Gigabyte Aivia Osmium

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About this Product


Interface USB 2.0
Activation Cherry Red Mechanical Switch
Switch life 50 million times
Key Profile Standard
Travel distance 4mm to the bottom
Pre-travel 2mm to actuation point
Peak force 45g
USB Hub USB3.0 + USB2.0
Report Rate 1000Hz
Audio Microphone-in/ Earphone-out
Weight 1500g ±10%
Dimension 454(L)* 257(W)*45(H) mm
Cable length 2.0m ±10%
Support OS Windows XP/ Vista/ Windows 7
Certification CE, FCC, BSMI
Color Black

Official URL

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4179

Reviews

Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Reviews Rating: 91 out of 100 based on 5 ratings.

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Benchmark Reviews 9.1/10 Feb 21 '13
Bjorn3D 8.8/10 Dec 30 '13
Cowcotland  --- Sep 06 '12
Hardware Asylum  --- Jul 24 '12
HardwareHeaven 9/10 Dec 10 '12
ocaholic 4.5/5 Aug 11 '14
Techgage  --- Nov 14 '12
Technic3D  --- Nov 25 '12
techPowerUp! 9.5/10 Sep 10 '12
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Benchmark Reviews on Feb 22 '13

"Considering that it has Cherry MX Red mechanical switches, is feature-rich and built of such quality, it may be difficult to find its equal at this price point."

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Bjorn3D on Jan 02 '14

"Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Cherry Brown Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (GK-OSMIUM BRN) does double duty as a gaming keyboard that also can be good for typing. The board features tools that gamers need such..."

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Hardware Asylum on Jul 24 '12

"Overall I really enjoyed using this keyboard, the weight was perfect for my situations and the quality of the key presses was second to none. At the time of the review the Osmium was only..."

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HardwareHeaven on Dec 10 '12

"The Osmium is another quality product from Aivia. With a very high build quality, good software support and macro control. With USB 3.0 support the Osmium sets a high standard for mechanical gaming..."

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Techgage on Nov 15 '12

"If the Osmium is your first ever mechanical keyboard, there’s an excellent chance you would develop a liking for its very low key actuation force."

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