Excerpt: The Logitech G110 Keyboard is an average keyboard. The keys are great and the option to choose what back-light color is a nice addition. The G-Keys on the left of the keyboard are also a great addition to the keyboard. These G-Keys enable users to set macros to a single key. It's great for macroing. The keyboard is also great in build quality. However, the palm rest for the keyboard is cheap.
Pros: Smooth, ergonomic, quiet & sharp looking. USB & audio ports a plus
Cons: Flimsy wrist rest (is hollow plastic snap-on piece). Back-lighting doesn't stay on when I use on my Windows 7 64 bit PC. All the right troubleshooting hasn't fixed it. I believe it's a driver problem or Microsoft/Logitech bumping heads.
Excerpt: "Logitech Keyboard G110 is a very good choice. The usb port is very usefull, because you don't need to buy additional usb cables to have a port on you desk. Its in the back of the keyboard. The buttons are pressed very slightly. I didn't like the buttons on the left though. I am adapted to classic keyboards and don't like the buttons that I use not so often in the area where my hand is resting. Color of the keyboard is good, and the glowing is very ...
Pros: * USB on the keyboard * Nice positioning of buttons
Summary: I wanted a laptop that was backlit and this seemed a good option, I purchased in December 2011 so it's been a good 18 months. The first year or so of use, I really couldn't fault the keyboard; keys feel really nice, ease of typing is... easy. backlight works well, decent colour options (then again who really cares as long as you can see it at night) Then the problems began... And by began, I basically mean after about a year of use, the backlighting just failed.
Summary: Good: - keys are sturdy enough in an old fashioned way - Windows key can be switched off - function keys in a traditional grouped-by-four configuration - keys are back-lit Bad: - multimedia keys don't work (proprietary software installed) - G keys are utterly useless, the keyboard would be much etter without them and with keys of standard width - keys are not back-lit enough - even with raisers up the keyboard is still flat on the table
Summary: The actual design of the keyboard is very good. Very nice feel to the keyboard very responsive. Only problem is the keyboard would cause my computer to crash on start up. Turns out the drivers are not compatible with my computer.
Summary: I expected this to work with Win8, also I understood that any colors could be used, but sadly it displays only in 40 shades of reds and blues or a mix of both, I needed white. Verry sturdy and solid.
Summary: Bought this after much deliberation over what to replace my Saitek Eclipse 2 with. My criteria... * I didn't wan't a moulded wrist rest (ala sidewinder) * I wanted backlit keys for easier use at night My first impressions were not good, like other reviewers have pointed out the keys are small. For a gaming keyboard I find this strange, like some awful assumption was made that gamers all have small hands. As for the backlit keys?
Summary: I bought this keyboard in the hope that I could combine a great gaming keyboard with a great typing keyboard (I'm a programmer). This has turned out to be Almost the case. First the good. The macro keys are good and easy to set up and use for quick gaming situations and repetitive tasks. The windows disable key is great and I love the volume slider(?).