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As a follow up to the G910 Orion Spark that had been brought to the market in late 2014, the new Logitech G310Atlas Dawn Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard has been announced. The G310 is a more slender version of the G910 without the macro keys, media control functions, and number pad. The G310 is designed to be convenient to carry around, making it ideal for traveling.

 

Along with this, the Romer-G mechanical switches can register key presses up to 25% faster than its competitors. It Sports a 1.5 mm actuation point with the switches featuring an average lifetime rating of 70 million keystrokes, which according to Logitech is 40% longer than any other switch in the market.

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Source: Digital Trends

As quoted by Logitech G vice president and general manager Ujesh Desai:

“Having a keyboard that is compact and lightweight was important, but it also had to be durable and comfortable for hours of gameplay.”

The keyboard also supports a central backlighting system with the ability to control its brightness. It also allows users to dock their smartphones in the blue section, at the top of the board. This allows them to use the smartphone as a second screen that displays in-game information, system stats, and so forth, in conjunction with the Arx Control App conceived by Logitech.

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The Logitech G310 Atlas Dawn Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard comes with a two-year manufacturer warranty and a price tag of Rs.8,795 in India and an MSRP of $180. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?

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