Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard

Aron Schatz
May 17, 2010
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Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard
The Logitech G110 is a worthy upgrade to the original G11. The keyboard feels great and all the keys work in any operating system.

Page 1: Introduction, About Logitech, Packaging


While we have recently reviewed Logitech's high end gaming keyboard, »the G19, the company has also released an upgrade to the old G11 series that debuted over three years ago. »The G11 came out at nearly the same time as the original G15, sans the LCD screen that made »the G15 a prized keyboard. Fast forward, most people agree that the LCD is mostly a gimmick and relegated to niche uses. The G11 was a great keyboard since the G15 keyboard was excellent as well. After we reviewed the G19, we were a bit skeptical of the keyboard if Logitech went down the same path of using different feeling keys on the G110. Our skepticism was misplaced as Logitech didn't just rip the LCD off the G19 for this incarnation. The G110 is a totally different keyboard.

About Logitech


Focused on innovation and quality, Logitech designs personal peripherals to help people enjoy a better experience with the digital world. We started in 1981 with mice, which (new at the time) provided a more intuitive way of interacting with a personal computer. We became the worldwide leader in computer mice, and have reinvented the mouse in dozens of ways to match the evolving needs of PC and laptop users.

Since those early days, we have expanded our expertise in product design beyond the computer mouse, with a broad portfolio of interface devices that are the “last inch” between you and your computer or your console game, digital music or home-entertainment system.

With products sold in almost every country in the world, Logitech’s leadership in innovation now encompasses a wide variety of personal peripherals (both cordless and corded), with special emphasis on products for PC navigation, gaming, Internet communications, digital music and home-entertainment control.

For each of our product categories, we study how our customers use their digital devices, and then our designers and engineers set their sights on how we can create a better experience with those devices – richer, more comfortable, more fun, more productive, more convenient, more delightful.




Logitech's traditional green with white is replaced by green with black for the gaming model of products. One thing we're not to crazy about is the multilingual box that Logitech uses. We don't fault them specifically for using this type of packaging, but the industry as a whole. Products made for America should be in English (or American, as the Editor-in-Chief likes to call our dialect). The front of the box contains the basics of the product you are buying from the shelf on a store.


The back of the box has some upsale information and shows the multicolor ability of the backlighting inside the keyboard. While the front of the box showed a blue backlight, the back shows a red tint. We'll have more on that later.


The first thing you are presented with upon opening the box is the keyboard itself with plastic protection. It is removed very easily to unpack and go. No zip ties to remove or anything to get in the way.


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