Romer-G Switches


    Romer-G switches are mechanical keyboard switches used exclusively on Logitech mechanical keyboards. The Romer-G switch was first unveiled in the Logitech G910 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard back in 2014 as a joint development between Logitech and Omron, which manufactures the Romer-G switch. Compared to the Cherry MX switch, the Logitech Romer-G switch features a shorter travel distance, shorter actuation distance and a light guide in the center of the switch. Logitech Romer-G switches also feature dual actuation contact points making it more accurate and mores durable compared to mechanical switches with a single actuation contact point.



    Common Logitech Romer-G Mechanical Keyboard Switches

    ROMER-G B3K (Omron)

    Actuation Force (g): 45

    Actuation Distance (mm): 1.5

    Full Travel Distance (mm): 3

    Lifespan: 70 Million

    Other Characteristics: Tactile bump

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