- Tech Spec
|RK61 White||RK84 White||RK71 White||RK68 White||RK87 Wihte|
|Keys Layout||61 keys||84 keys||71 keys||68 keys||87 keys|
|Connection||Bluetooth (3 devices)||2.4Ghz + Bluetooth (3 devices)||Bluetooth (5 devices)||Bluetooth (5 devices)||2.4Ghz Wireless|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I love the aesthetic, the sound and the back light feature of the keyboard. It’s perfect for my desk set up.
I have been looking for a good mechanical keyboard. As a result, I bought this one. BTW, I have had four mechanical keyboards. My touch feeling is good with ONLY ONE exception. Because this is 60+-key keyboard, the up-arrow, / and ? are assigned to the same key, and, as a result, you have to use Shift+Fn to access / or ?. If you are playing game, this arrangement may be fine. On the other hand, if you use this keyboard for document processing, be aware of this issue. The designers of this keyboard can easily divide the large right Shift key to become the up-arrow and Shift so that one can easily access / or ?. Moreoever, there is no indicator for Caps Lock, another mistake. This is the reason that I am only willing to give this keyboard a 3-star rating.
Excellent customer service
The keyboard comes with a cutout of about 100 shortcuts. NONE OF THEM SAY HOW TO PAIR. There is a QR code that is supposed to link to a video on how to pair but it didn't work for me. The instructions give you about 100 different keyboard combinations for changing the way the backlight operates, but NOTHING on how to pair. LITERALLY THE MOST IMPORTANT THING. I don't care about the backlight. Cmon. To pair, hold down FN + (Q or W or E). Hold down FN then tap Q/W/E to switch between paired devices.
This product is perfectly engineered, but the instructions are so incredibly bad it's almost as if they paid someone to write the worst instructions possible.
This is a nice budget keyboard. It looks nice, feels nice, and sounds nice. It comes with a keycap puller, a switch puller, and some extra switches. It is overall a nice keyboard.