Monday, January 9th 2017

AULA Unveils Special Gaming Keyboard for FPS Gaming, and a Condensed Keyboard

AULA is a Chinese gaming peripherals maker that's branching out to new markets. The company showed off its special gaming keyboard for FPS gaming. Pictured below, the keyboard is similar in function to the likes of Razer Orbweaver, but gives you a whole lot more keys. You get all the keys commonly used in FPS gaming, a round of function keys making up an arch, seven shortcut keys, and ten macro keys. The keyboard comes with a cushioned palm-rest. AULA also showed off a highly condensed keyboard, which lacks a row of function keys (holding down Fn and a number key serves that function), the arrow keys, and the NUM cluster. Apparently this keyboard will accompany the FPS gaming keyboard, at least as a bundle.
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5 Comments on AULA Unveils Special Gaming Keyboard for FPS Gaming, and a Condensed Keyboard

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
Anti lefty boooooo :P.
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neko77025
Sorry .. but this thing looks like ass. That would not be allowed near my rig much less in my house.
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xpredator_13
neko77025 said:
Sorry .. but this thing looks like ass. That would not be allowed near my rig much less in my house.
100% agree. What a shit design!
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Prima.Vera
Haters! Actually from a pure functionality point of view is pretty well designed. The access to the keys is very good. Had to test one of this before committing judgement.
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ComedicHistorian
Prima.Vera said:
Haters! Actually from a pure functionality point of view is pretty well designed. The access to the keys is very good. Had to test one of this before committing judgement.
I agree with all of you, it's fairly hideous and the name "special gaming keyboard" is...well, special. On the other hand (which isn't possible, righty's only) it looks extremely functional. I say give the design to Razer and see what they can do for it aesthetically. Or we can just wait for Thermaltake to steal it.
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