Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 Reviews

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Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110

  • 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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Buying Questions

  • Is it the right size? For your head and ear?
  • How is the sound clarity?

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.

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  • Review by Jennifer "Nature Mama"

    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. Not everyone has a quality headset or microphone with a built in mute button, so this is priceless for those people and also more convenient for me to push one of these buttons rather than reach up to my head to mute the mic there. The back light turns on and off with a simple tap on the button. No need to open up a configuration program to turn it on and off. Nice. The back light is just the right intensity and the ability to change the colors (pink!) is very cool. The media player buttons are pretty standard on keyboards today, but I do love how they confined them to a small space on the right side of the keyboard so they aren’t dominating my play area on the keyboard like others I have had. The volume wheel is also the best I have ever seen on a keyboard of any kind. I don’t particularly like the volume dials that “click” with every movement because volume control can lack a lot of precision at times. One click can take you from too loud to so quiet you can barely hear it. This volume wheel is very smooth with no clicking and works like a dream. The mute button is also right beside it so you can quickly push it if you are like me and have to keep an ear out for a baby monitor in the evenings. Last but certainly not least, the USB 2.0 and headphone/microphone jacks are absolutely wonderful! I could never go back to a keyboard without at least one USB 2.0 port having so many gaming peripherals and electronic gadgets.

  • Review by R. Campbell "RNCampbell"

    I bought this keyboard right when it came out. The first thing I noticed was the setup is basically like the G19 without the LCD. The build is solid. It is a fairly thin keyboard, compared to the bulkiness that added by keyboards with video panels.


    – no ghosting in the wasd area or one key beside each
    – no ghosting of the arrow keys
    – many configurable buttons
    – macro capability
    – LED backlighting, blue – red and purple tones
    – detachable palm rest
    – USB and Audio jacks


    – LED backlighting must be blue, red, or colors inbetween… no white.
    – Long, might be a few more buttons than I will ever use.

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