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Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110

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  • Custom-color backlit keys: Personalize your keyboard and easily locate the right keys, even in the dark
  • Integrated USB audio: Headphone and mic jacks let you use your headset for clear communication with teammates
  • 12 programmable G-keys: 3 macros per key make it easy to pre-set up to 36 unique functions per game, including single keystrokes and complex macros
  • High-speed USB 2.0 hub port: Transfer data from flash drives or quickly plug in your gaming mouse
  • Game Mode Switch: Disable the Windows/Context Menu keys so if you accidentally press them you won't get dropped from the game
  • 12 programmable G-keys: Three macros per key make it easy to pre-set up to 36 unique functions per game
  • Game Mode Switch: Disable the Windows/Context Menu keys
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model Number: 920-002232
  • Connectivity Technology: usb
  • Keyboard Description: QWERTY
  • Color: Black
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Product Description

Product Description

Step up your game. With the Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 you can customize backlighting, get clear-sounding USB audio, and assign up to 36 unique keystrokes or macros per game.

From the Manufacturer

The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110. Time to step up your game.

Ready to step up your game? With the Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 on your side, you've got what you need to play faster, better and longer. Designed for serious gamers, this keyboard puts customizable controls right where you need them. Locate the correct keys—even in the dark—with backlighting colors you can select and assign. You also have 12 programmable G-keys to help you execute complex commands more rapidly than your opponents. Whether you're running an epic raid or fragging an enemy soldier, the competition is no match for you and your Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110.

Key Features

Backlit customizable key colors
Leading a late-night raid in the dark? Locate the correct keys without a second thought, thanks to backlit LED characters in assignable custom colors. Set up your keys in shades of red, blue and purple, plus your choice of light intensities.

Headset-ready USB audio
It's a pain hunting for the headphone and microphone jacks behind your computer when you want to use a headset. With the G110, just plug your headset into the keyboard and you'll be strategizing with teammates and trash talking to enemies with crystal clear USB audio.

12 fully programmable G-keys with three macros each
Speed up your response time by pre-setting up to 36 time-slashing commands per game, including single keystrokes or complex macros. Want to add new macros on the fly? The MR key makes it a snap.

High-speed USB 2.0 port

Plug in your flash drive for lightening-fast data transfers or to quickly connect your high-performance gaming mouse.

Handy game mode switch

Never get dropped out of the game because you accidently pressed the Windows/Context menu keys. The game/desktop mode switch disables them instantly so your game won't be interrupted until you're ready to call it quits.

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What's In The Box?

Package Contents
  • Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110
  • Installation CD
  • Quick-start guide
  • 1-year limited hardware warranty

    System Requirements
    Windows-based PC
    Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7

    Mac computer with Intel processor
    Mac OS X 10.4 or later

    Available Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
    20 MB of available hard disk space

  • Product Information

    Product Dimensions 19.5 x 1.5 x 7.2 inches
    Item Weight 3.3 pounds
    Shipping Weight 3.3 pounds
    Item model number 920-002232
    Customer Reviews
    4.1 out of 5 stars 549 customer reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #1,391 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Keyboards
    Date first available at Amazon.com October 15, 2009

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    By Jen VINE VOICE on December 26, 2009
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    I have owned many keyboards over the years and in the past 10 years, they have all been Logitech. I also have the Logitech G11 gaming keyboard which I was using prior to this one. First of all, if you don't need a gaming keyboard, don't buy one. I noticed a few reviews that actually seemed to view this keyboard negatively for having lots of keys they won't use. Doesn't make sense, does it? If you are not a gamer or the idea of macro recording and extra keys doesn't entice you, this is a rather expensive keyboard. You would be much better off getting a wireless Logitech desktop for your non-gaming needs.

    Now, if you ARE a gamer, welcome to heaven!! I absolutely love the softness of the keys on this keyboard. They are quiet and very responsive. The keys are silky smooth and it's just a joy to use. It has taken a bit to get used to the extra keys along the left side as they are so close to the rest of the keys and when not looking, it can be slightly annoying to find where you are on the keyboard. I'm sure this will disappear in a few more days of use though. All of the features on this keyboard are absolutely wonderful and I'm so glad they chose to go with the minimum features needed to enhance your game play and not clutter up the keyboard with a bunch of stuff you do not need.

    The macro keys are awesome. Very easy to use and making new macros on the fly is quick and simple. The windows lock key is invaluable. Why has no one thought of this before?! I can't tell you how many times I've been in a heated PvP battle and accidentally hit my windows key. You know the rest. The headset and microphone mute buttons are also ingenious.
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    I have been testing this keyboard for three weeks now, and I am ready to rate it now. I am typing this review with it.

    For you impatient types, here is your executive review:

    Gaming functions: 5/5
    Key profiler and game scan: 4/5
    Built in audio jack: 5/5
    Built in mic jack: 5/5
    Built in USB port: 2/5
    Built in multimedia controls: 3/5
    Back-lighting: 5/5
    Keyboard as a keyboard: 3/5

    I think, as a gaming keyboard, the features and functions the G110 offers are excellent. The macro and quick key functions are easy to use, either with the macro recorder that is built into the keyboard itself, or the "key profiler" program which is installed with the keyboard. The macros work well, and changing between the three modes of macros is a snap with the M1-M3 keys. You will need (and love) all 3 modes of keys if you are using the keyboard for a complicated RTS or an MMORPG (World of Warcraft, Star Trek Online, Star Wars The Old Republic, etc.). Additionally, you can record macros for ANY program. Just open up the key profiler program, and select the program's EXE file, and give it a name. I assigned some macros for Adobe Premiere and Adobe Photoshop for mundane tasks (that take many menus to do, and don't have convenient hot-keys already) like saving in different formats, and applying the same set of filters, etc. to a file.
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    I first bought the Microsoft Sidewinder X4 from another retailer for my new gaming rig over the Black Friday weekend for $30. The G110 went on sale the next day for $40, and I jumped on the offer since so many of my friends swear by Logitech gaming keyboards and tell me Logitech is better than Microsoft (I myself own 2 Logitech entry level keyboards and the MX 518 mouse, all of which are great quality products for the money). I was expecting to return the X4 and keep the G110. Turns out, a week later, I sold the G110 to my roommate who missed out on the deal, and I'm happily using the X4 as my main keyboard. Most of this review will be comparing the G110 and the X4.

    Looks: This really depends on your personal preference. The G110 appeals to people who don't care about flashy looks on their keyboards. The body is made from a matte grey plastic which safeguards against fingerprints and dust, but IMO it's hardly eye-catching and barely separates this keyboard aesthetically from any of the cheaper Logitech keyboards. The X4, on the other hand, is made mostly of reflective black plastic which looks sleek but easily attracts smudges. The backlighting on both keyboards aren't particularly strong, and you won't be able to really see how colorful they can be until you shut off all the lights in your room. The G110 offers more choices in colors however, letting you choose between 3 color presets (red, blue, and purple) and also allowing you to mix any shade between red and blue. The X4 only has red backlighting, but unlike the G110, it lets you choose the brightness through dimming presets. There were 2 major issues I had with the G110 that weren't in the X4, however. First of all, the backlight spacing underneath the G110 keys seem to be uneven, such that some keys are dimmer than others.
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