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: Overall, I really wanted to keep this keyboard - the feel is amazing, backlighting is excellent, and overall felt like a great purchase. However, the reason I bought this keyboard was for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (needed a backlit keyboard for night games and wanted better feel). It doesn't work - I get stuck in walk mode and I can't get rid of it. Tapping shift, holding shift, jumping, trying to crouch, cycling between toggle and hold modes don't help.
Summary: I had acquired one of these G110s as a gift after friends became aware that my Razer Tarantula had suffered significant abuse over the last 5 or so years, with the WASD key membranes all nearly destroyed from heavy gaming. When it arrived I was pleased with the packaging as it showed no signs of damage in transit.
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 am very pleased with this keyboard when it decides to function properly. However, this is only 90% of the time. At least once or twice a week it stops registering key presses and WONT WORK AGAIN UNTIL I RESTART MY COMPUTER. Thats right, I cant even simply unplug and plug it back in to fix this issue. There are preset modes at the top left that usually let you switch between hotkey setups.
Summary: I am a pretty heavy FPS (and recently Starcraft 2) gamer and I bought this keyboard to go with my new gaming rig I just built for Battlefield 3. I really like the backlit keys but typing on this keyboard feels cramped and angled funnily. I thought it may have been because I'm approaching it off-center because of the macro keys, but shifting the keyboard position around on the desk has fixed nothing.
Summary: The mic and headphone jacks do nothing. Headphones work when used in PC itself when a Realtek window pops up. No such window appears on the keybaord. NO DETAILS about this AT ALL in the help files: the whole area is missed out by Logitech. Planning to take the keyboard back as not doing what it says it will on the box. This stuff should just work by now on modern kit with these expensive keyboards or at the least there should be proper help files with screenshots.