With its advanced switches, RGB backlit design and numerous options to make a gamer’s life easier, the RX85 mechanical keyboard is a perfect choice for anyone looking for reliable peripherals to go with their PC.
A good mechanical needs switches that will meet even the most picky gamers’ requirements. RX85 is fitted with Kailh Brown switches, which on one hand ensure a palpable trigger point and on the other hand are free of the characteristic clicking sound.
RX85 is a high profile keyboard and as such must be RGB backlit. The 16m color range offers full freedom in choosing the lighting effects. To make your mechanical look even more extraordinary, the lighting is enhanced with PRISMO effect. In addition, RX85 offers 20 lighting modes: 8 default, as many as 10 dedicated to games, and 2 custom options.
RGB lighting must be followed by advance software. Not only does it enable you to set the colors but also to configure and save your customized profiles and macros. These help you prepare for each combat in advance, so that you can use a single key to fire a deadly combo, immediately determining the result.
As we were designing the RX85, we had the user convenience in mind as well. A wrist support with a special profile is attached to the keyboard by magnets. A special volume knob is provided for volume control without searching for the right key. RX85 gives you also full control over your multimedia, with the selection of 12 function keys.
When a gamer enters a complicated combination of keys, he must rest assured that the system is capable of reading it properly. RX85 is fitted with N-key Rollover, which is an anti-ghosting functionality for all keys, making the keyboard an unfailing weapon. Another incident that can spoil the game is an accidental exit to desktop; therefore, this mechanical is fitted with a Windows key locking button.
|Switch type||Kailh Brown|
|Number of multimedia keys||12|
|Number of keys||104|
|Cable length||160 cm|
|Supported Operating Systems||Windows 10, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 7, Linux, Android 4.2.2|