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Azio Levetron Gm2000 Usb Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (black)

Azio Levetron Gm2000 Usb Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (black)
alaScore 86

82 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 82 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the size and usability are generally positive. The durability and design are also mentioned favorably.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Azio Levetron Gm2000 Usb Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (black) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 user reviews of Azio Levetron Gm2000 Usb Wired Optical Gaming Mouse (black) from The average user rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on

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65% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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AZiO KB577U Levetron MECH5 Gaming Keyboard


Nowadays, it seems that the term "gaming" is loosely associated with cheap, low quality, general-purpose peripherals. What then separates the notorious gaming-grade products from the rest? Most modern gaming keyboards feature mechanical keys in an...

Simple, but good looking design ; Fully mechanical modular numpad ; Allows multiple height adjustment ; Dual function macro keys reduces the number of needed profiles ; MX black keys great for gaming and typing Cons ; Very large ; Marks on keys will...

Very large ; Marks on keys will start to fade ; Wrist rest will start to get smooth and reflective

The MECH 5 performs well in both gaming and productivity environments. In my opinion, MX black switches offer just the right amount of resistance for a good gaming experience. In typing large documents I never found myself double-typing any keys as I...

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AZIO GM-2000 Gaming Mouse Review


Gaming mice currently occupy one of the most hotly contested product categories around. While so-called “gaming” peripherals used to be the sole focus


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Things were great...


Would not pay $100 for this ever again, nor would I pay a sale prise. My off brand keyboard lasted literally years without a single issue and I regret upgrading to this. Buyer beware.

Great feel, responsive, solid

Keys have started failing within 2 months of owning. Tonight the "see" (sound it out) key has stopped working entirely. Maybe I just got a lemon, but for a high prised (typing this review without that key is going to be irritating) keyboard like this...

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Azio GM2000


Side buttons don't seem as easily-reached as on my old Logitech mouse, but once again I'm comparing a model of mouse I've used for four years to one I've been using for about thirty minutes.

Got here on the date estimated by DHL's tracking page, which is honestly more than I can say I expected with it being shipped via DHL. Works very nicely, feels a touch smaller than my old Logitech MX518, but that will simply take some getting used to,...

None so far that are anything more than having to get used to a different mouse, and that's really not a con at all

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Nice while it lasted


It was really nice while it lasted and I wish it didn't die so fast. I'd give it 5 stars but the fact that it died only after a few months of gaming coupled with their horrible customer support I'd advise anyone to stay away from this. Apparently I...

Cheap price, Mechanical keys, Nice macro keys for gaming, Cool looking design

I really liked this keyboard until one day it just decided to stop working completely. Nothing would work when I plugged it in to any of my PC's like it just went completely dead and it was only after a few months of using it. When I tried to return it...

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pretty happy :D


first I bought the aziocorp levitron clicker mechanical keyboard. Within a couple weeks paint was fading from shift ctrl alt z x c v f r e q keys... couple weeks after that c t i o l n keys all stopped responding to first keypresses unless I smacked em...

Great weight ; Mechanical keys for a cheap price ; Modular design ; Macros

usb ports are a bit finnicky ; Thing is HUGE!! But I can detach my numpad so that helps

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Terrible, DO NOT BUY


Probably never buying anything from Azio again unless their other products are not like this one.

Okay, the keyboard is pretty cool and it does have some nice functionality with the buttons

Where the hell do I start? This $80 paperweight didn't last for but a month before the thing just completely stopped working. Not only that buy every time I hit one key it sounds like a nuclear bomb went off and it almost woke my wife up when i used it...

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I purchased this mouse with another account, so it may not say I own one, but I assure you, I do, and it's teh best $20 dollars I've spent. (Sale on Newegg)

Comfortable ; Nice texture, simular to Naga ; Lots of dpi ; Easy to switch dpi on the fly ; Awesome design

Right side too short, pinkie drags on mousepad

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Meh. Cheap MX Blacks, but plenty of quirks


The macro keys, etc. are effectively useless once outside of Windows; there seems to be no support whatsoever for OSX or Linux. In short, better keyboards can be had for similar money. The gimmicks like macro keys, removable numpad, and D-pad "rail"...

Cherry MX Blacks are nice, no troublesome keys, Space and Shift keys have no stiffness or other issues. Removable numpad helps slightly for reducing the overall footprint. Macro Keys and Winkey disable are nice, but I never use them

Even without the Numpad attached, the footprint is much larger than necessary. The Numpad is more hassle than help, as it'll randomly disconnect, and you'll have to reconnect it to get it to work. The volume knob no longer works in Windows, despite...

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Sharp, smooth, slighty short


I'm not sure why people say this mouse is light... it has plenty of weight to it. It's even heavier than my Logitech G400 although not as comfortable. Can't speak for reliability but for the Newegg sale price I couldn't go wrong.

Overall nice design ; Cool red/orange LEDS ; Mouse wheel is firm between scrolls ; DPI on the FLY

The only con I've found is that this mouse is a little short. This is coming from a 5'10 male that doesn't have the biggest hands. I find that my wrist hits the mousepad before my hand hits the mouse