ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Price in Hong Kong & Specs

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Cheapest ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,175.00

The ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,175.00 from Amazon. ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro price details are updated November 2018.

ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Price Guide

Price List by Country for ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 1,175.00 HK$ 1,175.00
Indonesia IDR 910.000 HK$ 481.00
Malaysia MYR 821.20 HK$ 1,533.00
Philippines PHP 13,453.00 HK$ 1,987.00
Singapore SGD 206.90 HK$ 1,175.00
Thailand THB 4,990 HK$ 1,186.00
Vietnam VND 2.889.000 HK$ 974.00

ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelRyos MK Pro
DateOct 2013
Device interfaceUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Connectivity technologyWired
Keyboard form factorStandard
Keyboard styleStraight
Numeric keypadYes
Colour of productBlack
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro
Reviewed on 2015-01-06
ROCCAT is a well-known manufacturer of gaming peripherals and equipment with a notable global market presence. The company was founded in 2007 in Germany and today they also have offices in Taiwan and the US. With a strong focus of the company on gaming k...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-22
When you're on the path to becoming a power user, you begin to notice certain things that the average person might not. One of those is the difference between typing on a sweet mechanical keyboard with luxurious key action versus pounding away on a run-of...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
In a world of emerging touchscreen devices, the keyboard is still the main input device for a “traditional” PC. Comfort, ease of use and features; not gimmicks, make up a great keyboard. I know personally I switch out my GPU more than I do my keyboard. I ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-30
ROCCAT is a name that hasn't been around very long but is gaining popularity very quickly due to their extensive selection of feature-packed peripherals. I reviewed their excellent Ryos MK Glow mechanical keyboard not too long ago and I loved it. Today I'...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-12
customization options are alltime great (EasyShift[] & FN key), ROCCAT Talk feature, extremely wellbuilt/solid device, looks as tough as it actually is, black Cherry MX switches, dual purpose dynamo (gaming and performing tasks), backlighting options, ind...
“thumbster” keys could use improvement, passthrough ports should be USB 3.0, feet barely change angle/stance
The Ryos MK Pro is not the only model of mechanical keyboard that ROCCAT has released. There are two other models, the MK Glow and the MK, each looking almost identical to the MK Pro, but not quite as feature-packed and are, therefore, less expensive. Als...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-04
Last year, I reviewed a Roccat keyboard and it wasn't the greatest. Let's see if this year things get any better.I'm taking a look at the Ryos MK Pro, which doesn't appear to be brand new, but is still the company's "flagship" gaming keyboard. After a co...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-09
Comfortable keys and wrist res, Robust softwar, Attractive lighting
Sticky typin, Difficult to record macro, Too expensive for what it does
Whether gamers simply like or love the Roccat Ryos MK Pro ($170) comes down to what they expect from a gaming keyboard. While the device is a phenomenal gaming tool, offering a robust suite of features for every genre, it can't match some of its competito...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-20
Mechanical keyboard. Has choice of four key switch styles. Individually backlit keys. Smudge-reducing finish. Dozens of programmable options. Customizable lighting modes. Built-in USB and audio pass-through connections.
Blue is your only choice for backlight. Built-in wrist rest is bulky, can't be removed
Roccat has been making a name for itself in the gaming peripheral market for some time, with well-made mice and keyboards that share functionality between devices and offer unique features for less. Carrying this principle forward is the Roccat Ryos MK Pr...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-17
All keys can have primary and secondary function remapped (except Escape key), Individual backlit key control and LED brightness control, Cherry MX Brown Switches, Integrated wrist rest, Integrated USB and audio ports, Easy Shift[] and ROCCAT Talk allow f...
Very heavy keyboard, Expensive enthusiast solution, Rubber feet don't grip as well as I would like, Height adjustment doesn't make enough difference to keyboard angle, Blue is your only color option
PC Gaming is not dead, it's just that there isn't as much innovation happening to steal the headlines. Tablets, Laptops and Consoles are taking the limelight. Sure they're great for intermittent gaming but can't really compete with the ultimate solution –...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-08
I have a confession to make: I've never used a mechanical keyboard. I know... how have I played PC games all these years and not tried a mechanical keyboard. But that all changed when I got the Roccat Ryos MK Pro. After already reviewing the Roccat Isku F...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-26
Dauntingly customizable, You get excellent Cherry MX switches in whatever flavor you'd like
Overly expensive compared to the competition
A few months ago, I took Roccat's Isku FX gaming keyboard for a spin. It's pretty nice! You can reprogram many of the keys, set up all manner of timers and macro commands, and press letters to make words in relative comfort. The price was fair, too—you ca...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-31
Excellent build quality, Amazingly customisable, Useful macro and thumb-keys
Expensive, Dauntingly customisable, Very thick braided cable
Hardcore gamers. Full-time typists. People with a fair bit of disposable income. These are the target markets for Roccat's high-end gaming peripherals, including the $229 Ryos MK Pro, an incredibly well constructed and fully featured mechanical keyboard...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-18
Carries over the sturdy and comfortable Isku FX design, Mechanical keys are a significant improvement over membrane
Retains non-removable wrist rest and Easy Shift [+] key from Isku FX, RGB LEDs replaced with blue ones, High price
When we looked at Roccat's Isku FX, we liked the robust design and customisation of the gaming keyboard. However, the fact it was membrane-based meant it was unable to directly compete with upper range mechanical keyboards like the Gigabyte Aivia Osmium. ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-12
Until recently, the most common gaming keyboards were what's known as ‘full-travel membrane' keyboards, which are still popular outside of gaming. Underneath each key is a rubber dome, with a capacitive core at its centre. When the user pushes the key, th...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-30
Dimensions, System Requirements & Package ContentsAs this is a mechanical keyboard, it's been designed for speed which it is but for us, it boasts some amazing illumination effects for each and every key. In terms of design, the Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Key...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-18
When I walked in to see ROCCAT last year at CES, there was product introduction for their various products like mice, gaming keyboards, and mouse pads. What really sticks out in my mind after all that? It was when we were led into another room in the suit...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Over the past year the trickle of Mechncical keyboards has become a flood, with increasing numbers of products all vying for one's attention. Roccat's latest offering sits at the premium end of the range, available with a variety of switch types and packi...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Easy to clean, Amazing hotkey and macro setup options, Simple, clean and easy to use software, Won't slide around on your desk, Can be used as a weapon as it is so heavy, Lighting effects may be gimmicky, but they are very cool
Loud keypresses, A fair bit more expensive that the MK Glow for extra lighting/switch options,
For the last month, I've been using a new keyboard on my workstation and then dragging it over to my test machine to do a little gaming. They keyboard that has made countless trips back and forth is the ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro keyboard and I'm pounding this ke...
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