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Enermax Aurora Micro Wireless Keyboard Review

The Aurora is supplied in a fairly compact box which features a large image of the keyboard on the top.  There are also a series of logos, including one identifying this keyboard as a winner of the red dot design award (2009).

Turning the box over reveals a large diagram of the keyboard, illustrating a number of its key features.  There is also a list of specifications which is repeated in seven other languages.

The box itself doesn’t feel particularly sturdy but there is some polystyrene inside which should do a good job of protecting the keyboard during shipping.

Inside the box, there are only two items bundled alongside the keyboard.  These are a set of AA batteries (the Aurora isn’t rechargeable) and a USB dongle.

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