|Release Date in Singapore|
|Model||Ryos MK Glow|
|Keyboard form factor||Standard|
|Keyboard number of keys||113|
|Programmable hot keys||Yes|
|Built-in memory capacity||2000 KB|
|Colour of product||Black|
Reviewed on 2014-05-13
Many gamers have heard of the company Roccat before as it is a gaming accessory company based out of Europe. They have been bringing their high end products to the USA for a few years now. One of their big sellers was their ISKU gaming keyboard which had ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-02-03
It seems not so long ago when mechanical keyboards were closer tied to the most entrenched computer enthusiasts or typists. Nowadays with the popularity of Cherry MX mechanical switches, mechanical keyboards cater to all kinds of audiences and are popping...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-02-03
Incredibly customizable, Industry leading LED lighting effect, Cherry MX Black switches, Intuitive software.
Only one switch type in this style, Just one color choice too, Cable isn't detachable or sleeved.
ROCCAT has really upped the ante with the release of a new line of mechanical gaming keyboards for 2014. The new lineup includes the full size Ryos MK Pro, //MK Glow and two compact ten key less versions called the Ryos TLK Pro and Ryos TKL. Today we will...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-12-04
Excellent tactile feel, - Very reactive keys, - Easy to program macros, - Sturdy and heavy enough to not slide around on your desk
Not for small desks
When it comes to PC gaming, one of the sounds you hate to hear is that “beep!” when you’ve pressed down too many keys. This is due to most average keyboards having a set number of keys allowed to be pressed at the same time. The way to combat this is ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-11-08
Fully customizeable, Remappable keys, Durable build quality, Affordable price, Quiet Black Cherry keys, Antismudge
Low warranty, USB cable not braided, Software CD is not included in package and must be downloaded
ROCCAT has been known for delivering exceptional peripherals like keyboards, mice, headphones and mouse pads. They also have notebooks available but only in Germany. However, when it comes to keyboards, they have been a bit behind the times. After taking ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-12-16
Easy to keep clean, Incredible hotkey setup choices, Easy to use, lightweight software, Heavy key presses make certain that you don't accidentally brush a hotkey and trigger a spell, Doesn't slide around your desk
Heavy, loud button presses for everyday typing with the Black Cherry MX switches installed make typing long documents fatiguing, (You can choose different models with different switches in most stores, so this almost isn't a con)
A new entrant into the gaming keyboard ring for the last quarter of 2013 is the ROCCAT Ryos MK Glow mechanical gaming keyboard. Coming in at an initial MSRP of $139.99, the MK Glow is positioned in the middle of the mechanical gaming pack when it comes to...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-12-02
Sturdy, Cherry MX Black mechanical switches, Versatile onboard macro mapping, Even more versatile mapping can be achieved through the software, 32bit processor 2MB memory keeps the recording and profile switching running smooth, Thumbster keys for the sho...
No USB, No audio in/out, Not very many standalone macros (a problem for some), No separate function keys for media (you could map some to one of the profiles), Price a pretty penny for little to no extras (probably due to the cost of including a processor...
ROCCAT has always been successful in the gaming industry with the trusty mice and keyboards it turns out. In this day and age however, there are tons of companies releasing multiple variations of mechanical keyboards, and ROCCAT wanted to get involved, to...Read more >