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Gigabyte AiVia Osmium Keyboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion - PCSTATS.com Gigabyte AiVia Osmium Keyboard Review @ Hi Tech Legion
Tue, Apr 23 2013 | 9:59AM | Filed under: Games| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

The Gigabyte Osmium is the latest addition to the AiVia gaming peripheral series. The Gigabyte Osmium is available in either Cherry MX red switch variant with blue LED backlighting or Cherry MX brown switch version with white LED backlighting. Since the Gigabyte Osmium is designed for gaming, it is capable of accepting up to 64 simultaneous keystrokes at the same time via USB 2.0 and is equipped with a bank of five macro keys on top of the function keys. Through the Gigabyte GHOST utility available for download from Gigabyte`s website, up to five profiles can be stored on the Osmium keyboard and can be toggled through by pressing the LED AiVia logo above the num keys. The Gigabyte AiVia Osmium keyboard also features a USB 2.0 and 3.0 hub as well as 3.5mm pass-through connectors for the headphone and microphone jacks. The Gigabyte AiVia Osmium mechanical keyboard measures 454mm long, 257mm wide and 45mm tall and carries a two-year warranty.///"

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