Logitech unveils G110 gaming keyboard

By on October 15, 2009, 12:55 PM
Logitech has introduced its G110 gaming keyboard, a follow up to the widely popular G11. As you might expect, the G110 is outfitted with just about everything a gamer could possibly want in a keyboard, from custom key backlighting and an integrated soundcard, to a cluster of gaming shortcuts and macro buttons.

The keyboard allows you to toggle between both red and blue backlighting -- or even mix them to create virtually any shade of purple. You can connect any standard 3.5mm headset to the keyboard, as well as one USB device (a mouse or flash drive for instance). The G110 features 12 programmable G-keys and three M-keys that provide up to 36 single keystrokes, multi-key macros, or intricate LUA scripts.

Macros can be configured on the fly, and each M-key mode can have a different color backlight. The keyboard automatically detects games and allows you to create custom G-key profiles for every game you own, and you can quickly disable the Windows and Context Menu keys so you don't accidentally press them while playing.

The Logitech G110 is compatible with both Macs and PCs, and connects via one USB cable. It is currently shipping to US customers for $80, and folks in EMEA will have to wait until January.




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Reloader2 said:

Damn that's a hot keyboard!

Guest said:

Integrated soundcard?

Darth Shiv Darth Shiv said:

Odd... I can't imagine gamers wanting to use sound integrated on a keyboard. Seems like a bit of a waste.

Eddie_42 Eddie_42 said:

Sound cards are old hash anymore. There is nothing fancy in one and they can be quite small and compact.

I probably wouldn't hook a full fledged sound system to it, but for headphones.....its great.

tengeta tengeta said:

Thank god, the blue is back... looks a little compact though.

Tekkaraiden Tekkaraiden said:

Looks pretty good.

Zeromus said:

Omg, it's actually a keyboard!

Alex Atkin UK said:

Shame the G keys are on the left again as I found that completely unusable as it pushes the rest of the keyboard too far right. I kept hitting the wrong keys when typing no matter how much I tried to adjust the keyboard or my position in front of it.

It also makes the keyboard too wide so the mouse is too far to the right, actually makes gaming more awkward for me.

Tehoste Tehoste said:

I can't wait to get one. I need a proper keyboard, I've had this really crappy $20 Fatal1ty keyboard for the longest time...

Guest said:

Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard is not so much good looking s gaming keyboard. But it is really light and handy gaming keyboard. It looks quite similar to the Logitech G11, and the most interesting thing is its 12 programmable gaming keys. See its full review here http://www.techarena.in/review/27810-logitech-g110-gaming-ke
board-review.htm , overall quite fine gaming keyboard, but its doesn't suits with high gaming systems.

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