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AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)
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5 out of 5 eggs Fine keyboard - a real bargain 01/18/2017

This review is from: AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)

Pros: There's simply nothing wrong with this keyboard. It's a rock solid steel keyboard. The lighting works just fine. The "blue" keys feel great for typing and the click is something we Northgate Omnikey veterans love. And the volume control is a wonderful dial instead of those irritating digital buttons. The wrist rest attaches magnetically, which is really nice.

Cons: As with Azio's other great keyboards (we also have the now discontinued MGK1 RGB (it has been replaced with a new model which, as of today, newegg.com doesn't yet carry), this one's indicator lights for the numeric keypad, caps lock, and one other feature are just too darn bright. But a piece of electrical tape solves that issue.

Other Thoughts: If you like a really solidly built keyboard with clicky "blue" keys, this keyboard is right up your alley. We like it so much, we're about to buy a second one for another computer. And at the current, albeit temporary, sale price of $69.99 it is a steel (bad pun intended).

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AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs Fine keyboard - a real bargain 01/18/2017

This review is from: AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)

Pros: There's simply nothing wrong with this keyboard. It's a rock solid steel keyboard. The lighting works just fine. The "blue" keys feel great for typing and the click is something we Northgate Omnikey veterans love. And the volume control is a wonderful dial instead of those irritating digital buttons. The wrist rest attaches magnetically, which is really nice.

Cons: As with Azio's other great keyboards (we also have the now discontinued MGK1 RGB (it has been replaced with a new model which, as of today, newegg.com doesn't yet carry), this one's indicator lights for the numeric keypad, caps lock, and one other feature are just too darn bright. But a piece of electrical tape solves that issue.

Other Thoughts: If you like a really solidly built keyboard with clicky "blue" keys, this keyboard is right up your alley. We like it so much, we're about to buy a second one for another computer. And at the current, albeit temporary, sale price of $69.99 it is a steel (bad pun intended).

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AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggs Fine keyboard - a real bargain 01/18/2017

This review is from: AZIO MGK L80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Blue K-Switch/ Blue Backlight)

Pros: There's simply nothing wrong with this keyboard. It's a rock solid steel keyboard. The lighting works just fine. The "blue" keys feel great for typing and the click is something we Northgate Omnikey veterans love. And the volume control is a wonderful dial instead of those irritating digital buttons. The wrist rest attaches magnetically, which is really nice.

Cons: As with Azio's other great keyboards (we also have the now discontinued MGK1 RGB (it has been replaced with a new model which, as of today, newegg.com doesn't yet carry), this one's indicator lights for the numeric keypad, caps lock, and one other feature are just too darn bright. But a piece of electrical tape solves that issue.

Other Thoughts: If you like a really solidly built keyboard with clicky "blue" keys, this keyboard is right up your alley. We like it so much, we're about to buy a second one for another computer. And at the current, albeit temporary, sale price of $69.99 it is a steel (bad pun intended).

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Display Name: Daniel L.

Date Joined: 03/14/04

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  • First Review: 03/27/11
  • Last Review: 01/18/17
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