Royal Kludge RK71 Wireless Triple Mode (Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz and Wired)

(1 customer review)

 4,400 (inc. GST)

SKU: GNPC-RK71 Categories: , , ,
  • Compact minimalistic layout with 71 keys
  • Hot-swappable PCB
  • DIY Software Supports
  • 1000mAh Long-lasting & Abundant Battery
  • Supports Triple Modes with Bluetooth (3 devices), 2.4Ghz and Wired
  • Full RGB support
  • Key Life: 50 million times
  • Keycap Type: ABS Double Shot Keycaps


This product comes with 1 year warranty on manufacturing defects*

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      Win+Mac Design for All Users
      Press FN + A/S to easily switch between Windows and Mac devices, detailed Windows+Mac layout meets the needs of each user to work efficiently or gaming/working status switching.
      10 Keys Anti-Ghosting in BT Mode
      Triggering 10 keys instantly in wireless mode is available and full keys rollover with the cable connected. You can register as many keys as you can press at once without missing out characters in different modes.
      Supports full anti ghosting

      Ergonomic 8° Angle or Add a Pad Foot
      The tested comfortable Ergonomic 8°angle might not meet every users’ need, so we give them another options to choose. Add a magnetic pad foot or not, is up to your definition of comfort.
      Weight 0.9 kg
      Dimensions 35 × 15 × 5 cm

      Black, White


      RK Brown, RK Red


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      1 review for Royal Kludge RK71 Wireless Triple Mode (Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz and Wired)

      1. Lalfakzuala (verified owner)

        Here we go. I’ve just received this earlier today. My initial reaction on my first keypress was that these RK Red switches are quite scratchy and the keycaps sound quite thin as well. When I first plugged in the keyboard to my PC, my keypresses were not registering properly. I thought the keyboard was defective and contemplated asking for a replacement, but I unplugged and re-plugged the cable and the keypress issue went away, so everything seems to be working fine now. Lets hope it stays that way.

        The stabilizers are okay, nothing special. The spacebar rattles a lot. The software, however, is my biggest issue. The one provided on the RKGaming website does not run, and the one I found on Reddit provided by someone else needs a firmware update to work. But the problem is that updating the firmware can apparently cause issues like F11 and F12 not working or Fn key not registering. It also allegedly does not support custom RGB settings in wireless mode. So I dare not try that, in case the firmware update is irreversible. Thus, I opted not to use the software at all.

        Overall, I guess you get what you pay for with this keyboard. Its a decent entry-level option for a decent price. But I’m not blown away in any way. I have the SK61 that I bought from this site a couple of months ago, and that felt like a better deal than this when taking into account their prices and build quality.

        5-Stars to GenesisPC for the quick and timely delivery.
        3-Stars to the RK71. If it had better quality switches and keycaps, I would have given it 5.

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