After reviewing eight mechanical keyboards this year I seriously thought I'd seen them all, but now a new keyboard has emerged to prove me wrong. Azio with their Levetron Mech 5 keyboard is something so unique we just had to have one for a review.
- Interface: USB
- Cord length: ~2 m, braided, gold plated connectors
- Keyboard macro keys: 5 (2 profiles)
- Modular macro keys: 6 keys
- Switch type: Cherry MX Black
- OS Support: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
- Dimensions: 190 x 453 x 39 mm
- Modular numpad dimensions: 161 x 135 x 39 mm
- Warranty: 3 year limited
The keyboard arrived packed in a rather large box with product photos and specifications printed around. The box itself was rather beaten during the travel, but the keyboard inside had survived just fine, so the packing sure does its job.
Just like most keyboards we've reviewed lately, also the Mech 5 is of the mechanical variety. To be exact it uses the Cherry MX Black-switches we've seen on a couple of different models.
The bundle includes the detachable numpad, a driver CD, quick start guide, an USB A-A-cable and the detachable macro keypad that really makes the keyboard differ from anything we've seen before.
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