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Redragon K530 Draconic 60% Compact RGB Wireless Mechanical Keyboard, 61 Keys TKL Designed 5.0 Bluetooth Gaming Keyboard with Brown Switches and 16.8 Million RGB Lighting for PC, Laptop, Cell Phone
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|Connectivity Technology||Wired/BT Wireless|
|Number of Keys||61|
|Number of Buttons||61|
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- First Redragon 60% Keyboard - Ultra minimalistic tenkeyless (TKL) design with 61 keys portable layout frees up table space for mouse movement, which offers the purest performance for FPS pro (11.5*3.9*1.4 in).
- Wireless Made Easy - Enjoy the freedom of wirelessness with a Bluetooth 5.0 connection and 3000mAh long-lasting battery capacity. Reliable and fast connects hassle-free with devices such as laptops, tablets, and even phones that support Bluetooth.
- Dual Mode Switch - Easily switch between wireless and wired modes with the mode switch on the side. Included USB-C cable gives you the option to go wired for competitive games.
- Hot-Swappable Brown Switches - Tactile brown switches provide a soft bump, but no click, unlike blue switches for quiet use. Hot-swappable with other Redragon switches. Made to last with switches rated for 50 million keypresses.
- RGB Illumination Builder - 13 Dynamic presets available onboard. Millions of color options and effects make you the designer of your ultimate gear with a pro driver.
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The Unseen Blade is the Deadliest
Meet the FIRST generation of Redragon wireless keyboard designed for users who demand precise and pro-grade gaming and typing performance.
Hot-Swappable Brown Switch
Geared with hot-swappable mechanical switches compatible with most general switches. The brown switch offers low noise and little-bump tactile feedback, master your game to victory.
Magic Functional Side Print
Clear, concise and easy-to-read side-printed characters meet all needs for multiple function keys, compact with functional use.
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- Q: Unable to connect K530 to device(BT4.0 and above) in BT1 mode.
A: Make sure the switch of BT1 is on with red flashing light, long press FN2 + ESC till the backlit of the keyboard twinkle one time quickly. Then you will be able to find "Dracomic-1" in your Bluetooth device list, click it and to pair.
- Q: How MAGIC FN key (CapsLK) works?
A: MAGIC FN key can only be used and programmed with software to FN1 or FN2. For example, set macro FN1 on MAGIC FN key to use ←↑→↓ keys by one hand with pressing CapsLK + WASD.
- Q: How to do keybinding or macro without software?
A: Yes, 6 keys (G1-G6) can be macro on-board (64 keys at maximum). For example, set 000 on G1: press FN2 + 7(Rec) → press FN2 + G1 → press 000 → press FN2 + 7(Rec) to store the keybinding and quit macro mode.
- Q: Does it support multimedia function keys like brightness and volume adjustment on Mac?
A: Sorry that K530 is not compatible with Mac functional combo keys currently.
|K530 Draconic 60%||K630 Dragonborn 60%||K596 Vishnu 80%||K512 Shiva||K585 DITI||K608 Valheim|
|Dimension/size||11.5*3.9 in||11.5*3.9 in||15.2*8.6 in||18.3*8.4 in||10.3*8.5 in||17.1*4.9 in|
|Keyboard Weight||0.61 kg||0.54 kg||1.26 kg||0.95 kg||0.61 kg||0.72 kg|
|Switch Type||Brown Switch||Blue Switch||Red Switch||Membrane||Blue Switch||Brown Switch|
|Connection||Wired/BT Wireless||Wired||Wired/2.4Ghz Wireless||Wired||Wired||Wired|
|Extra G Keys||0||0||10||6||5||0|
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Pros (for me):
Great swithces (browns)
Has macros and a great way to activate shortcuts and other bindings
L shaped type c cable
Great bulid quality
Switches can be swapped very easily
The magic FN thing is just brilliant
Cons (again for me and might not be applicable to you!):
The type c cable is shorter then what i,m used to
There's alot of shortcuts and to FN buttons and sometimes I feel that the keyboard functions in a weird way (like there was this one time that the caps lock button wasn't working if the light was on but worked if it wasn't and the shift and control buttons kept on pressing by them selves after pressing too many function keys in the same time, this only happened once and it may be a problem in Windows it self not the keyboard and it may not)
The caps lock button only flashed a red light when on and no light when off even if the rgb is working they could've find a solution for this rather then just making it off at all the times if you are not pressing the caps lock button
Setting macros is kinda complicated even with software and you might need to read the instructions manual so don't throw it away!.
And that's it but all in all i managed with these problems and the keyboard really deserved its price and is 100% worth it for me.
