Not long ago, we received the Aivia Osmium keyboard from Gigabyte for reviewing. Imagine our surprise when we received another Aivia Osmium with almost no difference in the presentation, aside from having white illumination instead of blue, and featuring Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches instead of the red model. The boxes have different visuals, but the consumer has to keep a keen eye to know which Osmium he or she is buying because there is no hint in their names (like Osmium Brown or Osmium Red, for instance). Let`s test this new Osmium and compare it to the one previously reviewed the main thing here is to know the difference between those two types of mechanical switches."
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