Customizable backlighting: We put in red and blue backlighting LEDs and give you control in the Profiler software over how they are mixed together, so your G110’s backlighting can be red, blue, or pretty much any shade of purple you can imagine.
12 programmable G-keys and three M-keys: Give you the power to assign up to 36 single keystrokes, multi-key macros, or intricate LUA scripts. And, using the MR key, you can configure macros on the fly. The Profiler software also allows you to configure each M-key mode to have a different color backlighting, so you can know at a glance what mode you’re in.
Automatic game detection: Lets you create separate custom G-key programming profiles for every game you play.
Game mode switch: Easily disable the Windows and Context Menu keys, so that accidentally pressing them doesn’t kick you out of your game.
Integrated headset support: Works with any standard headphones or headset with 3.5mm plugs, like the Gaming Headset G330, and turns them into a high-quality USB audio device.
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 hub port: Plug your flash drive or favorite gaming mouse into this convenient low-power port.
One USB cable: Unlike other gaming keyboards with these features, the G110 gives you convenient audio jacks and a USB hub port without a tangled mess of cables at the back of your computer. All you need is one available USB port.
Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 features USB audio card
Posted on Thursday, Oct 15 2009 @ 20:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Logitech introduced the Gaming Keyboard G110, this model features an integrated USB audio card, custom-color character backlighting, twelve programmable G-keys, a game mode key to disable Windows/Context menu keys, cable routing to keep mouse, headset, and other cords out of the way, and macro support. The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 will soon debut for $79.99.
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|Re: Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 features USB audio card |
by Anonymous on Friday, Oct 16 2009 @ 03:45 CEST
|When USB 3 gets here all sound cards will be USB based I suspect.|
Strange that Logitech still hasn't created a comfort curve gaming keyboard.