Rii K61C Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ,104keys Anti-ghosting PC gaming keyboard,Blue switch with 3 Macro Keys
- ·Extreme Durability High speed and responsiveness Blue Mechanical Switches up to 50 million keystrokes .
- ·Keycap Laser etching &UV coationg protect it from fading.
- ·Integrated cradle holds your phone ,Tablet well when you are playing game.
- ·DIY the Backlit 5sets Backlit modes :FN+Prtsc=Exchange the Backlit modes, FN+Arrow keys to control the brightness.
- ·3 sets programmable macro +4sets Giveaway keys +Key cap Puller.
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- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
*Switch type :Blue
*Switch Travel: 4.0±0.2mm
*Keys: Anti-ghosting 104keys
*Constructure: Aircraft grade Aluminum
*Cable: Multi cord / Braided
*Key Cap: Plastics with Laser etching ,no worry for the abrasion
*Key Cap puller: You could pull the key caps easily when cleaning or changing the keys
*Porduct size : 446*188*45mm
*Product weight: 1250g
How to set the macro keys
1.Press FN+Scrlk into Marcro mode
2.Press FN+Pause,when the LED on and into recording status
3.Press any key you wnato to light up
4.Press FN+Pause to save
*Windows (PC with USB port)
*HID compatible device
Top Customer Reviews
The K61C mechanical gaming keyboard easily holds its ground against the top competition in its class for the experience, the gaming ability, durability. In comparison to some of the other mechanical gaming keyboard that is available from Razer, Corsair or Logitech this can easily hold its ground. Coming at about 3lb of weight it’s not about to fall apart anytime soon.
Now that you’ve gotten a taste of what Rii is working on, let’s move on to the technical specifications that gamers are going to want to know about it. The switch type is base on Blue and offers a switch travel ability of 4.0±0.2mm and the force needed 60±15g. The keyboard offers a full 104 keys with multi-function toggles using the FN key. The cable is braided to make it long lasting and durable while the keyboard itself is made of aircraft grade aluminium. Using this keyboard also offers anti-ghosting keys, which comes in quite handy. The keys are made out of plastic and are etched with a laser and provide long lasting durability. The key cap puller will make it easy for anyone to clean the keyboard and or replace all the keys.
Tactile feedback from a such is very important and you can definitely feel the springs back up almost before you’re done. The keypress is being registered really fast and is a joy to be working with. Your fingers glide across with ease and you can definitely hear the click sounds that most of us are looking for, maybe not so much for the people around us, but you know.
The comfort associated with Rii K61C is on par with the same level you’d get from a Razer or Corsair. You can easily work on it for hours on end. In this instance, I’ve been re-playing the mass effect series and grinding myself in Watch Dog 2.
This mechanical gaming keyboard from Rii offers 4 distinct patterns that you can cycle through using the FN key and the Scroll lock. You do have the option to record 3 macro combinations using the FN key and the Pause key, but I won’t go too much into details about this one as I’m not into a habit of doing so.
How to set the macro keys
1.Press FN+Scrlk into Macro mode
2.Press FN+Pause, when the LED on and into recording status
3.Press any key you want to light up
4.Press FN+Pause to save
Yes mechanical keyboards are loud but they last longer, at least for myself, then any other kind available especially for gaming. The repeated key strikes, sometimes with gusto depending on what's going on in game can easily kill lesser products. I'm not really a fan of the noise a key strike makes but I can live with it. I've discovered that no matter what make, whether it's a big brand name or a definite up and coming company like Rii, they all make pretty much the same amount of noise. I do have one keyboard that looks and feels like a mechanical but I know the switches aren't going to last anywhere near as long. But with true mechanical keyboards the fact that they last as long as they do plus the fact that individual keys can be replaced as needed and the long-term investment in a keyboard like this just gets better. I like the travel distance on a key strike. Besides the sound that tells you a key has been struck you can feel it bottoming out, you get both audible and tactile feedback which I personally want.
The good stuff up front:
All keys are backlit however this is not an RGB keyboard. There is only one colour of LED, green which for me works great. Like any good mechanical keyboard that’s backlit you can adjust the level. There are also other options for the special effects:
~Breathing (fading in and out)
~Keys only light up momentarily when you strike them
~LED lines flash to the left and right after striking any key
~Fading line moving from left to right
~Fully molded keys with the character etched out of the coating on each key
~Zero config required on the PC or laptop
~Blue Mechanical Switches rated up to 50 million keystrokes
There is a lot of customization you can do with macro keys; this keyboard was designed with gamers in mind, here’s a few:
~First off, you can disable the stinking Windows key while in game
~Set up 3 key macros the way you want them
~Adjust the key backlighting to suit your needs, only one colour though, green
~4 extra keys that can be used to replace any existing key or use for WASD if desired, your choice
The keys are not the only tough and durable thing here, the carriage itself is rock solid. Holding it at both ends and then trying to twist it result in virtually no flex and I tried twisting it pretty stinking hard. When this is on the desk it sits solid. The flip down rear legs like with any other keyboard allow for a little positional customization. It’s weight and the broad front pads keep it from sliding around on the desk during those sphincter clenching moments in game. One of the nice things about mechanical keyboards is that the keys can be removed for cleaning, the keyboard comes with a tool for removing keys and switches.
A new touch I’ve not seen before is the slot located at the top edge above the "F" keys which is wide and deep enough to slip in a phone or even tablet and then present it so that you can see its display. While you I don’t game on either of these devices I do at times want to keep my phone in view and as it sits I can clearly see it. Because it’s low enough it doesn’t cover the bottom portion of my monitor. This is a nice touch that I at first didn’t understand, how it could possibly be useful.
The makers have done an excellent job of looking at how keyboards are used and how they can make this common item better, things like allowing me to run the braided cable to the left, centre, or right through a channel that then allows the keyboard to sit flat with the cable routed to the side I want since I don’t always use the flip out legs.
I appreciate this great way to get big brand name quality and performance for a lot less money.
I've been using this keyboard for a short while and have written 10,000+ words on it. Overall this keyboard feel premium and is a joy to type on. The keyboard has loud clicks on keypress as you expect from a mechanical keyboard however the force required to press the keys are minimal. They keyboard also has a holder for your tablet or phone. The cable feels solid and has a fabric type cover on it that makes it feel premium.
The keyboard is made out of brushed aluminum with a wood grain pattern in matt finish. There is minimal branding and the LED lights are also not too outlandish. You can also adjust the brightness of the LEDs. Overall I am impressed.
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