Conclusion: Conclusion Overall I’m very pleased with this board, the outstanding quality that Gigabyte puts into its motherboards and graphics cards has certainly been passed on here. Its comfortable to use and its striking design fits in well on the desk.
Pros: Ergonomic board is comfortable to use for long periods, Variable elasticity of keys, Macro keys with multiple profiles, Onboard memory for storing macros and profiles, Wired board to reduce latency, 20 anti-ghosting keys
Cons: Odd position for the backlight switch, Would have been nice to see the macro keys lit as well, Wrist rest not easily detachable, Macro keys a little out easy reach whilst gaming
Conclusion: Overall, GIGABYTE delivered an excellent keyboard aimed at the hard-core gamer audience. From the grandiose presentation and functionality to the solid construction of the product, gamers will be hard-pressed to find better quality.
Conclusion: The performance of the Gigabyte Aivia K8100 is supreme; the keys are swift and quiet, the bundled backend software is very powerful, and up to 20 may be pressed at once due to the anti-ghosting functionality included. This is as good as the performance of a keyboard gets.
Pros: Powerful software, Onboard memory, Backlit keys, Quality construction
Cons: Expensive price, Touch-volume control difficulty
Summary: The Gigabyte Aivia 8100 keyboard is what it is, a really good gaming keyboard. You might miss the features like an LCD screen seen on Logitech keyboards, but really ... the 8100 has everything in store when it comes to gaming.
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Excerpt: The idea behind specialized “gaming keyboards” has been around for many years and there have been quite a few very successful designs introduced throughout this time. However, in the vast majority of cases these specialized products are usually nothing more than slightly modified standard keyboards...