Packaging, Accessories, and Documentation
With the use of bright blue to accent the dark starry sky, Logitech frames the image of the G910 Orion Spark on the cover. To the left of the keyboard image, we are shown the Romer-G switch, and for the first time, there is a mention of the twenty-five percent boost in actuation of each switch.
With the major naming out of view, this thinner panel offers what is inside the box, and what you need to run the G910 in both English and French. To the right it mentions that some features need the software to function and that there is an ARX app to turn a phone into a display.
Both ends of the box are identical, and due to this, we will just show it this once. We are given the Logitech name and logo, the G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard naming, and a larger image of the Romer-G switches used in this keyboard.
The top of the box, or the second long skinny panel, offers an up-close look at two rows of key caps. You will see that they have an unusual shape, as well as lined accents on some of them for quick recognition.
The majority of the back panel is taken up with the large image of the keyboard, illuminated on one end, and a digitally rendered interior at the other. Around that image are mentions of the nine G-keys, per key illumination, the Romer-G switches, and that it can use the ARX Control app.
Inside of the packaging we just looked at, there is a thick black cardboard box with a big blue "G" on top of it. After removing the top, we find the keyboard resting inside the box. There is little need for added protection, as the keyboard rests in dense foam, and more is glued inside of the lid to sandwich this board inside. As to our sample, it is in perfect shape and ready to go to work.
Shipped on the keyboard is the small palm rest, as it does not have the same depth at the left end as this optional palm rest does, and is why this is then the large palm rest.
At the bottom of the box, we found the literature. We are given a setup guide, which just walks through the basics of how to install the keyboard and where to go for the software. Logitech also ships an insert denoting what is, and what is not covered in the two-year period.
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