Azio Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard
Azio Retro Classic Mechanical Keyboard
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While it may look like something out of a 1950s office, the Azio Retro Classic mechanical keyboard is anything but stuck in the past. Outfitted with handcrafted keycaps with a metallic trim, this retro-style keyboard looks as good in the office as it does in the game room Read More

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rodtp
1
Mar 14, 2020
Time for restock? I'm really keen to get one of these :)
Pointy
220
Jul 22, 2019
What about this is "retro"? Keyboards have never looked like this. I'm guessing whoever is saying it is is a millennial and has only heard stories about the technology of yore and imagines an old timey hacker clacking away on something resembling a steam powered pipe organ while wearing a top hat and aviator goggles.
The_Enquirer
50
Jul 21, 2019
I know with a lot of these specialized keyboards it can be difficult to find replacement keys at a decent price. I'm new to keyboards like this, so how hard would it be to find replacement keys for this?
If you want to get into mechanical keyboards, Cherry MX and MX clone switches are a good starting point because so many PCB's and keycaps are made for them. A hotswap board is nice because you don't have to solder and you can replace switches anytime if you want to try new ones.
The_Enquirer
50
Jul 22, 2019
Thanks for the advice! I'll be sure to keep it in mind!
UforikSkittlez
2
Jul 18, 2019
Honestly don't have any input or review on it. Just a tab upset that i just bought the compact version but would have honestly preferred this one more. But they were released at different times, like literally just bought the compact version a day or two ago and then see this has dropped. UGH so frustrating
SPOSpartan104
25
Jul 17, 2019
N means numlock, C means capslock, S means scrolllock, But what does the W mean on the lock lights?
NiteNinja
138
Jul 17, 2019
Probably the windows key lock.
tiborh
20
Jun 17, 2019
This keyboard looks really good. A decorative one. But that's it, nothing more. I used it for a few days and then put it aside. The keys are somehow harder to move and seem to be "lazier" (slower to come back again) than other mechanical keys. It is as if their movement were not as free as in good mechanical boards. Some bits and pieces: + there are several nice design ideas in this board (the feet are one of them) + the round key caps are easy to get used to. + the case muffles the clicky switches + and yes, the walnut is really nice, even if the wood is an extremely thin veneer
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RobLe
2
May 15, 2019
Give us walnuts!
Riel
26
May 13, 2019
The walnut version has not been available for the past 3 drops. What is the point in having them as an option then?
Edwg
75
May 14, 2019
I agree. (also misleading to have them still in the photos)
Desastor
335
Apr 14, 2019
Can any of the reviewers comment whether the walnut is actual wood or just a veneer overlaid on plywood. The former is a sell while the latter definitely would shun my interest in case the walnut is offered again in a future drop for the same price
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Nick7806
1
Apr 9, 2019
They canceled my order, im so bummed
Riel
26
Apr 10, 2019
Same here. Seems like the walnut version is unavailable.
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