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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. The G110 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, also is compatible with both Macs and PCs.
Dedicated macro keys.
Onboard USB audio device.
Convenient media keys.
Fairly balanced set of features.
Intuitive creation of powerful macros.
Gaming Mode switch disables the Windows key.
Sensible keyboard layout with media controls.
Built-in USB audio for headsets.
Connected by a single USB cable.
Backlighting is brighter than the G1.
Cheap polydome switches.
Mediocre build quality.
Has the tactile feel of an entry-level keyboard.
Custom backlighting limited to shades of blue and red.
Hole in numpad creates a backlighting hot zone.
By Legit Reviews on December 15, 2012
Despite its age and strong competition, the Logitech G110 remains a viable option for the gaming keyboard shopper on a modest budget....
By TechTree on July 07, 2011
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By Tech Olive on November 22, 2010
Logitech has been — and still is — a solid choice for computer peripherals and accessories. We even went as far as saying that their G19 was “the highest stage of evolution currently on the market for gaming keyboards” in our...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
It's basically a G15v1 without the LCD...
By Everything USB on April 19, 2010
Logitech's G110 is a worthy successor to the G11 keyboard for macro junkies who don't have a need for an LCD display but want all the other frills gaming keyboards have to offer. The only disappointment to be had is that by the omission of a...
By 3DXtreme on April 18, 2010
The Logitech G110 is another great product in an ever increasing product line. I’ve seen the G110 selling online for about $65, MSRP is about $80. The G110 is a little more affordable than the G15 series from Logitech but delivers some very useful...
By Trusted Reviews on April 07, 2010
The mark of a good keyboard - like a good butler - is that you shouldn't notice its presence. It may be the main intermediary between PC and user, but generally it's only when something goes awry that a keyboard gets noticed - often right...
By HEXUS.net on March 22, 2010
Before we begin the review of Logitech’s latest middle of the range G110 keyboard, it’s worth noting that I have never reviewed any of the company’s previous keyboards so won’t be making comparisons. The G110 is Logtiech's...
By HardwareHeaven on February 10, 2010
As a replacement to the popular G11 keyboard, the G110 comes in at the bottom of Logitech's gaming keyboard range. It boasts a number of decent features; the macro buttons offer a good level of configuration and the built-in USB audio offers a...
By Gaming Nexus on January 26, 2010
As one who uses Logitech keyboards, I never did review the G11 from Logitech but it was pretty much the G15 sans LCD screen. Well, the G11 was getting long in the tooth and it's time to put it to rest with a successor. In comes the G110 that takes...
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