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Gigabyte Aivia K8100

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Posted November 4, 2010 by Jake in Peripherals
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Introduction

Input devices are a very important part of any computer. Take, for instance, the keyboard and mouse. Without these devices we would not be able to use our machines like we do every day, and until a technology is created that can be used reliably to replace them, they are here to stay. And for the touch screen disciples in the crowd, we agree it’s cool and has a purpose, but it simply cannot compete with a mouse and keyboard in terms of absolute efficiency; there’s very good reason the keyboard and mouse are ubiquitous.

Gigabyte has been in the computer market for many years, and has successfully made a name for themselves predominantly with motherboards and graphics cards. However, Gigabyte has recently moved into other PC components as well, such as chassis, keyboards, netbooks, and notebooks to name a few.

The latest market that Gigabyte is tackling is peripherals, and specifically keyboards. Gigabyte’s first gaming keyboard is the Aivia K8100. This keyboard comes comes in three different colours: black, red, and yellow. The Aivia also comes with a few nifty key features that we’ll examine in greater detail. So let’s move on now and take a closer look at the Gigabyte Aivia and see how it fares.

"Gigabyte was founded in 1986 in a small lab by four young engineers passionate to make their mark on the industry. GIGABYTE remains dedicated to the core belief of improving the lives of our users by manufacturing products that are high-performing, reliable, and of excellent quality. GIGABYTE thrives on delivering the latest technology to users around the globe. We develop, test, and manufacture a wide range of products following strict quality and environmental control standards."

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