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Enermax, as the name suggests, is a company mainly remembered for their magnificent power supplies, though they have been attempting to branch out into other areas, such as cases and peripherals. Enermax has put their time and and effort into designing a keyboard that is affordable for the every day person, yet good enough for the every day enthusiast. Today, we’ll be looking at just that. The Enermax Aurora Micro, an unusually sturdy compact keyboard. Let’s see if this is a mighty mite, or just shrimpy. The packaging is fairly minimal, with a profile shot of the keyboard front and center, and the keyboard itself peeking out to the left side, underneath a plastic shell. The back of the box goes into detail about all the features offered, in as many languages as they can cram on. The keyboard itself is black anodized aluminum, with a silver accent strip along the top and silver Enermax logo in the upper left corner. The keycaps are matte black plastic, with what Enermax claims to be “Everlasting key top printing”.
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