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Rosewill STRIKER RK-6000

alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews of Rosewill STRIKER RK-6000. The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People are impressed by the price, but many are less positive about the design and reliability.


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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Rosewill STRIKER RK-6000 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review (

I would pass.


I would rather of had a cheap keyboard from a flea market than wasted money on this junk.

I like the feel and the key layout.

The W and F key started to mess up after about a month of using it. The right Lift stand broke while tapping back space, within the first month. Cheaply made.

Apr, 2016

Consumer review (

Good Keyboard for the money


- The keys are satisfying to press - The click isn't too loud or too quiet, actually really nice - Its light and doesn't feel easily breakable - A really good keyboard for the money

I have two issues with the keyboard (But I can understand why to keep costs down) - The plastic the chassis is made out of sorta feels cheap, but not like its gonna break. - The light for the CAPS Lock, Scroll Lock, and NUM Lock kind of bleeds into...

Feb, 2016

Consumer review (

Awful product


-just spend the extra $20-30. It is worth it

-Amazing as a paperweight

-All keys do not work. Seems like a major flaw in a KEYBOARD!

Feb, 2016

Consumer review (

Not worth more than its price


- The left arrow key on mine did not work of the time. (normally I don't think that a manufacturing problem is in its place In a review, but it seems to be a more or less common problem with this keyboard looking at the other reviews)

- It's cheap - It's worth what you'll pay for it

- The key layout is wonky (the backslash is beside the backspace ? [btw this is a key that I use a lot, french keyboard]) - It's pretty noisy - The keys fell weird, the actuation point seems to be in a weird spot, it's long, basically I don't like them...

Jan, 2016

Consumer review (

works as it should


I bought this as a Christmas present and it went over great. bought for a first-time mechanical keyboard user and he loves it. sounds great feels great.

works great, low price.

no cons just what I ordered

Dec, 2015

Consumer review (

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.


I received this as a Christmas present. Someone put hard work and effort to make money to buy me this keyboard. Rosewill, on the other hand, did not even attempt to put any effort into this shoddy product, and many of these negative reviews show that...

The num pad works fine.

Literally everything else. Here is a sample text from the Rosewill STRIKER RK-6000 keyboard I received: th ck brwn fx jms vr th lazy dg TH CK BRWN FX JMS VR TH LAZY DG 1234\ !@#$| [];',./{}:"<>? nm ad 1234567890/*-+. 0/10 wrst kybard f all tm END...

Dec, 2015

Consumer review (

Hands down the best keyboard for the money..


Some people complain about the oversized enter key and the smaller backspace key but it does not bother me. If you did any computing at all back in the 80's-90's, the large enter key should feel normal as it was a common feature in the past. Overall,...

It's mechanical! These blue ALPS clone switches feel very close to the Cherry MX blues in the 20+ year old beige AT keyboard I was using with an AT/PS2 adapter. They seem a bit quieter and have a lower pitched "click" noise than my older keyboard had....

My only minor complaint is that the capslock/numlock/scroll lock indicator LED's are quite bright. Piece of gray electrical tape fixed it, I can still easily see them behind the tape and now they don't bathe my entire ceiling in blue in a dark room....

Dec, 2015

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Great Entry-Level Mechanical Keyboard


If you're looking for a cheap mechanical keyboard, don't even hesitate on any others and just buy this one. The only other budget mechanical keyboard I would get would be the $59.99 one that another certain competitor has, as it feels a bit better...

This is my second mechanical keyboard, my first one being a Thermaltake Poseidon Z with Blue switches. I purchased this keyboard for my office, and for the week that I've had it I'm quite impressed with it. The keys respond very well and feel much...

-The plastic key caps and the frame feel like they're a lower quality plastic, but not worth docking an egg over for a $30 keyboard. -Backspace key is fairly small, but it's easy to get used to. -The keys are fairly loud, but it's not a concern to me...

Dec, 2015

Consumer review (

Usually good


Pretty great outside of the N key thing.

The mechanical click is incredibly satisfying. Keys are responsive Feels like I have sped up my typing. Very sturdy, I like that it doesn't move around when typing.

For some reason the N key gets stuck.

Nov, 2015

Consumer review (

Rosewill STRIKER RK-6000


Clean build. Nice sound if you like like loud-ish keyboards. Great for typing.

Sturdy, Heavy. Consistent feel and application through most keys.

I bought this keyboard to play a certain game. When I play I lose key presses (ghosting) There is no question, this is keyboard error. I only lose key strike recognition when i press many keys in a quick sequence. It's unfortunate, because it's an...

Nov, 2015

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