Gigabyte's Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard offers the flexibility to not just give you an gaming edge, but can also double as your everyday keyboard, as long as you're willing to pay a little bit more. In using the Osmium, TrustedReviews says "the superb feedback and audible click provided by its mechanical switches, makes it a pleasure to work on," though HotHardware also finds it to be "hyper-sensitive and unforgiving." Don't worry about disturbing people when using it either, as TweakTown says "the way this board is designed, the key strokes don't make as much noise."
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