Enermax Aurora Lite Keyboard Review

Enermax Aurora Keyboard Review


It’s always a bit of a surprise when a company that we know primarily for a certain line of products release an entirely different one.

I’m sure I’m not the only person who looks at the brand Enermax and automatically thinks of power supplies. Showing what a dangerous thing this can be, when we reviewed the Acrylux keyboard we found it to be an exceptionally good keyboard for those no-frills people. So much so that we gave it the runner-up spot in our favourite keyboards of 2011.

Today we’re looking at new model based upon that already successful design, but with a few tweaks to perhaps iron out the few little issues we had.

Without further ado, let us crack onwards and take a look at the Aurora.

Technical Specifications

As you can see there isn’t a huge amount about the Aurora that instantly springs up at you to grab your attention. There is no software, it has no programmable buttons and doesn’t have any frippery. It’s all about being a good keyboard.

Material Brushed aluminium & plastic
Colour Black
Interface USB 2.0
USB Hub 2 x USB 2.0
Key Stroke Patented “Scissors“ Technology
Key Zones 3 (Full-size layout)
Available Keyboard Layouts US, UK & DE
Power Source USB (+5V)
Dimensions L 460 x W 160 x H 9.2 mm
Weight 950g

Click the next page and we’ll take a look at it up close.