Rock-solid frame and keys, Uses premium Cherry MX key switches, Discrete-click key feedback, Detachable, braided USB and PS/2 cables, Can press any number of keys at once, if used with PS/2 cable
Cherry Blue switches offer satisfying tactility with every click; cheaper than most mechanical-switch keyboards; durable braided cord; small footprint.
Lacks extra USB ports.
By PCPer on February 14, 2012
Rosewill’s refresh of the RK-9000 comes at a time where it is cool to be mechanical. The lineup is currently listed on Newegg for different price points depending on which type of switch is being used. Current listed prices (Feb 13th, 2012) at Newegg...-
By Computer Shopper on November 30, 2011
Rosewill's entry into "clicky"-style mechanical keyboards is a solid-feeling pleasure to type on, reminiscent of classic Northgate and IBM battlewagons—and it's a decent value....80
By Guru of 3D on October 06, 2011
Highly Recommended. Stuff That is Always at the End. Very special thanks to Chinny at Rosewill and to Hilbert Hagedoorn for his tireless efforts! Extra special thanks to Jason O'Connell and Melodie Myers for their recording expertise. Beer is OK?...-
By Kitguru.net on November 24, 2010
Today we have another item from to review – The Rosewill RK-9000 gaming keyboard. This is a mechanical style keyboard that uses to provide that ‘old school’ feel of an IBM style keyboard.There are multiple types of keyboards...80
By cnet on October 25, 2010
Mechanical keyboards are gaining popularity in circles that miss the tactility of the original IBM Model M, and Rosewill introduces an inexpensive version in the RK-9000. It doesn't have the bells and whistles of competitors like Das Keyboard, but...80