Summary: I have tons of uses for this keyboard. I purchased it with the intent of programming the keys for gaming, but to my surprise I found it even more useful for programming and CLI tasks. Having 12 keys to automate tasks is amazing. I'll never purchase another keyboard without macro keys again. That said, the LED light feature is pretty cool, I like being able to turn off the Windows key, and it is simply a solid feeling, easy to type keyboard.
Excellent keyboard for everyday use, typing, gaming. Great extras & price.
20 April 2014
Summary: Relatively quiet keyboard. Excellent for everyday use, typing, and gaming. Macro keys great for MMO's. Good enough anti-ghosting, not amazing, but i haven't had any key ghosting so far. Not a mechanical keyboard, this is a rubber dome switch keyboard, may be bad or good for you, personally, i dislike mechanical keyboards overall, they are loud (depending on the switch type) and can take more force to press and activate.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard as a gift for my younger brother. He has used it relatively infrequently over the course of ownership (about 2 years) but has always had problems with it. Occasionally it would stop being detected by the software and the lights would stop functioning etc. Eventually it got to the point where the keyboard would stop being detected by the USB ports.
Summary: Looking for keyboards isnt easy, and in many ways, its tedious, as there are so many different kinds that suit the needs of all sorts of different uses. The Logitech G110 falls into this cake of keyboards. This keyboard sports a few features that are pretty awesome, all of which require you to download a driver program, like the changable backlight color (The color the keys glow can be changed to different shades of purple, red, and blue) while also sporting programmable...
Summary: I've had this keyboard for around a year now. I bought it from another retailer which I will not mention, for around 50 dollars. I figured for the price, the feature set this keyboard provides made it a steal. Long story short, it is a steal. Let me just start off by saying that it is indeed a durable, fully functional and relatively modest for it's high end 'gamer' market, keyboard.
Summary: I like this keyboard and would recommend it. I am a programmer and work from home, but I also like to play a good game from time to time. As with any new keyboard, you have to get use to the key layout. I will occasionally hit a macro key by accident when meaning to hit escape for example. The back lighting and media controls are all nice additions. I work at night some, and like to have the lights off, so the back light is really nice for this.
Summary: I don't see a lot of negative reviews for this keyboard but I have had a ton of problems. Logitech tech support is one of the worst in the business. These guys only want to close support tickets and nothing else. I will never buy another Logitech product just based on my experience with this keyboard and trying to get it to work 100% correctly. So far: LGS software doesn't function correctly.
I have never been dissapponted in Logitech until now.
R. Gagnon "the reverend", Amazon
1 February 2013
Summary: I picked this over the Microsoft Sidewinder series mainly for the scrolling volume knob and the back lighting. Right out of the box I was disappointed. About 10 of the keys had faulty back lighting that made only approximately 70% of the letter or number light up. I'm not sure if this was shoddy construction or what. Also, the key tension did not seem to be uniform. Many of the keys were noticeably more stiff than the others. Now for the main reason I returned it.