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Enermax would probably not be the first company that comes to mind when in the market for a new keyboard; it is better known for its power supplies than input peripherals - but since when did that stop anyone? Corsair, OCZ, GIGABYTE, all branching out to create a brand identity and not just singular products. The Aurora Lite Keyboard is a little different from many of the other reviews we tend to do. It has no real special features, no half-baked software to contend with, no media keys, no flashy lights, and gaming is an afterthought. This is a rather minimalist piece of equipment designed to do one thing (maybe two). It's designed for typing and looking stylish while you're doing it, and sometimes that's all you need (and want). It's not a cheap keyboard by any stretch, considering what it offers. Why spend $60-$70 on a keyboard when one can be obtained that does the same thing for $10? That is for readers to decide, with a gentle prod from this here review. Style and function were at the forefront of the Aurora Lite - a slimmed down version of the Aurora keyboard released in 2006. It's a very thin, low slant, very heavy, brushed aluminum keyboard with a glossy black ABS plastic back.
By MaximumPC, published 27-10-2011
Can't get enough brushed aluminum in your daily life? You're in luck because it just so happens Enermax is interested in catering to your fetish with a pair of peripherals that should serve as nice complements to your brushed aluminum desktop tower or notebook PC. The first is the Aurora Lite RF Wireless Keyboard (KB010W-B) and the second is a portable 3.5-inch hard drive enclosure Enermax oddly c...
By TechwareLabs, published 19-08-2011