Inside they have chosen to use the quiet/tactile Cherry MX Brown switches accompanied by red LED lighting and a selection of lighting effects. So it would seem that Azio are targeting those that consider LED back-lighting as a purely functional, no-nonsense feature. The red LED lighting is then set against a black anodized brushed aluminium top plate, that is then matched with a striking red mesh spanning from side-to-side. Despite its minimalistic design ethic, the Armato affords the gamer a selection of dedicated macro keys, media keys, FN commands, along with 100% anti-ghosting, ensuring that this keyboard provides competitive performance.
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