Enermax Aurora WirelessIntroduction

While the majority of people will run their systems with full size keyboards there are others who want something a bit smaller. Perhaps you have a media PC, or you’re low on space? Enermax have a mini wireless version of their Aurora. Its brushed aluminium and has a roller ball mouse system. Let’s see how it performs.


  • Precious and unique design
    Brushed aluminium case with diamond-cut edges – winner of international “red dot design award 2009“.
  • Wireless
    2,4GHz wireless technology with up to 10 meters operating range.
  • Trackball
    With laser tracking and adjustable resolution (400, 800 or 1200dpi).
  • All mouse functions integrated
    Built-in 2-button mouse with scroll wheel for quick web and program navigation.
  • Remote control for Windows Media Center
    Comfortable and direct access to Windows Media Center to play TV, DVD or music.
  • Seven hot keys
    Home, E-Mail, Search, Volume-up, Volume-down, Mute, Play/Pause.
  • Patented ”Scissors” technology
    Smooth and silent typing with up to 10 million key strokes life time.
  • Zero degree angle
    Flat key caps with minimal spaces in between.
  • Easy Grip
    Ergonomic grips for easy and firm handling.
  • Extended wrist rest
    Healthy and effortless typing.
  • Power saving management
    ON/OFF button to save batteries’ energy. After a period of inactivity, the keyboard goes into standby mode. It can be reactivated by pressing any button.


Aurora Micro Wireless (KB008W-B)
MaterialBrushed aluminium with diamond-cut edges
ConnectivityWireless technology (2.4 Ghz)
Hotkeys (7)Home, E-Mail, Search, Volume-Up, Volume-Down, Mute, Play/Pause
Key StrokePatented “Scissors” Technology
Key Zone1
Available Keyboard LayoutsUS & DE
Trackball TrackingLaser (patented)
Trackball Resolution400 dpi / 800 dpi / 1200 dpi
Mouse Functionsleft & right buttons, scroll function
Power Source2x AA/Mignon batteries (included in delivery)
Dimensions (mm)L 319 x B 193 x H 33
Weight800g / 1,77lbs (without batteries)
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  • GatVlieg

    Yup, nice keyboard. Looks like a rip-off of the Iogear GKM561R to me though.

    And alas, why oh why…: Multimedia keyboards need BACKLIGHTING. Another missed opportunity.