Azio Levetron Mech5

  • Azio Levetron Mech5
89
Based on 4 scores, 9 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    1
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • The feel of the Cherry Black MX switches, The modular ability, Macro editing software is easy and powerful, Keyboard is sturdy, Endless profiles, All keys programmable, Windows on/off button, Additional USB 2.0 inputs, Non slip rubber feet, Three differen
  • Cherry MX Black key switches, Dedicated volume knob, Detachable numeric pad mounts on either side of keyboard, Handy flip-up macro pad
  • Simple, but good looking design, Fully mechanical modular numpad, Allows multiple height adjustment, Dual function macro keys reduces the number of needed profiles, MX black keys great for gaming and typing.

Cons:

  • Keyboard is angular and aesthetically displeasing, Modular pieces mean extra wires, Not backlit, Painted keys wear off easily
  • No backlighting, USB connection from macro module to keyboard detracts from appearance

Expert reviews and ratings

By Hi Tech Legion on

All Pages Page 4 of 4 Provided by: Azio Corp. No compensation was received for the review of this product. Price Point: Price: $89.99 USD (Amazon.com) Class: Enthusiast At a price point of $109.99, the Azio...

By Real World Labs on

The AZiO GM2000 is one of the most affordable gaming mice on the market, and it is actually has a lower MSRP than any other mouse we have tested. Don’t let the price tag fool you though, the GM 2000 is a top notch gaming mouse, at eliminates some...

By eTeknix on

AZiO Corp is a new brand to us at eTeknix, so we're honoured today to be reviewing their flagship gaming keyboard, the Levetron Mech5. AZiO Corp is primarily and American brand, although we do occasionally see some of their products over here in the...

By Computer Shopper on 80

Azio's feature-packed mechanical gaming keyboard has an edgy look and tons of shortcut-creation potential. It's a very good value if you can tolerate the lack of backlighting....

By Benchmark Reviews on 89

The MECH 5 performs well in both gaming and productivity environments. In my opinion, MX black switches offer just the right amount of resistance for a good gaming experience. In typing large documents I never found myself double-typing any keys as I...

By Neoseeker on

When it comes down to it, the AZiO Levetron Mech5 is hands-down one of the most feature-rich mechanical keyboards I have ever seen or used. The abundance of macro keys, the customization, powerful key mapping software and USB expansion all come together...

By Pureoverclock on 90

At the Price point of just under $90.00, The Azio Levetron Mech5 keyboard offers great versatility with its Full Modular set-up and the Cherry MX Black Keys offers on point key stroke for every users needs. Discuss in the...

By Metku.net on

So then, what's the verdict? Deciding on the score wasn't easy with this one, the Mech 5 packs plenty of rather unique features, which we always like to see, but all of the features leave too much to be improve. First of all there's the...

By TweakTown on 97

I have had quite a bit of time to try and get as used to the Levetron Mech5 from AZiO in both gaming as well as day to day usage. The Mech5 contains Cherry MX Black switches which makes sure controls in gaming with a higher level of pressure is...