Rosewill Debuts the RK-9300 Keyboard with Cherry MX Blue or Brown Switches

Posted by at 11:18 am on February 8, 2017

Rosewill has a new keyboard, the RK-9300, which comes in Cherry MX Blue and Cherry MX Brown varieties.

The RK-9300 has a fairly austere look, with an all-black design and an aluminum top panel that extends out and down at a slight angle, like a mock wrist rest.

The keys are backlit but have only blue LEDs–a feature omission that some won’t love, but it’s slightly more of a “grown up” look than all-red backlighting. (Even cleaner would be white backlighting.) There are three lighting modes: one with all the keys backlit, one with all but the numpad area lit, and one with only the WASD and arrow keys lit. The fully-lit option has a breathing mode, and there are four brightness levels.

The upper right side of the keyboard has a bank of notification lights. The F keys double as media and volume controls, including brightness, Windows lock, and more. It also features n-key rollover. The RK-9300 features no software, and there’s no way to create macros.

The two versions of the RK-9300 list for $99, but both are available for $85 on Amazon (Blue switches and Brown switches).

Rosewill RK-9300
Type Full size, 104-key
Switch Cherry MX Blue or MX Brown
Sensing Method Conductive (metal)
Polling Rate
Lighting Blue backlighting
Key Rollover NKRO
Interface USB
Cable 5.9ft
Additional Ports No
Key Caps ABS
Dimensions 18 x 6.5 x 1.6  inches
Weight 3.09lbs
Software No
Construction Aluminum top plate
Misc. -Four lighting modes, four brightness levels
-Three-way cable routing trough
-F keys double as media controls, etc.
Price $99 MSRP, street price $85

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