Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard Review

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Introduction

Enermax is one of the most famous power supply manufacturers, but what most people don’t know is that they also manufacture high-end keyboards. Today we are going to take a look at their new Aurora Micro Wireless, a small wireless aluminum keyboard with an embedded laser trackball, scroll wheel and multimedia buttons, targeted to home theater PCs (HTPCs) and video game consoles like the Playstation 3. Let’s see if this keyboard is a really good product or not.

Besides Aurora Micro Wireless, Enermax also has other high-end keyboards: Aurora Micro, which has the same size of Aurora Micro Wireless but isn’t a wireless product and doesn’t come with the embedded laser trackball but has two USB 2.0 ports; Aurora Premium, which is an aluminum standard-sized keyboard; and Caesar, which is an aluminum standard-sized keyboard with a more aggressive looks with the addition of a mesh.

Aurora Micro Wireless is available in black (KB008W-B) and silver (KB008W-S) and we reviewed the black version.

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless KeyboardFigure 1: Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless.

This keyboard measures only 12.56” x 7.60” (31.9 x 19.3) (L x W) and has a maximum height of 1.30” (3.3 cm) on its top part.

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless KeyboardFigure 2: Profile view.

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless KeyboardFigure 3: Aurora Micro Wireless compared to a standard-sized keyboard.

Being small, wireless and having a very stylish looks because of its thick aluminum top, this keyboard looks good on a living room, what simply doesn’t happen with standard-sized models.

Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless KeyboardFigure 4: Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless in the living room.

Now let’s talk about its features.

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Author: Gabriel Torres

Gabriel Torres is a Brazilian best-selling ICT expert, with 24 books published. He started his online career in 1996, when he launched Clube do Hardware, which is one of the oldest and largest websites about technology in Brazil. He created Hardware Secrets in 1999 to expand his knowledge outside his home country.

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