|Item model number||KB528U|
|Operating System||windows 8, windows 7|
|Item Weight||2.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.3 x 1.4 x 6.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||18.3 x 1.4 x 6.3 inches|
Azio Levetron Clicker Mechanical Keyboard (KB528U)
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- Mechanical Key Switch:. Featuring a linear design ideal for rapid pressing of keys
- NKRO: 6-Key rollover to prevent ghosting and jamming
- Rubber Coated: WASD and arrow keys for that extra comfort during long gaming sessions.
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Game in style and comfort with AZIO’s Levetron Clicker Mechanical Keyboard. Featuring mechanical key switches with tactile feeling and clicky sound action. The mechanical switch are known to provide the best gaming experience with is quick response, tactile keys and sound Feedback.
Top Customer Reviews
That being said, if your going to give us rubberized keys, at least sell a full key set separately!
To the review, well... It has 18-NKRO but I spoke with Azio Support (which I'll get to in a bit) and they said as quoted:
"The 18-key rollover does not apply to all key combinations."
"It can produce a 18-key rollover. One combination is A , S, D, F, G, J, K, L, :, Up, Down, Left, Right, L-Shift, Space, L-Win, L-Alt, and R-Win."
Most games, you will have no trouble in. However, I focus on shooters (FPS and TPS). I had to change one key I frequently use because a combination that the 18-NKRO does not support is: W, A, V (all at the same time). I had to switch my keybindings for games from "V" to "C" to solve this issue because Azio support told me what I quoted above and also stated "...your keyboard is not defective."
It's an inexpensive keyboard...and you do get 3-years of warranty with it.
Problem is: Azio Support takes their time to respond to e-mails and calling them is greeted with non-supportive employees.
I don't see why they advertised this keyboard as 18-NKRO when its not. They could have added PS/2 to USB support to achieve TRUE NKRO but the manual that you get doesn't really say anything but what is already written on the box. It's a USB plug-and-play keyboard. Azio has no drivers for it on their site and really...it could be just be even cheaper.
Typing on the keyboard is comfortable and overall it feels solid. Nothing fancy at all. I just wish they would have included a real manual and realistic advertising for it. Don't rubberize the main FPS/TPS gaming keys if you support only the strangest of non-gaming key-combinations.
3/5 is being nice and fair. I'd go lower if their support were any more useless. While I would return the item, spending nearly double to solve the one combination I have a problem with isn't worth it...and you can trust that if I did it wouldn't be on the other Azio Mech5 because Azio didn't seem to care about my issue with this here Clicker.
If I get any new news, I'll be sure to update this post.