Product Comparison: Logitech G710+ vs Corsair K70 LUX

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General Specifications
About the Product
The mechanical keys on G710+ deliver gaming-grade responsiveness and tactile feedback superior to rubber-domed keys. With an actuation force and distance of 45 g and 2 mm, respectively, the keys are optimized for rapid command entry. Plus, the keys have been tested for durability to a 50 million cycle life.
With virtually unlimited customization directly integrated into Corsair's legendary construction, the LUX line of gaming keyboards is the key to breaking through the competition. Choose between three unique Cherry MX switches to match your play style, express yourself with programmable advanced lighting control and large font keycaps, and transform your gameplay with on-the-fly macro programming. Loaded into a rugged aluminum body, Corsair LUX keyboards provide the ultimate experience for every situation.
Key Specs
Keyboard Type
Number of Keys
Size & Weight
1.5 in.
1.5 in.
20 in.
17.17 in.
8.7 in.
6.5 in.
51.5 oz.
42.32 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Tactile High-Speed Keys
  • This is a really nice looking keyboard. A glossy black base plate with sharp blacks and grays with your macro keys highlighted in orange. The look is a perfect balance between sleek minimalism and functionality.
  • Nice keyboard. Good feel. It is best used by someone with medium hands as the key tops are a bit small for a full-sized keyboard. Like most mechanical keyboards it is relatively loud.
  • If you're a PC gamer and are looking to buy your first basic full sized mechanical board, then buy this keyboard.
  • The first thing I noticed when unboxing this thing is how hefty it feels. It has an old-school 90's heft to it. I'm sure it has weights in it but still, it feels very solid.
  • HUGE: big reach for the mouse and takes up a lot of room on the desk
Corsair K70 LUX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Backlit Red
  • The keyboard is very comfortable to use, and the optional handrest is perfect without being "too much". The full-sized keyboard is nice if you're using the numberpad/arrows, or generally like "more room" on a keyboard.
  • The lux is basically the revision to the standard K70, with an updated lighting controller and new keycaps with a wider, larger font. I have to say though once I got the lux and saw how much more light the new font lets though, I really appreciated it.
  • I love the metal frame and heaviness of the keyboard. I'm still getting used to the mechanical keys but i love everything about his keyboard and would recommend it to anyone.
  • Very heavy, nice construction, great cable, USB pass through port carries enough power to operate things like controllers, thumb drives, etc. You won't be charging anything, but it works as a basic cable, allowing you to use much shorter cables for peripheral devices.
Key Type
Single color
Red backlit
26 key
Multimedia Keys
Integrated Numeric Keypad
What customers say about "Keys"
Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Tactile High-Speed Keys
  • This is a fantastic mechanical keyboard that I'm enjoying a lot and love to type on. It looks professional, the clicking sounds are not loud, the tactile feel is great and the keys are very responsive and I really like the level of sensitivity.
  • This is the best keyboard I've ever owned. Flawless operation for the duration of ownership so far which is going on 2+ years. It's mechanical, has good tactical feedback but isn't obnoxiously loud.
  • Excellent top notch quality keyboard for the gamers out there. Easy to use and contains extra keys for your gaming needs. In addition, the keys illuminate to your desired brightness.
  • The Cherry Brown keys are the perfect balance for me. I find the Blues too loud. The Browns are much quieter, but you still get that firm tactile feedback you want from a mechanical keyboard.
  • The secondary (shift) characters are not illuminated and are hidden underneath the main items on the keys in a dull gray color. difficult to find when looking for a rarely used punctuation character, impossible in a darker room
Corsair K70 LUX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Backlit Red
  • Dedicated Media Controls - these are by far the best media controls I could find on the market. The volume is a knob, and not a pair of buttons, which is very rare for keyboards. Additionally, the 5 dedicated controls (Mute - Stop - Back - Pause/Play - Next).
  • The new keycaps are really good. They feel a bit more premium than the standard K70 caps, and for some reason they actuate much smoother. I think they are great overall.
  • Great keyboard, I've had it for a week or so now, the keys feel extremely smooth and well made.
  • The brushed backplate looks very slick and makes for a nice finish to the look. Another thing I love about the keyboard is that it has open faced keys. It's extremely easy to clean with compressed air or even just a quick blow to remove those pesky particles that get under the keys.
  • After only three weeks of normal use, the plastic on the bottom of my CAPS LOCK key-cap cracked rendering the key-cap unusable. Disappointing for a brand new keyboard, but really no big deal.
Adjustable Tilt Function
Windows, Mac OS X
Windows, Mac OS X
Cable Length
6.6 feet
6.5 feet
Spill Resistant
Palm Rest
Whisper-quiet keys, Adjustable dual-zone backlighting, Instant media access, Six programmable G-keys, Game mode switch, USB pass-through, Removable palm rest
USB pass-through, Anti-Ghosting, Full key rollover, Braided cable, Dedicated multimedia controls, AIRCRAFT-GRADE ANODIZED BRUSHED ALUMINUM FRAME, Corsair Utility Engine
What customers say about "Features"
Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Tactile High-Speed Keys
  • Fully programmable, uber functionality, aesthetically pleasing and built to withstand a tank tread! Must have for serious gamers!
  • Even if you're not a PC gamer, the macro buttons can be put to good use for completing repetitive tasks. Combined with hotkeys and/or a good high end gaming mouse, this is definitely a keyboard that will satisfy power users.
  • Loving the volume control wheel. Much better than some of the volume button controls on other mechanical keyboards.
  • Pretty loud. that's to be expected for a mech keyboard but this one was louder than my Max Keyboard with the same cherry brown setup
  • The palm rest was pretty cheap feeling
  • No LED screen which I had been accustomed to over the years
Corsair K70 LUX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Backlit Red
  • Overall Look - this thing is beautiful. It does not scream "gaming" with aggressive logos and screen-printed color. Instead, it is just plane black with a black aluminum plate. It has a professional look, and it wouldn't be out of place in an office.
  • I was also hesitant because my standard K70 with red LED does not require the CUE software to run, it's plug and play.
  • The media keys are in the right spot, the keyboard layout is nice (I have large hands and fingers and this is very comfortable to type on).
  • Very good tactile feedback, and the best response key by key basis. I could say it was a beauty to have and work with. I wished I bought the K70 RGB, but in the end I was pretty satisfied with it. The aluminium body is gorgeous and sturdy, but you would need to clean it on a regular basis.
  • The number keys and others that have a symbol are inverted - the number is at the top of the key, and the symbol at the bottom.
  • I love the keyboard, but the software that runs it and all other Corsair products (Corsair Utility Engine, 'CUE') is a hot mess.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year(s)
2 year(s)
Other Information
229.00 $
119.99 $

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