It was superseded by a Super version (no idea what was different) and the 110S which had a vastly superior specification. The original 110 has a 27mm f9 zone-focusing lens (only 2 zones), speeds from 10s-1/400s with a CdS meter providing a degree of programmed exposure control; the 110S has a top speed of 1/800s and fully programmed exposure control - best of all, it boasted a much faster and slightly wider 25mm f2.8 with scale focusing.
I don't know anything about the 110 Super, but the Energizer Battery Reference Guide lists it as using TWO AA batteries. It also lists a Autofocus 110 as using TWO AA batteries. I know nothing about that camera either. Maybe these were movie cameras??
It lists the Electro 110 and the Electro 110 Super as both using the K battery (538). It does not list a Electro 110S. This makes me think that the 110S & the 110 Super might be the same thing.
It does list an Electro MS110 camera as using TWO AA batteries, but my understanding is the MS110 is a flash unit that fits into the magi-cube socket -- NOT a camera itself.