Rosewill Gaming Keyboard RK-800G
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
Comes with PS2 connector and not USB.
Shortened backspace key, No USB interface, Lack of wrist rest (may be a personal thing though)
PS/2 connector (and no USB adapter included), None of the frills you might expect when you hear the phrase "gaming keyboard", You can press 11 specific keys at once, and you're not likely to need all of them at once anyway
By UMLan on October 14, 2010
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...80
By OCModShop on August 19, 2010
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,...60
By DreamWare Computers on June 25, 2010
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 June 11, 2010
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...-