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Pros: Small light weight keyboard, very low price
Dirt cheap. Unit works as advertised, within specifications.
Very low cost makes this unit useful for low cost test fixtures, industrial applications
and any application that does not require any tactile feedback.
Cons: not an alps tactile
Other Thoughts: NOT an alps tactile keyboard, (no click). Mushy/spongy feel, ehhh ok for the cost as a test keyboard for low use systems.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000V2 RE Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Red Switches - Retail
Pros: I did eventually receive it.
Packing job was overkill, very large box 10 X larger than needed. The great thing is that the packing job was so good that this keyboard in the huge box could have been thrown off of the empire state building with zero damage.
Cons: Not an alps tactile. No "click" not able to determine when the key is actually depressed.
I suggest that Rosewill stop manufacturing this mechanical keyboard and simply make the Alps tactile for those of us that like them for the positive typing feedback.
Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this to anybody who wants the tactile feel for typing.
IF I knew that this mechanical keyboard felt like the cheap keyboards that are sold with mass production computers like Dell.... etc, I never would ahve purchased this unit.
Pros: Expensive video card
Cons: Video card family has a serious hardware wink and blink problem when attempting to operate at reasonable bandwidth. When gaming online or even attempting to watch DVD videos, card halts, blanks the screen, then restarts1 second later. Newer drivers simply cause computer to lock, requiring reboot. Other gamers have noted this serious bug.
Other Thoughts: Skip the GTX670 family and wait for the hardware fixed chipset next year. No help from Galaxy or Nvidia for support as they all know it is hardware related.READ FULL REVIEW