Enermax Acrylux Keyboard Review

Introduction, Tech Specs and Packaging

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard Review

Introduction

We've seen a whole array of keyboards come across our desks. Most of the ones that we see are of the old-school style that have a beautiful tactile feel when pressing the key.

However we know that many people, ourselves included, have spent so much time typing on either laptops, or laptop style keyboards that the flatter, quieter, scissor keyboards have an enormous following.

With this in mind we take a look today at the Acrylux keyboard from Enermax. A winner of a design award and in piano black it's guaranteed to be a looker, but how does it perform?

Technical Specifications

Whilst keyboards don't have the lengthy specifications that we normally see at this point in our reviews, nonetheless it's nice to see the Acrylux at least has some specs, which is more than many we see.

Material Reinforced acryl & plastic
Connectivity USB 2.0
USB Hub
2 x ports USB 2.0
Key Stroke Patented „Scissors“ technology
Key Zones 3 (full-size layout)
Available Keyboard Layouts
US, UK & DE
Power Source USB power (+5V)
Colour Black
Dimensions L 460 x D 160 x H 9.2 mm
Weight 873g


Packaging

The box that the Acrylux comes in gives you a taster of what is to come by being sleek and minimalist. Enermax deservedly show the award that the keyboard received for design, and as we'll see on the next page it was one well deserved.

Enermax Acrylux Keyboard Review     Enermax Acrylux Keyboard Review

So what's in the box? Read on.

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Most Recent Comments

27-05-2011, 05:30:18

tinytomlogan
Today we take a look at a laptop-style keyboard from Enermax, the Acrylux.



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27-05-2011, 06:18:47

dugdiamond
very sleek

27-05-2011, 06:52:51

SieB
This is one of the few keyboards I would part from my beloved 3 year old 2.50 HP one for that I got from a charity shop and went back to using even though I had a Steelseries Shift.

27-05-2011, 09:09:55

THD
Thanks for the review, nice KB.

If you like full size KB with the laptop feel and the nice piano black then a good alternative is the Fujitsu KB Slim MF which has a nice blue led (to bad keys dont have led)

(http://www.izideal.co.uk/p6789026/fujitsu-siemens-kb-slim-mf-piano-gb/)

I'v been using this KB for over a year now and use it at home and at the office and it stays nice, just wipe it once a week and it looks like new.

27-05-2011, 12:09:05

piotrekhc
great looking keyboard but price is quite steep.

27-05-2011, 20:18:28

badtaylorx
its pretty but ill stick to my MS Arc thanx
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