AZiO Levetron Mech4 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is Spill Proof, Modular

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Ishita

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redneck.nerd

Not to throw a wrench into everyone's plans or ideas, but the sidewidner X6 from Microsoft is backlit, modular, has a full size backspace button, tons of macro keys, on the fly macro recording, as well as a good sized volume knob. and for 50 bucks, you can't beat it...

 

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JCGPZ9

It's a rubber dome keyboard, not mechanical switch. I have the Sidewinder X6, and while an awesome keyboard (some key combos won't work though), after heavy usage some of the keys are feeling a bit odd to press and response is reduced. Mechanical keyboards are known for their longevity, while better typing/ gaming feel is subjective.

 

The Sidewinder X4 took a step backwards with the volume controls but I liked the way it looked compared to the X6. Both have longer space bars which make using them a bit wierd and noisier.

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Deathball916

Quite interesting indeed... I think binding 8,9,0 on that yellow macro pad thing would actually make me want to start using 8,9,0 hotkeys in Starcraft2. Should I get one?  

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luusyphre

I like the volume knob, but can't stand the giant enter button and tiny backspace button.  Deal breaker for me.

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mattman059

agreed...those tiny backspace keys are a pain....

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Turbo Charge

they took the microsoft sidewinder x6 and made it the way it should have been, only bummer is no led keys for night time gaming but dam that looks like a kick ass keyboard.

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redneck.nerd

See, i think this board tried to be the same as the x6, but failed. It looks cool, but that side arm thing that holds the numpad on looks flimsy and very cheap. Also, the fact that you have to plug in the extra macro keys which means its going to take up a usb port on your board is a bit nonsensical  Just my opinion though...

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Sirric

 

At first I was all for this keyboard. But there are a few reasons this is a no-buy for me, and I would imagine a lot of other mechanical keyboard fanboys.

First off, no full size backspace. Being a full size keyboard, and the already large footprint of this model, there is no excuse.

Secondly, the backwards “L” shaped “Enter”. Again, it’s a full size keyboard give me standard full size keys.

Third; For being modular, why isn’t there a modular wrist rest? Out of all the features to be modular surly this is more popular than any other modular parts of a keyboard.

Fourth; Paint job, what’s with the fake bolt sticker looking things, and the yellow tonka toy like hazard paint? The Levetron logo is fine, I would rather have that spammed everywhere than the other paint scheme. Makes the keyboard look cheep

Lastly, it’s a gaming keyboard give me some key backlights!

Positive:

I do like the fact that it has some modular parts. Left or right number pad is nice. Cherry MX black have to be my favorite gamming mechanical switch. As for complexity I think it would make a good pairing with my R.A.T. 7. Volume knobs are the most user friendly way to change volume,  I would rather have a rotary knob than up/down buttons. They left the f-keys grouped in 4’s. I like the way the keyboard industry is finally coming back to mechanical keyboards, this is a step in the right direction.

 

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Turbo Charge

agreed as far as the bolt stickers need to go, as for the space bar how big your thumb gotta be?

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Sirric

Backspace, not the space bar. The space bar is fine. The backspace is only half of the standard length. This always annoys me, I’m so used to a full size key it would bother me to no end. Also since this isnt a standard layout it makes getting replacement Cherry MX blacks hard to get, or if you want to upgrade to doublshot or laser etched. The printed keys will ware off well within the lifetime of a standard mechanical keyboard.

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cigar3tte

Too bad the macro keys on the left side aren't modular.  I hate having keys there.

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bonus45

Yeah, I'm not big on those macro keys there either.  That is a pretty rocking keyboard though.  Volume knob FTW !

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joeyjr

Looks like a good one. I like this keyboard. thanks

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823839010

KB588U new arrival on Newegg $119.99.

now I will have to get one before they run out.

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