- Tech Spec
RK ROYAL KLUDGE RK84 Wireless Bluetooth/2.4Ghz 80% RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Believe it or not, this is the first generation of RGB three-mode wireless keyboards on the market. Wireless mode with stable Bluetooth 5.0, hassle-free 2.4Ghz dongle plus USB-C wired mode set no limits about your keyboard connection.
84 Keys, Redefine TKL
The innovative 80% unique layout differs from traditional TKL keyboards, which cuts more clumsy space off while supporting the same functionality as a practical arrow, multimedia, and control keys.
Hot-swappable Friendly Brown
Hot-swap PCB allows you to replace 3 pins/5 pins switches freely without a soldering issue. Enjoy the fun of making your own unique keyboard. Still, cudgeling your brain of which switch to choose? Go ahead for the brown with gentle and stable features, it compromises both tactile and low noise two supreme merits, and offers you the most friendly and satisfying experience.
Hub Design & 3750mAh Big Mac
This 3750 mAh keyboard is armed with 2 built-in USB pass-through ports and 1 Type-C Port, allowing to back up more facilities. Week-durable to 200 hours with nonstop using under backlight off status, fully charged requires only 6-7 hours.
DIY Software Supports
DIY keybinding shortcuts, adjust brilliant backlight modes, reassign various key functions.
|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 (3 devices)||Bluetooth (3 devices)||2.4Ghz Wireless|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I feel that Royal Kludge has done a good job designing the RK84 as a whole, but i think that the software could use an update. I tried to create a custom lighting for the backlights of the keyboard but was unable to cycle to it using the keyboard shortcuts. After contacting the customer support, it turned out that the custom lighting can only be used on the keyboard when it is plugged into the pc via wire and when the software is in use. I think that allowing users to save their custom lighting onto their keyboards and be able to access them even when using it wirelessly, would be a great addition.