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Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard


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  • Custom-colour character backlighting* lets you easily locate the correct keys, even in the dark
  • Integrated USB audio with separate headphone and Microphone jacks and mute buttons
  • Twelve programmable G-keys
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 hub port
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard + Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse + SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad (Black)
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight998 g
Product Dimensions52.8 x 22.7 x 6.1 cm
Item model number920-002241
Hardware PlatformAccessory
  
Additional Information
ASINB002ZLQ82G
Best Sellers Rank 31,198 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available31 Dec 2009
  
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Ready to step up your game? The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 gives you what you need to customise your setup, communicate more effectively and execute complex commands easily. Locate the correct keys – even in the dark – with backlighting colours you can select and assign*. Strategise with teammates and trash-talk enemies using the integrated USB audio. Configure up to 36 single keypresses or complex macros per game on the programmable G-keys. Use the MR key to record new macros on the fly*. Connect your gaming mouse or flash drive to the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 hub port. Disable the Windows/Context Menu keys with the game/desktop mode switch. Your game won't be interrupted until you're ready to call it quits. * Requires software installation.

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Ready to step up your game? The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 gives you what you need to customise your setup, communicate more effectively and execute complex commands easily. Locate the correct keys – even in the dark – with backlighting colours you can select and assign*. Strategise with teammates and trash-talk enemies using the integrated USB audio. Configure up to 36 single keypresses or complex macros per game on the programmable G-keys. Use the MR key to record new macros on the fly*. Connect your gaming mouse or flash drive to the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 hub port. Disable the Windows/Context Menu keys with the game/desktop mode switch. Your game won't be interrupted until you're ready to call it quits. * Requires software installation.

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C Anderson on 14 Sep 2010
The most important thing I think you need to know about this keyboard is that the keys are smaller and closer together than usual. This is because, while keeping to the standard qwerty board size, Logitech have added twelve programmable buttons to the left of the main layout. I thought this would be a stumbling block for me; when I first started using it I was always holding the wrong button down to use a "Ctrl" combination. However, three weeks in I hardly notice the difference, and I'm certainly no great typist.

The keyboard illumination can be switched three different colours, which are also effectively "modes". This simply means that you can program the keys differently each time, say one for flight simulators, one for online etc. For me at least, the pros greatly outweigh the cons. Being a fan of flight simulators, I always seem to run out of keys to bind controls to, so the twelve keys are a great help when the game engine seems to have taken all the "normal" keys up. The keys themselves are comfortable to use with just the right level of resistance.

There is also a built in sound card and usb port which I thought I'd never use, but if I'm listening to music over, say, playing a strategy game, I have found myself controlling the volume with the wheel on the board without having to flick to desktop, so I can hardly complain!

In short then, top notch gaming board that while a little expensive, is in my humble opinion money very well spent.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Seraph on 9 Jun 2011
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I bought this keyboard in the hope that I could combine a great gaming keyboard with a great typing keyboard (I'm a programmer). This has turned out to be Almost the case.

First the good. The macro keys are good and easy to set up and use for quick gaming situations and repetitive tasks. The windows disable key is great and I love the volume slider(?). The ability to plug a headset and a mouse into it, and the extra long cable are awesome when playing using my tv as a monitor and the media controls are useful.

Now the not so good. The macro keys are placed in such a way that you will have to overcome some pretty ingrained habits if you're a typist, like feeling out the control button in the bottom left corner for example, you'll end up hitting the macro key quite a lot. I've had this keyboard for over 6 months now and I'm still not used to it. It is also at too shallow an angle and will need to be propped up with a couple of books or something.

I also found that when typing on it for long periods of time that it would become unresponsive and drop characters. When I use my mac keyboard with my (windows 7 64- bit) pc, I don't have the same problems so it's either a problem with the hardware or the drivers but it makes it almost unusable for typing. This is a real shame as it really is quite nice to use once you get going on it.

Overall it seems like it might be one of the best gaming keyboards out there but as I said, it's not perfect
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dave -=ChAoS=- [Gamer] on 10 May 2010
Altho this is a gaming keyboard i really just bought it to finish my new desk layout. As i also bought the exellent g13, I really didn't need any lcd type gadgets on it so the keyboard really is just for typing and the odd ingame message, most of which i assigned to the macro keys on the left hand side. Yes the feet do not raise it much but that doesn't bother me and as others have said the backlighting isn't as bright as it could be but again not a problem in my opinion.

I find it nice to type on and even the mrs has commented on the quietness of the keys compared to my old standard keyboard (i do tend to hit them a bit) and i found the key layout (size/spacing) easy to adjust to maybe because they are similar to what i was used, whatever, again a plus for me.

I haven't tried the head phone socket as i already use a logitech usb headset for teamspeak but the windows key which was easy to move on my board was also a bonus when in game when i do need to type an in game message and im fumbling around the keys. If only they did the same for caps lock !!!

All in all i have no complaints, it feels good and sturdy to me and i find the scroll volume and media keys usefull when not gaming. As far as im concerned its a great keyboard and i'm pleased i chose it.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Collins on 28 April 2010
This is a reasonable gaming keyboard for those who don't need the LCD of the G19. With programmable keys, color backlighting, and USB headset emulation, you get a functional gaming keyboard for the money.

As there are plently of reviews about this keyboard's features and strong points, I felt inclined to tell you about the out-of-the-box impression and negative points as well:

I got the G110 to replace my Saitek Eclipse II gaming keyboard, and was very surprised to find that the G110 was not better - my expectations were set high especially as Logitech products usually get very good reviews.

My initial out-of-the-box impression was that the G110 looked cheap and plasticy in comparison to gaming keyboards around the same price bracket.

The G110 is not very solid to hold or type on; I'm not sure it will last me very long knowing that this keyboard will get a lot of hard use during my game playing. It's not that heavy either; so it moves about when I'm typing if the surface is slightly uneven as my desk is.

The G110 keys are compact and close to each together (the added G keys make it worse); it feels cramped and I'm mis-typing a lot as I type this review. I'll probably get used to it.

The G110 key backlighting is not really bright enough; unless you pick a very bright colour like red or your room is very dark.

The G110 keyboard tilt feet are not long enough to raise the back of the keyboard to make much difference to the angle; it feels flat even with the feet down.

The G110 Windows-key disable switch is useful to have but it's very stiff to move; to the point that the effort needed to move the switch makes the keyboard move as well.
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