3 Trackball Resolution Settings.
Easy to use.
Plug and play.
Adjustable DPI settings.
Two USB 2.0 ports.
Rare Pairing Issue.
No Num, Caps, Scroll LEDs.
No Back/Forward buttons.
No standalone number pad.
No multimedia keys.
By Kitguru.net on March 13, 2013
The Aurora offers good value for money and is significantly cheaper than many wireless multimedia keyboards. The keys are low quality...75
By eTeknix on December 07, 2012
Today I'm taking a look at the Aurora Wireless Keyboard, the latest wireless keyboard solution from Enermax. Its not often we see much attention to the wireless keyboard end of the market, even less attention seems to go toward the HTPC keyboard...-
By TechReaction.net on June 07, 2011
Overall, the Aurora is a great little HTPC keyboard. While typing on the Aurora, it was very responsive to our key strokes. We did not notice any lag or stuttering while using it to type this review or while we commanded our HTPC. The size of the...-
By XSReviews on May 31, 2011
I quite like this little guy. Its pretty comfortable, its got a nice fat enter key, the layout is easy for those of us with smaller digits and its got a nice, high DPI rollerball for mouse control. The media keys are also pretty fully featured with...-
By Real World Labs on November 06, 2010
The Aurora Micro Wireless keyboard was originally launched with HTPC users in mind but after spending almost a month with it we think that it is just as useful to plain Desktop or even Notebook owners. When it comes to quality we really...-
By HardwareHeaven on May 26, 2010
Aurora Micro WirelessThe Aurora Micro Wireless essentially is a smaller, portable version of the original Aurora keyboard with a laser optical trackball attached. Despite the lack of a numeric keyboard the Aurora Micro Wireless is highly functional...100
By Pureoverclock on February 16, 2010
The Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard is simply a great device, it has all the functionality of a full-sized keyboard plus all of the robust controls needed to operate within the Windows Media Center environment in Windows 7. It has a very...-
By SilentPC Review on February 11, 2010
These all-in-one wireless keyboards from Enermax and Moneual are far better suited for use with a HTPC and a large flat-panel TV than the typical keyboard plus mouse wireless combo. Having used MCE remote controls from time to time as well, our...-
By DragonSteelMods on February 09, 2010
The Enermax Aurora is a great keyboard truly. The built-in laser trackball is a must if you have an HTPC and the one in the Aurora works perfectly. The addition of the function and multi-media buttons do add value and usefulness as well. For an HTPC...90
By ComputerPowerUser on January 01, 2010
Attractively packaged and appropriately featured, the Aurora Micro Wireless keyboard is a catch, whether you use it at your desk or in your living...80