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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|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 19.5 x 7.25 in||6.6 x 18.9 x 1.4 in||1.97 x 20.63 x 6.26 in||9 x 20.7 x 2.4 in||1.46 x 10.4 x 8.6 in||9.92 x 20.51 x 1.65 in|
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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.
Backlit customizable key colors
Headset-ready USB audio
12 fully programmable G-keys with three macros each
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What's In The Box?Package Contents
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
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I rarely use the USB port but it has been useful to have when I wanted to charge something and keep it within reach of me.
This keyboard is huge, it's roughly 20 inches long and the keys can be hard to pop and clean.
When it comes to the colors, you are going to choose between three colors, blue, red, and purple. No green, or yellow, or anything in between, this is not an RBG keyboard. And the backlight is not bright. During the night, if you are using the blue or purple backlight, you will barely be able to see the keys. Keyboards today are much brighter than this one.
This keyboard has lasted me this long but is now I feel like its dying on me. These past few weeks the keyboard would remain lite but it would stop typing, and replugging it would fix it... until the next time it stops working. The lights are very dim and hard to see at night. It is now time for me to look for a replacement. I would buy this keyboard again if it were not for the increase in price, since the only feature I will miss the most are no longer found in new Logitech keyboards, which is the headphone AND microphone inputs built in. But this keyboard has been great for the six years I've had it.
If you have been using a standard spaced keyboard, this keyboard definitely requires an adjustment period. In order to fit all of the extra hot keys, the regular keys are a bit smaller and closer together than a standard keyboard. Typing on this thing at first resulted in a lot of errors. I would lose my place a lot and miss letters here and there. I would say that after a week or so, my muscle memory adjusted to the spacing of this keyboard and it became a non issue.
The keys are relatively quiet, though still distinctly audible. Its not whisper quiet like keyboards made for that purpose, but its not nearly as loud as a regular keyboard. I also like the finish on the keys, its smooth and feels a bit softer to the touch than most keyboards.
This keyboard does not require software as its plug n play, but if you have the Logitech G software installed (I do because I have a G35 headset and a logitech mouse), you can adjust some of the settings of this keyboard through the software. One feature I really like is the ability to tailor the backlight to your preference from a spectrum of red to blue. The darkest blue is a little more dim than the darkest red, but I think the blue looks much cooler. Neat little feature though for those who are into their PC hardware aesthetics, you can match the keyboard to your other components if they have red or blue LEDs and such.
I took a star away for a few minor issues. The first is that I find the shift key to be sort of finicky. For those of you who play a lot of First Person Shooters, you know the importance of a good shift key as its usually used for sprinting. I play primarily BF3 and BF4 with this keyboard, and I sometimes have issues where I press down the shift key and hold it to sprint, but the key "unpresses" while I am still holding the key down. I've found that you really have to hold the shift key down with pressure to get it to stay. I would say much like the spacing of the keys, I got used to this in about a week, but I've had the keyboard for a year and a half and the issue still crops up here and there. I have a friend who has this keyboard too and he also mentioned the same issue. It wouldn't be that big of a deal, but in a standard WASD keyboard setup for FPS games you use your left pinky finger for shift sprinting, so you could imagine that having to put extra pressure with your pinky can take some getting used to.
The second issue is with the hot keys or "G keys". I thought I would find them really useful in games, but I actually haven't used them at all. You can set them to commands in the software as it recognizes certain games (like BF3 for example), but I found that with the altered, smaller spacing of the keys already creating a challenge, I found it extremely difficult to use any of the hot keys to the left and then find my way back to WASD without having to look down. Also, if you accidently press one of the G keys outside of a game, it sometimes results in wacky occurences like your window closing or it bringing up control panel. I would have actually preferred the feel and responsiveness of this keyboard with a regular, standard layout without the extra G keys. I just didn't find them useful, but some might. I'm not an MMO player or anything like that, but perhaps for those types of gamers its a great feature.
Overall I would highly recommend this keyboard, but with the caveat that it will require about a one week adjustment period to the tighter spacing of the keys. Otherwise, performs great and looks sweet with the backlit keys.
Edit: Just over two years of use and this keyboard has crapped out. It started pressing random keys while plugged it, rendering it useless. Called Logitech support and they weren't willing to do anything about it since it was out of warranty, not even a coupon or something towards another Logitech keyboard, just a "sorry, its out of warranty". I remember a time when Logitech would replace a defective device regardless of how long it had been since you bought it, I one had them replace a mouse I had owned for several years after it gave up the ghost. I guess those Logitech days are gone.
Going to look into a mechanical keyboard next, and something other than Logitech. Honestly if you are going to spend over $50 on a gaming keyboard, you might as well spend a bit more and get an entry level mechanical.
The keyboard has rattles that my previous keyboard (Logitech K120) didn't.
The left side has 12 function keys which are not numbered like the old IBM function keys (which had F1 and F2 as the top two keys) instead has the function keys in two columns (G1 - G6 in one column, and G7-G12 in the second column). They come pre-configured to mimic the F1-F12 keys across the top.
They don't have any printed documentation for the keyboard, but you can download the app off their website to control configure the keyboard. the app is very elaborate and completely graphically oriented. What it lacks is a "what is this" option since they don't describe everything (even in the help file of the app). The config app is apparently for all their gamer keyboards, and has numerous references for if your keyboard doesn't have this feature, ignore it. One would think they could have separate help files for each keyboard.
It has three profiles that can be switched easily between the M1, M2, M3 keys and that changes the definitions, backlighting, etc.
There are a ton of profiles for all the popular PC games out on the market or you can make your own profile.
There is a slider switch to the right of the MR key that I can't find out how or what it does...
The backlighting is very dim, and although you can change the color, you can't change the intensity. The documentation says something about a timeout that lets the keyboard backlight go to sleep after inactivity but I can't find it on the config program. It isn't bright enough to really be of use in daylight, or a decently lit office. The old K120 letters are much easier to read than the G110 keyboard. The type size of the letters is smaller than the K120 as well. I'll admit I am over 50, and my eyesight isn't as good as it was when I was 20, but this could be better. The < and > keys are way too small, and look like dots on the top of the keys.
Fortunately, I am a touch typist (for the most part) and my fingers know where the keys are (at least on most Logitech keyboards) so as long as I start in the right position, the text comes up right. This keyboard seems to be missing the touch typist bumps on the keys to let your fingers Braille the right positions, so I sometimes start off wrong and type garbage before I see the screen output. I have not yet gotten "trained" on this keyboard but after a week, I am getting better.
I reprogrammed the G keys to CTRL+SHIFT+F so that I could map each G key to something unique in my program. So, if you didn't have a G110 keyboard, a user could use CTRL+SHIFT+F1 instead of the G1 key.
So, Logitech needs to:
Make the illumination brighter (or user selective)
Improve documentation (add what is this, and how do I use it to their app)
add downloadable PDF doc files for the keyboard.
describe what the slide switch does.
quiet down the loose rattles in the keyboard.
Add the touch typing bumps back.
I am not sure if this keyboard is worth 8x the price of my K120 keyboard, but it may work for what I am trying to use it for.
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