Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless HTPC keyboard review -
Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard
Meet the Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard
So here we have the product as torn out of the packaging. Very simple stuff really, you'll spot the Wireless Keyboard, batteries, RF USB dongle and a manual.
The keyboard is packaged in a plastic bag. As you can see the keyboard comes in the QWERTY flavor. Along with the cutest tiny little Wireless dongle (2400 MHz), two AA batteries and a manual. Currently only a black version is available on the market.
- Brushed aluminum with diamond cut edges
- 2.4GHz RF wireless technology - up to 10 meters (30 feet) operating distance
- Laser trackball with adjustable resolution (400/800/1200 dpi)?
- Power saving management - power saving mode with on/off switch
- Integrated mouse left / right keys and scroll wheel
- 7 Hotkeys - Home + Email + Search + Volume up + Volume down + Mute+ Play/Pause
- Windows MCE remote control?
- SCISSORS?key switch technology - comfortable & responsive typing experience with 10 million keystroke lifespan
- Two handed grips
- Extended wrist rest
- Zero degree angle?
- Flat key caps - shorten key travel distance and reduce the finger pressure
- Windows Vista support - Integrated Windows Vista Start Button
As stated it is a standard QWERTY design with that laptop feel and style micro-switched keys. In the upper right corner you'll spot a trackball and buttons and a scroll wheel in the left top corners. Style wise the keyboard has flat and nice rounded edges, color wise this is a black design (my preference). The keyboard is not too lightweight / plastic (800gs /1.77lbs), instead it feels very solid and sturdy to work with as it is made in the case of rough metal and aluminum. Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard has dimensions of 319?~193x33 mm.
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