Enermax Aurora Lite Keyboard Review

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Enermax Aurora Keyboard Review

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The packaging is fairly simple, just showing the keyboard off which is as much as can be done.

Whereas the Acrylux was a piano black affair, the Aurora has the same basic design but with a very classy brushed aluminium finish. This certainly looks like it should cost much more than the £30 asking price.

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As well as getting the keyboard the only accessory in the package is the biggest cleaning cloth we've ever seen. It's so large it can double as a dust guard for the keyboard. A nice touch that doesn't raise the price.

At either end of the very low-profile design we have a USB 2.0 port which is always handy. The Aurora only uses a single USB to draw power, so you probably couldn't run anything mental off of it, but for just sticking a USB stick in it's more than enough.

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The Aurora is a very attractive looking keyboard. We have the fairly standard short left-shift key, but otherwise the left hand side of the Aurora is exactly what you'd expect. 

Enermax Aurora Keyboard Review     Enermax Aurora Keyboard Review  

Something that varies wildly between different designs is the right-shift/Return/backspace sizing. Thankfully the Aurora has what we'd consider to be the "norm" for UK layouts, so it's easy to get right up to speed with it.

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05-01-2012, 06:48:51

tinytomlogan


Following the success of the Acrylux, we take a look at another keyboard from Enermax, the Aurora.

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05-01-2012, 07:05:41

fanniseed
I have Enermax Aurora Lite Black Keyboard in my list, $75AU down here.

05-01-2012, 14:30:39

CocaCola
Very cool keyboard. It's one of the thinner ones I've seen in a long time. A big thank you to Bryan for the review.

06-01-2012, 03:46:42

CloneageDK
I've used this keyboard, well one that's just called Aurora (no Lite), for quite a while and I'm very pleased with it.

I have one at work and one at home and I can't imagine using any other keyboard. It's simply excellent!

In other words, I agree with this review ^^
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