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AziO KB588U

AziO KB588U
alaScore 84

35 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the size and build quality. The value for money and usability also get good feedback.

design, usability, value for money, build quality, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the AziO KB588U is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 35 reviews)

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Amazon review summary for AziO KB588U

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 user reviews of AziO KB588U from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards on Amazon.com.

build quality, usability, value for money

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Azio Levetron Mech4 Gaming Keyboard (KB588U)

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No Problems Thus Far

 

I heard that some of the keys on the keyboard arrive dead, but I haven't had this problem. Also, and just a minor almost weird glitch(?); on the windows 7 login, if your password uses alt text, the keyboard will not type the alt text. I'm not sure why,...

1) Massive changeability (Every key is programmable (well except for a few)) ; 2) All the keys are responsive, but not too sensitive ; 3) Modular ; 4) Large enter button ; 5) Ability to make tons of keyboard profiles, macros, and the ability to switch...

1) You cannot swipe keys, just a tad too stiff ; 2) The space between the keys are just a little too small. (If they were either a little closer together, or a tiny bit bigger it would be great) ; 3) The length of the usb cable is just a little too...

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Just sad.

 

Had to RMA because the W key stopped working. Really disappointed because I liked the keyboard. Now I have to replace it -.- hopefully the next one won't fail.

Great keyboard with a sleek "mech" design and feel to it ; Lots of macro buttons

Small backspace key ; No backlighting on the keyboard except for some keys

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Mech4 Review

 

Wish it was cheaper. There was no warning labels on the keyboard so I will say it for anyone who cares - the USB expansion ports can only support low-powered USB devices..

Everything on this keyboard works very well. It’s very comfortable to type with and has a solid fee. The removable parts is a nice touch since I only connect them when I need to

Heavy

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Cool, great looking board!

 

Great board, lots of options, I am both left and right handed..so the options this board gives me is awesome

No back lit keys, will miss that

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Legen….wait-for-it….dary Keyboard

 

Overall, I didn't regret my purchase. I'm glad I didn't let the other reviews dissuade me from buying this keyboard. Typing & gaming on it is awesome. IMO more so than blue because you get that [feed back?] with black.

First off, the keyboard has been good for me from day one and I haven’t experienced any of the problems thus far the other users are talking about. I love typing on this keyboard. It’s an instant fingergasm typing on a mechanical keyboard. I didn’t...

Wish it had more lights. Only macro keys are lit. Not too big of a deal since I rarely game in complete dark nor look down when typing

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AZIO Levetron Mech4 KB588U Black 11 Function Keys USB Wired Gaming Mechanical Keyboard

 

Took me a while to get accustomed to typing and gaming with a mechanical keyboard after only ever using a membrane type before. As my hands and fingers got acclimated to the difference in the keys, my typing errors have drastically dropped. Now, typing...

It's a nice solid mechanical keyboard with good customization options. The sound it produces is noticeable but not loud

Wish the modular attachment for the keypad was sturdier and the backspace key was the size of two keys rather than one

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Avoid at all costs

 

Avoid it.

Mechanical Keyboard with lots of potential customization

I'm on my second one and about to return it. First one arrived with the keys that didn't work, I think they were E,D, C, but don't recall. I had Newegg swap it out with a new one. Second one arrived and on the 31st day (1 day too long to return to...

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Update review after 2 months

 

I would not recommend this to my worst enemy.

Sturdy and modular num pad / dpad. Black cherry

Well I've had the same issues as everyone on keys not working. It looks like a software issue rather than a hardware problem. About every 3rd boot up either the C,V,W don't work. Reboot usually fixes it, but it's rather annoying. It's going in the junk...

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Highly Customizable

 

I haven't had any of the trouble the other users have been experiencing. I'm using the latest version software from the AZIO website. Only thing I could think of is have both USB plugs plugged into the back of the motherboard usb ports, and don't plug...

I've tried gaming keyboards from many different companies and this one is my favorite so far. I like that fact that everything is removable and can be repositioned for what fits me best. The Cherry Black mechanical keys feels like a quieter version of...

Small backspace key didn't bother me after a few days of using it. Wish it had more backlit keys

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