Rosewill Gaming Keyboard RK-800G

  • Rosewill Gaming Keyboard RK-800G
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  • Simple and easy to use, Onepiece rubber dome design, 11 keys can be pressed at the same time.
  • Low price, Good feel on key press, Nice looking replacement WASD keys, Easy to clean with removable keys
  • Decent feel and key response, Simple, but attractively styled, Second set of W, A, S, and D keys in silver make them stand out for easy location, You can mash 11 keys at once for in-game combo moves without conflict, Extremely low price: $14.99 with free shipping and a free mouse at


  • Comes with PS2 connector and not USB.
  • Shortened backspace key, No USB interface, Lack of wrist rest (may be a personal thing though)

Expert reviews and ratings

By UMLan on 80

If you are looking for a simple ps2 keyboard, this might be it. RK-800G can be used for maintenance jobs such as reinstalling OS or working on Linux machines that don't support USB or simply don't have the USB connector. RK-800G is not a gaming...

By OCModShop on 60

Contrary to what any marketing department might say, the Rosewill RK-800G isn't a serious gaming keyboard. Beyond changing the key color, there are no real features that a serious PC gamer would consider. There are no LCD screens, backlit keys,...

By DreamWare Computers on

The Rosewill RK-800G is a very simple and straightforward gaming keyboard. Although it does lack the flashy looks, hotkeys and programmable keys that more expensive keyboards have, it does give you 11-key anti-ghosting for under $25 Canadian! If...

By Bigbruin on

Many may argue that the Rosewill RK-800G isn't really a gaming keyboard. Features found on gaming keyboards like the Logitech G15/G19, Razer Lycosa, or Saitek Cyborg for example, are definitely lacking here... No backlit keys, no LCD screens, no...