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Redragon K551-R Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Blue Switches Vara 104 Keys Numpad Tactile USB Wired Computer Keyboard Steel Construction for Windows PC Games (Black Rainbow LED Backlit)
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- MECHANICAL GAMING KEYBOARD - BLACK VERSION; 104 Keys Compact Mechanical Gamimg Keyboard with Custom Mechanical Feeling Keyboard Switches (Cherry MX Blue equivalent). Designed for longevity with greater durability and responsiveness. The Mechanical Keyboard Keys offer medium resistance, crisp but a quieter click sound, and precise tactile feedback for ultimate typing and gaming performance. The switches are of the highest quality, tested for 50 million keystrokes
- RAINBOW LED BACKLIT MECHANICAL USB GAMING KEYBOARD; 8 different Game Modes, 2 user defined Game Modes, 6 colors, multiple brightness levels, adjustable breathing speed and breathing mode The Illuminated keyboard has Double-shot injection molded keycaps offering crystal clear uniform backlighting and lettering that doesn't scratch off. The perfect mechanical keyboard for office or home use. Comes WITH separate number keypad
- ERGONOMIC DESIGNED PC GAMING KEYBOARD; The steel series mechanical game keyboards features a Compact Ergonomic Design and a High Quality Durable Metal-ABS Construction with Plate-mounted mechanical keys and switches that stand up even during the most testing marathon gaming sessions like league of legends, steam, Fortnite, PUGB, Overwatch, Call of Duty and other FPS Games
- ANTI GHOSTING GAMING KEYBOARD FOR PC; ALL 104 mechanical keys are conflict free (n-Key Rollover) for ultimate Gaming performance. Featuring, 12 multimedia keyboard keys and a Non-Slip Ergonomic, splash-proof Design. Comes with gold-plated High-Speed corrosion free USB gaming keyboard connector for a reliable connection
- PC GAMING KEYBOARD COMPATIBILITY: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, Limited Mac OS keyboard support. Works well with all major Computers Brands and Gaming PCs MSI, Dell, Corsair, Alienware, Razor, Xbox One, Asus and others
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The Mechanical Gaming Keyboard features a Solid Aircraft-grade Aluminium and ABS construction, plate mounted keys, double-shot injection moulded keycaps, high-end switches with mechanical ultra-lasting springs. High-Speed USB cable with gold-plated corrosion free USB connector for a reliable connection which will stand up to fast hardcore gaming.
The Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
* LED Rainbow Backlighting
* 8 different Game Modes plus 2 user defined Game Modes
* 17 different Backlighting Modes
* 6 different Backlight colors (Red, Blue, Orange, Green, Yellow, Purple)
* Double-shot injection molded keycaps with lettering that doesn't scratch off
* Sturdy Keyboard Base made off Aircraft-grade Aluminum
* Compact space saving design with 104 Full Size keys
* All 104 keys are 100% conflict free, anti-ghosting
* Custom mechanical switches designed for gaming with greater durability and responsiveness
* Mechanical keys with medium resistance and crisp tactile bump feedback
* 12 Multimedia keys combined with FN keys
* WIN key can be disabled
* For Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP
What's in the box
* Keyboard (Black Version)
* Keycap puller
* User guide
* Warranty card
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Keys: The buttons are easy to press. They make a loud click, which can be good or bad, depending on whether you enjoy loud clicks. It is certainly good for letting people in other rooms know you are typing. As for the "mechanical keys", it seems like a gimmick. I can feel each click and I get plenty of audible feedback, even with headphones. I can't really say they make typing a better experience than do membrane keyboards, but they are no worse. There is a lot of travel when pressing the keys, and you can repress them without letting them reset.
This keyboard has a 10-key number pad, which was an important feature for me. The key layout seems pretty standard. The function keys (F1-F12 using the FN key) are a nice way to get those functions and save space, although I could see some users preferring the dedicated volume and media buttons. Being able to lock out the Windows key is also a good idea.
Lighting: It's great. I paid a little extra for RGB, and I'm glad I did. I like the different lighting settings, although I only use a couple of them. They seem plenty bright with and without room lighting, and I like having the ability to pick from a selection of colors, or have multiple colors spread across the keys. I was slightly disappointed because I saw a video review where it was possible to set different colors for individual keys, for example, having the arrow keys stand out with yellow lighting while the rest of the keys are green. That feature does not seem available in the current version. (See edit below!)
Gaming: I mostly play flight simulators and driving games. For driving, I prefer a controller. For flying, I prefer the keyboard, and this one does well. I tried using the keyboard for GTA: San Andreas, but I was not so impressed, mostly because of the long travel of the keys that led to inconsistent resets when pressing the same key multiple times.
EDIT: I randomly found the answer to the customization per key issue. To enter the customization mode, you use FN plus the ~ key (actually `, but that could be mistaken for ' if I didn't explain). Once there you can use FN plus right arrow to select a color and then each key you press will be that color. As for the key travel and reset issue, I am adjusting to it.
EDIT 2: I have not only adjusted to the mechanical keys, I am loving them. Membrane keyboards annoy me now. I never would have expected that to happen. The clicking is a little loud, but I can live with it. In fact, I've edited the rating to 5 stars.
+Sturdy metal build, high quality feel
+LED is beautiful, has breathing / brightness options
-Very loud, switches are more like green
-KEY CHATTER - many people reported this same issue; after a bit, certain keys started to register multiple times with one key stroke or not register at all (like the A key, while gaming. Kind of important...) I bought some quick dry electronics contact cleaner and sprayed it in the switch and it's working correctly again, so the problem must be related to some dust / dirtiness in the switches. Since so many people have the same problem, I'm thinking there's some issue with their factory / assembly. Needs to be addressed.
Now that I've fixed it, I'm liking it again and using it, but I wouldn't risk that again. A friend of mine got a similarly priced eagletec mechanical keyboard and hasn't had issues.