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12 Days of Christmas! - The Keyboard that Lights the Way

By James Lu - on 16 Dec 2013, 10:50am

12 Days of Christmas! - The Keyboard that Lights the Way

Roccat Ryos MK Pro

Roccat Ryos MK Pro

Mechanical keyboards are often very similar to each other - in fact, many are just rebranded OEM models - but Roccat's Ryos MK Pro is something quite special. The keyboard is available in the four most popular types of Cherry MX mechanical switches: black, blue, brown and red and offers a large, comfortable wrist rest and plenty of easily accessible macro keys.

But what really sets it apart from other mechanical keyboards is its customizable per-key illumination back lighting that lets every single key be customized and configured to light up individually. This is an incredibly helpful feature that can be used to highlight in-game and application key bindings, or to notify you of available cooldowns and macro conditions. Essentially, you can set up the keyboard to notify you when you're supposed to hit a key, and have it light up a visual aid to remind you to do so.

For more information on the Ryos MK Pro, read our full review!

Guess the Next Day’s Gift Suggestion and Stand a Chance to Win One!

That’s right, we've got hints packed at the end of our daily Christmas gift suggestions and it’s up to you to guess what the next gift suggestion might be. This routine will take place every day leading up to Christmas and HardwareZone Members (residing in Singapore) who get the most number of correct guesses will stand a chance to win one of these gifts! We won’t reveal the prizes so as not to spoil the suspense of gift ideas coming up :)

Riddle Me This: What is the Next Gift Suggestion? (Contest Hint)

Our next 12 Days of Christmas Gift suggestion is an active noise cancelling in-ear earphones launched this year that offers Quiet Comfort. Now, what could it be?

Post your ANSWER in our Discussion Thread!

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