|ADD LIGHT TO YOUR ARSENAL|
The Ryos MK Pro offers totally customizable, ROCCAT™-enginereed per-key illumination in two convenient modes: smart and manual. This means you can add awesome special effects to your keystrokes, configure your keyboard to highlight your in-game and application key bindings, your modifier keys, your macro sequences and cool downs, your system controls, and much, much more. The included software development kit ensures that only your imagination is the limit.
KEY CONFIGURATIONS TO SUIT EVERY GAME
With the Ryos MK Pro, Easy-Shift[+]™ becomes the completely remappable easy keyboard. Together with the Easy-Shift[+]™ and FN keys, you can assign a secondary key function to virtually every key on the keyboard, to suit every game and key configuration. Add to this the fact that you can store over 500 macros in the keyboard’s flash memory and you’ve got an insanely customizable, fast-acting piece of gaming hardware on your hands.
FIRING ON ALL CYLINDERS WITH N-KEY ROLLOVER
The Ryos MK Pro features ultra-advanced anti-ghosting with n-key rollover. This means that no matter how frenzied your intense gaming sessions get, your keyboard will always register every keystroke – and never let you down.
POWERFUL PROCESSING THAT PACKS A PUNCH
Owing to its whopping two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors, the Ryos MK Pro comes out swinging. Since the secondary MCU handles all of the per-key illumination, not one of the advanced lighting features sacrifices an ounce of performance. And with 2 MB of flash memory to store your configurations, your keyboard will executive all of your keystrokes and macros in real time, without any delay.
KEEP TRACK WITH ROCCAT™ ACHIEVEMENTS DISPLAY
With ROCCAT™ R.A.D. you’ll never miss a trick. Monitor your skills with at-a-glance overviews of important statistics, win awards when you hit crucial milestones – and then show friends on facebook and other social media how excellent you are.
- Keystroke feedback: none
- Force required: 60 g
Hint: The black switch is completely linear, which means it does not provide any keystroke feedback. The switches also require above-average force to be actuated, making them ideal for gamers who want to avoid hitting the wrong key by mistake.