Summary: The spacebar came with a loud squeak which I thought might go away with use. It only got worse, after about a week and a half the spacebar is completely broken, it's either stuck down to the left or it won't go down properly at all. I'm trying to return this item to Amazon but they say I can only get a refund since the item is out of stock.
Summary: Had this for almost a full year, still going strong. I don't do much gaming, and when I do I don't really see much use for macros in the games I play. That being said, I do work as an AutoCAD designer, and bought these for that purpose. This is where I find these macro keys to be invaluable. I can perform multi-key commands extremely quickly with these. They also are turning out to be useful for my home music studio, where I can automate some functions with these.
If all you need are backlit keys, G110 serves its function.
3 November 2012
Summary: I tried out this keyboard because I needed a backlit keyboard since I usually game into the deep, dark recesses of the night; and was initially disappointed; but I'm loving the keyboard a little more each day as I get used to it. The backlit keys serve their purpose, helping you find your way in the dark...but that's about it. The backlight is extremely dim, nearly invisible in a well-illuminated room.
Summary: I spent a while trying to decide between this and the Microsoft Sidewinder X4. In the end I went with this one and I think it was a good decision. I didn't want to spend a lot on a "gaming" keyboard, but I wanted as many macro keys as possible (for a mix of gaming and programming), and I wanted a keyboard that was backlit. This keyboard fits the bill on both accounts.
Excerpt: I bought this keyboard off of newegg because of the price. I got it for about 40 after mail in rebate and discount promotion. I would not have paid the full 80 dollar price tag for it though, since i'm not a hardcore gamer. i needed a keyboard to satisfy my moderate gaming needs yet still look professional. This keyboard does just that. It is thin and the led back light is configurable. you can have any color from red to blue and a mixture of the two and varying degrees.
Excerpt: I purchased the Logitech G110 keyboard for a very low price (about $30 after a sale and a mail-in rebate) at Fry's Electronics, and I would say it was well worth the price. Unfortunately, this keyboard often tends to retail at about the same price as Logitech's most popular keyboard, the G15. Both these keyboards have their own advantages over the other, so it really comes down to personal preference.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard a little over a month ago, so I have had time to use it before posting this review. I like the gadgets on this keyboard. The features are very useful and all work as advertised. The software is easy to use and creating your own macros for the side keys is straightforward and simple.
Summary: I could easily summarize my thoughts on this keyboard by saying, "This keyboard is awesome. Enough said." But what would be the point of that? Lots of buttons, pretty lights (Oooh... shiny...), and extra buttons for whatever you do. (Macros, keybindings for games, maybe Photoshop. Don't have Photoshop, so I can't say.) Well, on to the details! ==Comfort: 9/10== This is the first time I've had to use a wrist rest. (Luckily it came with one!