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 bought this keyboard in July, almost 3 months to the day of typing this, and I just noticed my Enter key beside the numeric pad is no longer working. I've tried using it with multiple applications, restarted the key profiler it comes with, and yes, even unplugged it and plugged it back in. Nothing. Strangely enough, the button does work on my roommate's PC laptop, but not on my mac.
Summary: I've never written a review before and felt I should write one about this keyboard. I feel that this keyboard could have massive potential at the price it asks for if it was not so defective. The keyboard I purchased when plugged in, the 't', 'c', and 'z' keys do not respond at all no matter how many times customer support tried to help me and I plugged it into multiple computers with different OS's.
Summary: While its built well and operates properly, the ergonomics of the keyboard feel poor. The layout of the keys, while qwerty, make it difficult to find the keys I'm looking for. The buttons are small and have to be depressed more deeply than other keyboards making it difficult for your fingers to dance across the keys. And none of the color options for lighting the keys seem to illuminate them well.
Summary: keyboard music controls fade away as soon as you are ingame. the reason why I returned my windows sidewinderx6 was because of that. it seems no matter what keyboard I try from logitech this is one issue they all seem to have in common not even the mute button works in game! 3rd keyboard and still the same freaking issue I cannot believe this.
Summary: I first bought the Microsoft Sidewinder X4 from another retailer for my new gaming rig over the Black Friday weekend for $30. The G110 went on sale the next day for $40, and I jumped on the offer since so many of my friends swear by Logitech gaming keyboards and tell me Logitech is better than Microsoft (I myself own 2 Logitech entry level keyboards and the MX 518 mouse, all of which are great quality products for the money).
Summary: I was not impressed with this keyboard. The backlighting is far too dim as others have noted (regardless of what color I chose). There is not enough incline either, so to really see the lighted keys you have to practically look directly down over the keyboard; not the most ergonomic posture. It is also flimsy construction. It reminds me of the basic Dell keyboards with very lightweight, flexible plastic.
Summary: This keyboard has some handy features which I'm probably never going to use, but my main problem with it is; 1. The back lighting is poor, even with the lights off it can be hard to see the keys if your monitor is bright, unless you are sitting right over you keyboard. 2. The keyboard sits flat, even with the little feet out it only raises the back about 1cm. I consider it a downgrade from my old Saitek Eclipse II.
Summary: Ganz schick, aber.....ersma hatte die englisches Layout was mich zwar nicht weiter stört, aber vielleicht störts Andere? Viel zu leicht das Plastikbrett und klappert ganz schön. Also für mich nicht so richtig fein, den ganzen Gamingspielkram brauch ich nicht. Also hat Sie mein Junior gekriegt, mal sehen wie der Härtetest ausgeht!
Summary: Die Tastatur an sich ist ein super Produkt. Mittlerweile leider nicht mehr so ohne weiteres erhältlich. Das hier bestellte Exemplar hatte ein franz. (oder belgisches) Layout. Nach dem Zurückschicken habe ich ein weiteres Gerät bestellt, welches wieder das falsche Layout hatte. In der Produktbeschreibung steht QWERTZ, auch die Verpackung ist per Barcode so gelabelt (überklebt). Sehr enttäuschend.