Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard Review

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Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard

Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard

Call it old, but the Logitech G110 was built on the backs of giants. First released back in January 2010, Logitech’s entry-level G-series gaming keyboard succeeded the popular G11 and G15. Nowadays, the mechanical keyboard hype has pinched the G110’s aging design, but it has found a new place in an increasingly crowded gaming keyboard market alongside its more expensive siblings, the G19, the G510, and the newly released G710+. No longer a $79.99 premium keyboard, the G110 is now regarded as a budget gaming keyboard. Costing just $59.99 shipped on Amazon or $62.99 shipped on Newegg at the time of writing. Every once in a while you can catch a really good deal on this keyboard as in the past the Logitech G110 could be had for $32 after a rebate! With prices that low it makes this keyboard a safe and inexpensive purchase for the gamer looking too beef up that gaming system with a keyboard that has some pretty decent features. It then comes as no surprise then that the G110 has endured and continues to be relevant.

Logitech G110 Keyboard

The Logitech G110 keyboard has a traditional 104-key layout, which means there is no learning curve that you must master before being able to us it! The G110 has custom-color backlighting that will help you locate the right keys when gaming or typing in the dark. Plus, you can configure up to 12 programmable keys that each support 3 macros, so you have a total of 36 custom key functions that you can program thanks to macros. You also have integrated audio support thanks to separate headphone and mic jacks! Logitech even placed a mute button on the keyboard, but then again the better as this is a gaming keyboard! You should be able to plug in any analog headset with 3.5 mm plugs into the keyboard and begin gaming!

Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard Features and Specifications:

  • 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
  • 1-year warranty

Now that we know the basics of the Logitech G110 keyboard, let’s take a closer look.

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