Azio MGK1 Mechanical Keyboard Review
By Joe Gulczinski
Full Disclosure: The Product sample used in this article has been provided by Azio.
Over the last 15 years Azio has made quality peripherals focusing on the aspects of convenience, entertainment, and accessibility. One of their latest foray in the market is the Azio MGK1 mechanical keyboard, featuring an alternative Kailh Switch set contrasted to the more commonly known Cherry MX switches. What really sets this keyboard apart from the rest is its rock-solid durability, the exquisite gun-metal finish, and a streamlined approach to functionality. Before the detailed breakdown of this “Elegantly Fierce” beauty of a keyboard, check out the rather unique feature set.
- Kailh Blue mechanical key switches.
- Multi-key rollover implementation (full NKRO over USB).
- Gunmetal anodized aluminum face plate.
- White LED backlighting with adjustable brightness.
- Shortcut keys and volume wheel.
- Windows key lock-out.
|Mechanical Switch||Kailh Blue|
|Backlight||White (on / off / reactive}|
|Cord Length||6 feet braided|
|Weight||2.3 lbs / 1060g|
|Dimensions||5.4″ x 17.5″ x 1.4″|