Many a tech website will say, “once you go mechanical, you never go…back-chanical,” or something similar to that. Don’t quote me. There is, however, something to be said about moving up from brittle hinges on chicklet keys to metal parts that hold up to 50 million clicks. Rosewill, ever on the quest for best quality for the lowest price, has attempted the top tier mechanical keyboard feature: fully programmable RGB. Have they succeeded or gone the lackluster way of many budget RGB Mechanical keyboards before it? Time to take it out of the box. In case you know nothing about Rosewill:
Rosewill’s mission is to consistently deliver reliable, high quality PC gaming, IT hardware and home products through leading innovation and long-lasting relationships.
Rosewill Inc. was established in 2004, founded by manufacturing reliable, high-quality technology products. The first products under the Rosewill brand name included computer components such as computer cases, power supply units, keyboards, mice and cables. Over time, the product line strategically developed and entered new areas of growth, including PC gaming and home products. Under the management of experienced e-retail experts, Rosewill products can be found on all top e-commerce sites, along with product information and reviews.
Today, Rosewill currently manufactures and markets an immense catalogue of inventive products among its three product categories. Through innovation and flexibility, new products are introduced and updated to keep pace with the high demand of the rapidly evolving consumer electronics and technology markets. Nonetheless, Rosewill’s commitment to quality remains constant due to their effective Research and Development (R&D) and Quality Assurance (QA) efforts. Although, Rosewill products harness state-of-the-art technology, their quality and reliability has remains continuous over the years.
The Rosewill headquarters is located in City of Industry, California, United States, with additional offices in Taiwan and China
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