Designed with a durable aluminum frame and genuine leather or wood, the Retro Classic is a beautiful addition to any workspace.
The Retro Classic has round center-lit mechanical keys tuned to be tactile and “clicky”, reminiscent of the vintage typewriter.
Achieve an optimal wrist position by adjusting the keyboard tilt angle. Simply rotate the rear pillar-style feet to set the keyboard height.
Made to last with a built-in high-capacity 5,000mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery with up to months of usage time (depending on backlight usage).
Simultaneously connect up to 3 devices via Bluetooth. When USB mode is selected, simply connect the included USB-C cable to your device and type away.
The keycaps are designed so that the backlight shines through the center of the keys, illuminating them evenly with white backlight (orange for Posh only) in static on/off mode.
The Retro Classic is built to fully support both Mac & PC interfaces and comes with an extra set of easily swappable PC keycaps.
I love the look of the keyboard and it works great! I got the maple version, only change I would make is that I prefer the orange backlight to the white, the white is a little too bright for me. Worth the price for the retro look and quality materials.
I've been both an IT Pro and a writer since 1982. I've build keyboards from scratch and have fixed keyboards from nearly every manufacturer on the planet. While there were a few pretty good ones back in the day, most now are annoying and some I just plain hate to the point of punching, throwing, or slamming repeatedly again the desk. Yes, I have a thing about keyboards, and mice too! I have big hands and started palming basketballs at age 12 so you can imagine the issues all those tiny, cramped, non-tactile, short stroke input device want-ta-be's have caused me over the years.
Knowing my proclivity for malice (he inherited the same trait) one of my son's gave me an Azio Retro Classic as a present. It was pretty, it was big, it was heavy, it was steampunk. Though I was skeptical, I switched over to it that very evening. Keyboarding is a daily practice and I spend hours responding to work emails, using clients keyboards at their location, doing personal correspondence and, once the house is quiet, working on the next great American novel.
Everything was fine the first few weeks after I got the Azio, then the troubles began. It seemed like every keyboard I touched, whether it was at work, at a client location or on my other computers, was giving me typos and gibberish. I set up my full-sized Apple keyboard at work to the same rake and distance that my Azio was at home. It didn't help. I thought perhaps I needed new glasses. I did, but they didn't help the typo and gibberish problems either.
It turned out that in just a few weeks of regular use I had become so attuned to the pressure, click and stroke of the Azio that subconsciously my distain for other keyboards was manifesting itself in an unusual way. Since I couldn't very well throw a clients keyboard across their living room or smash it to pieces on their bigger than my paycheck mahogany desk, my fingers just kept the spacing, travel and stroke speed I used on the Azio. Once I figured that out, things got better but I still hate every other keyboard I have to use. On the upside, the boss is getting me an Azio for the office. Now if I could just get all of our clients to do the same.
Thanks for making such a usable and fine quality product.