|Item model number||K558|
|Item Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.7 x 8.4 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||17.68 x 8.39 x 1.46 inches|
Redragon K558 ANALA RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (LED Multiple Color Backlit)
|Sale:||$46.98 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$20.01 (30%)|
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- Custom DIY Graphic Recording：Player can design LED backlight graphic via FN+9 and 0. Firstly, player has to press fn+9 or 0, and then player should press fn+home. The keyboard backlight graphic can be reset by players.
- ANTI-GHOSTING 104 KEYS Rainbow mechanical keyboard. N-KEY ROLLOVER: it allows player simultaneously operate multiple keys. The mechanical keyboard is constructed with floating keys, blue switches (OUTEMU switch). It gives player high-grade games experience with fast response. Excellent water and Dust Proof with 104 floating keys. Water-resistant with five drain holes.
- Amazing typing background color: K558 comes with 8 different backlight gaming models. Player can alter different gaming light model via FN+ “1”to“9”to realize it. Lock / unlock function for WINDOWS key to avoid miss clicks / distractions during gaming.
- Redragon mechanical gaming keyboard comes with blue switch and ultra-long working durability, Ergonomic design fits for all gamers.
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|Item Dimensions||8.39 x 17.68 x 1.46 in||488.19 x 1,712.6 x 157.48 in||2.76 x 4.72 x 1.54 in||6.6 x 18.9 x 1.4 in||6.77 x 17.2 x 1.5 in||8.54 x 17.62 x 1.55 in|
The K558 ANALA mechanical gaming keyboard is over-engineered and built to take a beating with the features including heavy duty aluminum and ABS construction, plate mounted keys, double-shot injection molded keycaps, high-end switches with mechanical ultra-last springs, crisp and bright LED backlighting, and a splash-resistant design.
Player can press “FN” + Win key to realize windows Key disable. Win/Lock function can avoid player wrong operate, which causes halting action. Redragon committed to deliver credible gaming experience to common players.
Multi-functional media keys:
The one-touch control design can enable player quickly access to volume, mute and media playback without any steps.
Custom DIY Mode：
Player can design LED backlight graphic via FN+9 and 0. Firstly, player has to press fn+9 or 0, and then player should press fn+home. The keyboard backlight graphic can be reset by players.
8 themes switchable backlight colors. 2 DIY backlight themes(FN+9/Fn+0)
4 LED brightness levels
104 standard full anti-Ghosting keys
All non-conflict keys ; 12 multimedia keys
WIN keys can be disabled when gaming ; laser engraved chiclet keycaps
Connector: Gold-plated USB
Keyboard Size: 17.68 x 8.39 x 1.46 inches
Keyboard Weight: 2.8 pounds
Multimedia keys: 12
Material: ABS Aluminum alloy
1x Redragon K558 RGB 104-key mechanical gaming keyboard
1x Usser manual
1x Keycap Puller.
Top Customer Reviews
The RGB lighting itself on this keyboard is the only thing that really let me down enough to not earn that fifth star for a few reasons. The first is that the images that the seller has of they keyboard show that that the top row, tab row, and shift row (The colors are limited to one per row. Not changable) as red. They are not red. They are orange. The second issue I had is that it seems that RGB leds are connected in a poorly designed circuit that drains the power of the row the more that are used. For example. If you take the tab row and setup your keys with only a single key being lit up, it will be bright. But if you decide for any reason to have more than one key in that row lit up, the entire row will get dimmer and dimmer as you use more keys in that row. I don't have my keyboard setup with all the leds on, but it does defeat the purpose of showing off an RGB keyboard that can't power all the leds at their maximum brightness. In my attached photo's, it should be clearly noticable that having a single key on is brighter than having the entire row on (it looks brighter in the pics. In person they are extremely dim even in the dark when there are a lot on at once).
Besides that, this keyboard is pretty amazing for it's value. It looks very pretty and does't detract from my Red/Black theme. It definitely improved my typing efficiency and feels more natural to use. If you are on a tight budget or don't want the popular name brands and want an RGB keyboard and are Ok with the single color per row limitations, I would say pick it up. This keyboard is really great for its value and I doubt there is anything within its price range that can really compete.
Also, it has 8 preset lighting settings that are switched between using the fn + number keys (1-8) and has two customizable modes when using fn + (9 or 0). Customizing is super easy to do and there is no special software needed for any of this. It is ready to go, plug and play which is awesome. The keyboard does a cool animation when your PC does its initial boot and it has loads of animations that can be switched between by hitting fn + Ins. There are three brightness settings that can be adjusted using fn + (up or down arrow keys) and animation speeds of the special lighting modes can be adjusted using fn + (left or right arrow keys).
Works great. LED's aren't as bright as I'd like when they are all on at once. Buy it.
The keyboard is highly responsive and it just has a very clean feel to the keyboard. I enjoy the clicks of the MX blue switches much more than I do the MX brown switches. I have a Logitech G710 that I was using before I got this keyboard, and I can honestly say that I like the feel of this keyboard way more. The build quality of this item is very nice, it feels like a very sturdy keyboard and it is very easy to clean. The keyboard comes with its own key grabber so that you can take the keys out and clean the keyboard very extensively.The RGB functionality of this keyboard is great and I like the different modes that there is on this keyboard. If i had one complaint it would be that you cannot switch up the colors of the RGB they are all preset, If that is not the case I cannot figure out the functionality of it because there wasn't really any directions that came with the keyboard. but for under 50$ who can complain? Overall I am very satisfied with the keyboard and I would definitely recommend it.
Cons: can't change the keys to one solid color
I've been playing with this for a bit over a week. So far it's great. Key clicks are satisfying, seems like good solid construction even on par with the razer keyboards I've had. Several gaming modes for different types of games, only lights the keys mostly used for these games. Doesn't require an app to manage color schemes or creating macros. I would recommend this if you're wanting decent quality at a smaller cost than most gaming peripheral brands. I have a redragon mmo (perdition) mouse and between these two I'm convinced I don't have to spend the money on razer products anymore.
1. It's cheap
2. Build material is a sturdy plastic and feels like it's gonna last
3.has a small hexagonal pattern at the palm rest
(Could be a con but not one for me)
1. The cord isn't Braided but Is not a big problem
2. The keyboard only has 9 presets so not too much customization
That pretty much my review of this keyboard I would say get this instead of the k555 because it has the same features for a cheaper price
UPDATE: been using it for about 4 months now and the "A" Key doesn't register instantly you have to press it a few times but for a keyboard this cheap not too bad