Logitech have been busy revamping their gaming range lately, what with the new flagship G19 keyboard, the G27 wheel, the G9x and G500 mice and two headsets in the shape of the G17 and G330. Now there’s another new gaming peripheral to tempt us to part with our cash in the form of the new Logitech G110 keyboard.
The Logitech G110 is a cheaper keyboard than the mighty G19, but still boasts an impressive array of gaming features. The programmable G-keys are present, all twelve of them, with three sets of macros available through the M keys. That’s a maximum of 36 macros you can have programmed into your keyboard, which should be enough for anyone. There’s even a key to record macros on-the-fly (the MR key, if you’re wondering).
The G110 is also a colourful thing, keeping up with the craze of colourful LED lighting in gaming peripherals. The lighting on the G110 isn’t quite as flexible as keyboards such as the Saitek Cyborg, but it does allow you to choose blue, red or any shade of purple inbetween. The colour affects all keys (except the M keys) and a clever feature allows you to associate a particular colour to each of the M keys, giving you a visual clue as to which of the profiles is active.
Connectivity is improved with a USB 2.0 hub and sockets for a headset and microphone. There are also a couple of buttons on the keyboard for muting the headset and microphone.
The Logitech G110 is available now at a retail of $79 but discounts are available if you shop around.