Were to start:
Picked this little keyboard up to test it out see why everyone raves over 60% keyboards, out of the box I noticed the quality of the product, the same types of keyboards you see going to 100+ dollars from other companies, for cheaper and better. The 3 channel selection is an amazing feature I didnt think I would want but found it very cool to connect with 3 different bluetooth devices and have them connect and able to swap at anytime.
A downside is the usb charge/connection cable is shorter than I would have liked since my setup isnt close enough to use it without an extender. However thats a situation based about my gaming setup not a fault of Redragon. (I dont dock any points off my score for this as I though it was funny and doesnt change the way the keyboard works but a small manufacture defect happend that ended up with the W and A keys being printed incorrectly with the Arrows for the left,and up arrow keys (again this doesnt effect performance and I just got a chuckle and wrote it of as I got a very different keyboard than probably most will) The lighting effects on the RGB are similar to their other products using their software to cycle through lighting options, the rgb is clear and bright enough without having hot spots that accent the keyboard perfectly. The Keys are brown switches meaning you get a softer distinct click than with say blue switches so if noisey keys bother you, these surely wont and they are very very responsive.
Gameplay- On and off the connection cable response time was the exact same, I play games such as R6:Siege and even things like stardew valley and such, I didnt see a difference at all in response time with it on bluetooth or plugged in, meaning it was just as responsive on bluetooth as it was plugged directly into the pc which is amazing no delay just gaming and again for the price...you cant beat that.
Typing: now if you are use to small keyboards typing is fine, however I typically game on a full keyboard with a numpad aswell so it took some time for me to get use to the smaller layout of the keys however thats a personal thing.
Look I could go into every little detail that makes this keyboard awesome but, Just take my word for it, you buy it you wont regret it.
By Lucy Johnson on May 22, 2020
To start things off, I immediately had to replace the "B" switch as it did not work, there goes the spare switch they graciously provide! Key-removal and switch replacement was pretty easy and only took a min or two. Pairing was pretty simple, followed the instructions and it paired right away. Staying connected on the other hand was not simple. I could only move the keyboard ~4-5 feet away before the connection was lost. I bought this keyboard to play games in my living room while relaxing in the recliner. However, I wasn't even able to sit down with this keyboard ~8ft away.
The "Redragon M686 Wireless Gaming Mouse" that I ordered at the same time works fine (it's not bluetooth). In fact, I can use this mouse in my kitchen to surf Youtube (given there is latency operating 20-25' away).
As I stated at the start this keyboard is tiny! Not to say that's bad, but the key selection is a bit weird and there are 2 different function keys. This kinda makes it a PITA to use as you have to look and see which key has the function you want to press, then which function key you have to press to make it happen. At some point during testing it just stopped typing and connecting all together. Maybe it just gave up the ghost after I cursed it so many times.
I would not recommend this product for gaming. It's a big MAYBE if you are sitting close to the Bluetooth source and only use the keyboard to show all the other keyboard warriors on social media, just how big your E-tool is really is. Other than that I would look at other wireless keyboard options.
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Sometimes I wouldn't even jump or just keep walking when I should have stopped a long time ago.
Spent a while researching into drivers and keeping them up to date but still no success. I do notice its a lot better when I leave the boards within 5cm of the antenna (msi wifi b550 board) but its already usually kept within a meter of the thing anyways.
Strange cause I can use it across the room when typing but for gaming it cant even function on my desk. Its diffidently not CPU lag (ryzen 5 5600X), so yea I'm assuming I got a funky model? Would make sense as it loses connection sometimes.
Other then that its quite nice and especially for the price! But again based purely on my experience not for gaming. I know I can plug it in but I would have gotten a wired one if I wanted that...
My First Impression: I really like how the movement allowed by this keyboard when playing games. However, due to the brown switches it’s quite loud which I would say is the only downside. Really good keycaps and feel of pressing them down too. Overall good product and I recommend it to people looking at it
Now However: The keyboard is extremely bad. Keys started activating without me pressing them and it is extremely loud. I'm not sure if this is a common issue but it is definitely possible. Also, some of the keys get quite squeaky too.
Keyboard is very nice at feeling, very minimalistic and beautiiful also BUUTT it has a big PROBLEM-
Bluetooth keeps disconnecting and forgets devieces (i use it on 2 laptops).
Until I re-pare it i cannt use it because it doesnt connect to bluetooth.
I have a dual device bluetooth mouse and it doesnt looses connection ever so the problem is the firmware of the keyboard.
On usb C cable it works flowless but on bluetooth sucks. Im sorry for buying it
I have had a small technical problem with it which Nicole from the Redragon Customer Service department couldn’t have been any more helpful. A new keyboard sent right away.