Summary: Wish I hadn't bought this keyboard. Its starting to fail after a couple months, the letter print is coming off and the red gummy keys are just crumbling. I suggest buying a real mechanical keyboard instead of this. However, their customer support is amazing, leaps and bounds better than other companies. Would recommend the company, not the keyboard.
Summary: The Azio Levetron Clicker is a decent, low-end mechanical keyboard-when it works. My keyboard worked just fine for about a month until the keys stopped working, one by one. The keyboard itself feels solid and looks okay, it is not particularly great looking, nor is it ugly. The red rubberized keys are somewhat uncomfortable when typing for an extended amount of time, but they aren't too bad.
Summary: This is getting a review not for the keyboard but for the customer service at Azio. My keyboard had a weird problem (probably a wiring issue) so I emailed Azio customer service. They were quick to respond, helpful, and shipped me a new keyboard. I didn't even get dinged for shipping and handling even though I'm in Canada. Thanks Dave!
Summary: The poor man's mechanical keyboard. If you really, really want a mechanical keyboard, and this one is on sale and your only affordable option, then go for it. The keyboard is nice and wide (the classic IBM keyboard size), the keys well-spaced, and if you're a gamer, the rubberized WASD keys are handy and don't get in the way while doing regular typing. That said... The keys are incredibly loud.
Pros: Low price. Grippy WASD keys good for gaming.
Summary: I'm not a gamer but wanted a mechanical keyboard, first because of their accuracy and durability and secondly because of the "clicky" sound generated when typing. I work in technical support and like to give my clients the added auditory feedback of the key switch clicks as I type information concerning their query. My only complaint with the Levetron Clicker is that the white key lettering seems to fade easily on the most used keys.
Summary: Upon first buying this keyboard I was impressed... within a few weeks, the paint started to fade on the two mentioned keys. about 3 weeks after that my C key stopped responding to keystrokes 3/4 of the time (sometimes I have to hit it 4 or 5 times) Then the t key, then I O and L all started to do it too. Despite what I read on another review (saying AZIO doesnt honor warranties) I got in touch with them to RMA this thing...
Pros: Cheap, Mechanical, Rubber WASD and arrow keys, EXTRA clicky sounding
Cons: Cheap...., really loud (not really a con, but hey some ppl dont like loud keyboards, left shift and CTRL keys paint is fading., C T I O L keys and space bar are Flaky
Summary: After three (3) months of use, the "D" key stopped working correctly and would only respond intermittently. I'm a gamer, but only occasionally so. Disappointing. It's in my trash can, now. I did love the rubberized WASD keys for first-person shooters, but they became an annoyance for RTS games, such as Starcraft II. All-in-all, I'd say pick a better keyboard for gaming; this one felt a little too "clunky" for gaming.
Summary: I've had this keyboard a couple months now and the A key has slowly stopped responding, or it will enter 3 a's in a row. The W key will enter at the slightest pressure for some reason and the backspace key has started to occasionally go unresponsive. In all other ways it was a fine keyboard, yet the 1 star review remains as it's too inconsistent to use and thus worthless.