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Rosewill RIKB-11001

Rosewill RIKB-11001
alaScore 82

37 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Rosewill RIKB-11001. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. People really like the size and durability. The design and price are also mentioned favorably, whereas many are negative about the usability.

price, design, durability, size

usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Rosewill RIKB-11001 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 37 reviews)

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Perfect Flight Simulator Keyboard

 

Superb value for $10.

My home flight simulator had a big bulky keyboard problem. I wanted to Velcro my big keyboard to the base of my Dell 30" monitor, but it required the monitor to be 2" farther away from my face. This of course, causes a reduced apparent screen size....

Keyboard is not back lighted

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Possibly the greatest keyboard I ever owned!

 

I wanted to go without a con on this one and it really is the perfect keyboard, but if the keys wear off, this keyboard may not be for the everyday hardcore typer.

Clicky Keys (Oh how I missed thee) ; Great layout ; Doesn't hurt my wrists as much as previous keyboards) ; Nice layout. It fits in my desk drawer yet did not lose numpad or merge the home/end/arrow/etc. buttons like other low profile keyboards ; Its...

The white Rosewill on my spacebar wore off - as well as the bottom of the N and M. I use this thing very aggressively (I would say around 20,000 keys per day on average) and so far it was only the space bar with N/M keys and only on 1 of 2 of these...

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Nice and sleek, but poor quality

 

Not bad for $10, but the space bar has to work.

Nice keys, very slim design. Most of the keyboard works well

Space bar stopped working within the first day of use. Gets stuck

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Cheap but stiff keys

 

10!

It's cheap and slim

The keys are stiff, especially the space bar, though I can't say I was expecting much from a $10 keyboard

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Piece of junk

 

Absolute piece of junk.

It was cheap, I guess

The keyboard broke within 1 day's use. Use wasn't strenuous either ; I would say that I typed less than 100 strokes on it before the number keys and certain letters just stopped registering

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Some keys stopped working

 

I own keyboards which has been in constant use for more than 8 years and still working fine. What good is a keyboard if the keys stop responding within a year? I have had poor experience with rosewill products. They do not seem to be reliable.

Slim, stylish & price

Some of the keys stopped working /responding after one year. Typing is not comfortable. Very cheaply made

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Not X-Slim Scissor "laptop" style keys

 

I was excited to see an "X-Slim" keyboard being offered by Rosewill at a decent price. Snagged it up to try out. Granted, I'm a bit of a picky keyboard person, but for good reasons. These are not scissor structure X-Slim laptop keys. Most scissors...

Feels decent to type on ; Keys depress with less effort than larger keyboards ; Decent style

NOT X-SLIM Laptop keys! Pulled key off to check the structure. No X-SLIM Scissor structure at all. Just a plane ole membrane ; Keys feel cheap. But price makes up for that I guess

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Worth it.

 

I bought this key board because i was sick of replacing the battery's in my wireless keyboard. I have had it for about a month and it seems to me that it will hold up for awhile. If you are looking for a nice slim keyboard and you treat your things...

Thin ; Light ; Low Pro Keys ; WIRED

Seems to be made out of cheap materials ; Short wire

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Noisy, but good.

 

The lack of adjustable feet isn't a negative for me. How many people sit there and switch between low and high tilt on their keyboards daily? I never have, and have actually had issues with the adjustable legs breaking, and leaving me with a flat-only...

Full keyboard, chiclet design ; Sturdy, and won't slide around ; Volume control, mute, and sleep button

The keys are a bit noisy, but nowhere near as much as a standard style keyboard ; It sometimes misses keystrokes, but that's just because I'm not used to hitting the keys as hard as is necessary all the time. (1 miss in 300-500 keystrokes)

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QC Issues

 

It's comfortable and satisfying to type on. It has no ghosting or response issues at all. But there's no excuse for the product to reach the consumer in this condition. I'd send it back, but it's just not worth the money. Rosewill just needs better...

Chicklet style keys are comfortable to type on ; Very cheap ; Properly arranged (no weirdly shaped or misplaced keys) ; Nice black finish

The entire keyboard is ever-so-slightly bent, but it isn't noticeable in usage ; The # symbol is worn... right out of the box ; The mute key is defective

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