We’ve known Armaggeddon for quite some time now – and yes, they currently hold the status for one of the best budget mechanical keyboard with RGB lighting out there – the MKA-11R, which we also reviewed it here. Personally I loved that keyboard way more than I should. That keyboard has aged, and it is now replaced by the brand new MKA-9C Psychraptor mechanical keyboard. How does it fare compared to that keyboard?
First and foremost – the packaging as usual. You can check out our triple-treat unboxing right here for that.
A quick rundown on what’s written on the box itself:
- Kailh switches rated at 50 million keystrokes
- 6 different backlight colours
- 5 customizable light setting
- Adjustable backlight effects on key button
- Multimedia keys with built-in programming
- Aluminium backplate
- 1.8 meters braided cable
Inside the box there isn’t much to see at all. There is some nice foam around the keyboard itself for protection, Other than that, there aren’t any sort of paperwork except for one small piece of paper explaining on how to customize the backlight effects.
For the unit that I’ll be reviewing though is the Kailh Blue switch.