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Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard

Posted December 15, 2011 by Jake in Peripherals







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by Jake
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I’ll admit right off the bat that I love mechanical keyboards. They’re a breed of equipment that signal an old school vibe where you could really hammer on the keys and hear the clackety feedback without fear of breaking something. I just love the clackity feel as well; mushy keys really don’t get me terribly excited, as awkward as that may sound.

We’re seeing more mechanical keyboards on the market, perhaps because consumers realize that you get what you pay for; that $20 board is a plastic piece of junk. Keyboards are ubiquitous and are ultimately integratal to using a computer, so investing a bit of extra money in a great keyboard is well worth the payoff. Gaming keyboards, and specifically mechanical ones, are quickly taking hold out there. The days of the cheap plastic boards that die after a few fragging sessions are but a distant memory.

We’ve got the latest mechanical keyboard from Rosewill, and it’s called the Mechanical Keyboard. It’s geared to the gamer crowd, and features the vaunted Cherry switches. At a price of $100, the Mechanical Keyboard is one of the more affordable mechanical gaming keyboards on the market.

Let’s dive into the review and see what Rosewill has to offer.

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    I totally agree, I love mechanical keyboards for the “taka taka” sound they give and that awesome feeling of them under your fingers (especially black keys, they’re soooo smooth).

    This keyboard reminds me a lot of the SteelSeries one in its minimalism design (definitely a good thing!) and so I might give one of these a try, especially with that price.


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