Unboxing Video:
Here are the pictures:
Click on them, to open them and see them in a larger size, enjoy!
-Nice blue LED light indicating when the camera is in operation
-Excellent video quality
-Great still picture quality (8 Mega-pixels)
-Small camera, and not bulky looking on the monitor
-Decent audio quality recording
-Good audio range (distance from speaker)
-Extremely light camera, thus easy to move around
-Easy software installation and setup
-Nice software implementation (effects etc)
-Good & working Facebook, Twitter & YouTube integration
-Works with Skype, and has no trouble with calls
A full review will come, after I spend several months calling and testing the camera!
Hope you enjoyed the unboxing, pictures & the initial impressions!