Roccat's first foray into the mechanical keyboard space is a good one, offering up a keyboard that's not only comfortable to use, but also offers enough customization for serious gamers. TweakTown finds the Ryos MK "a real pleasure to use" and PC Mag says "in actual gameplay, the keyboard functioned flawlessly." Roccat included customization software to help tweak your Ryos, and Computer Shopper says it "isn't terribly complicated, but it is very feature-rich and flexible." The basic model Ryos is a solid, affordable option for gamers looking for their first mechanical keyboard. Those with more mechanical keyboard experience, however, might prefer the Pro model -- though the price makes it just a little bit tougher to swallow.
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