Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Cherry Brown Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
Gamers love their mechanical keyboards and have their own preferred switch. The distinctive clicky feel from a mechanical keyboard offers gamers superior feedback where very little actuation force is needed to register the key is ideal for the repeated action and the multiple press in games. In many FPS shooter games, that milliseconds of response time can be a matter of life and death. So gamers swear by their mechanical keyboard.
When Gigabyte first launched the Aivia Osmium keyboard, it came with the Cherry Red MX switch that we had reviewed a while back. While the linear feedback from the Red switch offers smooth feedback that is ideal for gaming, it may not be the best if you use the PC for more than just repeated tapping action in games. If you also use PC for typing, the Cherry Red MX maybe too sensitive. Or if you are not a fan of the Red MX switch, Gigabyte has released the Osmium with the Cherry Brown MX switch. The Brown switch, like the Red, has the same amount of actuation and bottom out force but also provides a better tactile feedback than the Red switch so it can be an ideal for both gaming and for typing… at Bjorn3D