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Royal Kludge RK71 71 Keys Dual Mode RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard US$52.99 (A$75.46) Delivered @ Banggood AU


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  1. Small size super compact mechanical keyboard with 71 keys. With separate arrow keys, suitable for office and home use. The 71-key compact layout makes it ideal for reducing space;
  2. 18 RGB backlight modes, 8 monochrome backlight modes, 5 full color backlight modes. These patterns are more enjoyable when you're playing games or typing at night.
  3. The keyboard has a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, the standby time is up to 360 hours and 10 hours for continually working time, it takes 3 hours to fully charge;
  4. Wireless mode, 1 minute no operation, keyboard backlight automatically off, 5 minutes no operation, the keyboard into standby mode. 10 minutes no operation, enter deep sleep mode. You can press any key to wake up the keyboard;

Package Included:

1 * Royal Kludge RK71 71 Keys Dual Mode bluetooth 3.0 + USB Wired RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
1 * USB Cable

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