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AZiO Unveils a Trio of Gaming Mice

AZiO showed off a three new gaming mice the company plans to launch through 2017, the GM2400, the Atom, and the Aventa (pictured in that order). The GM2400 is an entry-level ambidextrous gaming mouse designed for claw-grips with either hands. It features a basic 3 button layout with a hard-teethed scroll-wheel, and a button for on-the-fly DPI adjustment. Under the hood, it features a 2,400 dpi sensor. Blue LED lighting, rubberized top surface, and a braided USB cable make for the rest of it.

The AZiO Atom is the company's new mid-range gaming mouse. Featuring a rustic (worn-out) industrial ambidextrous design, the mouse is designed for e-Sports, with 7 programmable buttons, a 3,200 dpi sensor with 1000 Hz polling rate, red LED illumination, a zero-acceleration mode, and a detachable braided USB cable. Lastly, there's the Aventa, the company's latest premium gaming mouse, featuring a right handed design, with its body borrowing design elements from the Exo Alpha. It features 7 programmable buttons, an Avago 9800 (8,200 dpi) laser sensor, RGB LED lighting, and a detachable braided USB cable.

AZiO Also Unveils the Retro 2 Mechanical Keyboard

AZiO also unveiled the second generation of its popular keyboard that features old-school typewriter styled keycaps. The new AZiO Retro 2 comes with a more polished top panel with a matte white surface, bordered by stainless steel accents. The keys are backed by Kailh Blue mechanical switches, which offer good tactile feedback. Completing the retro theme is a white fiber-sleeved USB cable.

AZiO Unveils its Armato Series High-end Mechanical Keyboards

AZiO appears to be cashing in on the new hip trend of old-school typewriter keycaps. The company unveiled its new high-end mechanical gaming keyboard, the Armato, and while most would expect it to accompany with an RGB LED lit variant; AZiO dedicated a variant to classic typewriter keycaps, called the Armato Classic Edition. It's not just keycaps that set the two apart. The Armato uses Cherry MX Brown switches, while the Armato Classic Edition features Kailh Blue switches, for more tactile feedback. Both keyboards are characterized by a standard 104-key layout with locally stored macro profiles, and a rotary volume control wheel. The Armato comes with red LED back-lighting, while its Classic Edition variant comes with white LED lighting. Both keyboards feature large firm palm-rests.

AZiO Also Announces the MGK L80 RGB Keyboard

In addition to the MGK Alpha, AZiO also unveiled its flagship keyboard, the MGK L80 RGB. This mechanical keyboard features RGB LED multi-color lighting for its keys and aesthetic bits, with six lighting modes that can be set directly on the keyboard, without needing software. You also get four macro keys that are directly programmable on the keyboard. Also featured is a magnetic detachable palm-rest, and a volume control knob. The MGK L80 RGB goes on sale later this month.

AZiO Also Announces the EXO Alpha Gaming Mouse

AZiO Also announced the EXO Alpha line of gaming mice featuring a metal-frame design, with a brushed aluminium floating palm-rest that comes in three colors - red, blue, and gunmetal, and light from an RGB LED coming out from the edges of the floating rest. Under the hood is a 9,800 dpi optical sensor with 5 adjustable settings, six programmable buttons, and a management software that stores your settings on the cloud.

AZiO Unveils the MGK Alpha Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

AZiO unveiled the MGK Alpha, a high-end backlit mechanical keyboard. Away from the RGB madness, the MGK Alpha features elegant white LED back-lighting, a magnetic detachable palm-rest, a volume-control scrollwheel, an anodized-aluminium faceplate with brushed finish; and an anodized side-mesh. You get five programmable macro keys, and you can use the Function key to set even more macros using the included software. The keyboard allows hot-switching between three profiles programmed directly into it.
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