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Helios RK-9200 Dual LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Switches

THRONE
Backlit gaming keyboard has mechanical switches and more

Rosewill is on hand at CES this year and the company has debuted a couple new computer peripherals including an interesting LED backlit mechanical gaming keyboard.

The keyboard is the Helios RK-9200 Dual LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX switches. This is an incredibly long name for what is basically a backlit keyboard that features mechanical switches. The keyboard is available in blue, red, brown, and black. The keyboard supports red or green backlighting using LEDs and you can make the WASD keys a different color so they stand out. The backlit keyboard has five different global brightness modes. Pricing and availability for the keyboard is unknown.

Rosewill also has the new gaming computer chassis called the THRONE. This computer case comes in black or white, and has a very angular design intended to give an aggressive appearance. The THRONE has red LEDs in the front for the black version, and the white version has blue LED lighting in the front. It has three external 5.25-inch drive bays and a mesh side panel for improved cooling.

The case appears to be tool free on the inside and looks as if it would support some of the larger video cards on the market. Rosewill is also showing off a new line of 802.11n wireless routers and accessories including USB network adapters and more. The company also has new server products including five and eight bay RAID enclosures the use USB 3.0 connectivity.

Source: Rosewill



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RE: Nice
By retrospooty on 1/9/2013 12:33:32 PM , Rating: 2
LOL... I know, to me it looks like a Cheap but kool case from 1997.


RE: Nice
By Cypherdude1 on 1/10/2013 4:51:51 AM , Rating: 2
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A case for 12 year old gamers.

Yes, many computer manufacturers have a tendency to make parts for children. If you look at many cases, mobo's and video cards, you'll see they seem marketed towards children.


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