Some users just like really tiny keyboards. Personally I am an ergonomic fan, so the wider my hands can be apart, the better. For those who like tiny keyboards (programmers love them for some odd reason), then you’ll be glad to know that there’s finally one that’s built like a tank: the Enermax Aurora Micro. This review was actually written using this keyboard entirely, in addition to some all-day testing.
At first look, the keyboard is very attractive. While the bottom of the keyboard is a sturdy plastic, the top frame is brushed aluminum, which has been anodized pitch black. On the left and right sides of the keyboard are single USB 2.0 ports, for a total of two expansion slots. These can easily be used to plug in a USB drive, mouse, or other peripheral. The keyboard’s cable is of adequate length and rather thick for a keyboard.
Brushed aluminum with diamond cut edges:the utmost in keyboard design
Windows Vista support:integrated Windows Vista Start Button