Rosewill is cooking up another keyboard with RGB lighting. Known as the RGB100, this model has even flashier lighting effects than the RGB80 we reviewed back in June. Take a look:
Lighting settings include a scrolling rainbow mode, a music mode that presumably responds to audio output, a pulsating "breathing" mode, and keystroke-activated ripple and fade effects.
The RGB100 on display was outfitted with blue Kailh switches, which are clones of the Cherry MX blues. Rosewill tells us it also plans to offer the RB100 with brown and "maybe" red versions of the Kailhs. Each key is backed by an individual RGB LED, and the keyboard also features macro capabilities (with support for five profiles and up to 50 macro keys), n-key rollover, and a USB 2.0 hub with headphone and mic jacks.
The RGB100 is scheduled for a release in the second quarter. Rosewill expects to charge $169.99 for it, which will pit this keyboard directly against Corsair's K70 RGB.
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