I reviewed the JamesDonkey RS4 back in June of this year, I was impressed with it, and it can easily compete with the popular range of Keychron keyboards. I later reviewed the JamesDonkey RS2, and it is the keyboard I have used daily since then, so they are a brand that I personally like.
James Donkey RS4 Summary
This is an 87-key tenkeyless mechanical keyboard that has a multimedia knob on the left edge of the keyboard.
The keys are RGB backlit, and they use the Gateron Pro Yellow 2.0 switches. These are super smooth linear switches that come factory lubed for soft acoustics. I traditionally preferred clicky keys, but I switched to the RS2 because I found that linear keys are faster and easier to type with, which improved my productivity.
In my review, I accidentally listed it as a hot-swappable design, but it appears I was wrong (the RS2 is).
There are three methods of connection, Bluetooth, wireless 2.4GHz, USB Type-C wired connections. When used with a wireless connection, there is a 4000mAh battery, but they don’t list the battery life.
You can buy it from Mech Keys, and it will cost you $86.99, including shipping, which is quite a bit cheaper than when I reviewed it. Alternatively, you can try and win it for free below!
James Donkey RS4 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Giveaway
To be clear, this is a review sample, so it has been used. I still have the box, so it is as new.
To enter, please follow me on Twitter (@mighty_gadget) or Instagram (mighty.gadget) and leave a comment below stating your Twitter/Insta handle and why you would like to win the James Donkey RS4. You can follow both social accounts, but you don’t have to.
I will announce the winner on the 5th of January.
I will then aim to post it out within a week of the winner providing me with the contact details.
This is for the UK only.
I am a UK tech blogger and have been in the industry for over ten years now, running Mighty Gadget and its sister sites and contributing to other sites around the web. I am passionate about all tech, including computers/networking, mobile, wearables, and smart homes. I am also a fitness fanatic, being both a keen runner and cyclist, so I cover as much fitness tech as possible.