Wired 68 Keys Layout
Redragon 65% layout K631 in wired mode meets the user's need for separate arrow keys and extra function keys. 68 keys ultra-compact and lightweight slim design frees up precious desk space for less clutter.
Hot-Swappable Red Switches
Hot-swappable with almost all switch types in the market no matter 3-pin or 5-pin. Quiet basic linear mechanical switches and soft key travel makes every click easy to register. Easy to mod or update it with your wishing preference, no forum researching is required. The transformative innovation with 99.8%+ switches compatible free-mod hot swappable Redragon keyboard is available now.
Vibrant Groovy RGB
Up to 20 preset backlighting modes are free to choose from by the keyboard itself. Brightness and flowing speed are also adjustable on board. New marvelous music sync mode will light up your desktop discotheque vibe, quite a light show to get immersed.
Pro Software Supported
Expand your options using the available software to design your own new modes and effects. Macros with different keybindings or shortcuts for more efficient work and gaming.
Dedicated to FPS Gamer
Place the keyboard properly straight on your desktop and no more crooked way for mouse space-saving, your mouse will never hit the keyboard anymore. Enjoy waving the mouse without any worries and go get that Team Kills.
GAMING KEYBOARDS COMPARISON
This keyboard is really versatile and overall suited for pretty much anything from office work to gaming. Nice customization options with a lot of variations concerning RGB. The size is perfect for a 65 and the keys sound and feel super nice as well. Overall, a great keyboard for daily use, whether that is for work or for gaming.
The keyboard is a great starter if you are new to mechanical keyboards. The RGB effects also look nice and it has a variety of modes.
this keyboard is so good and i love that it comes with a keycap and switches puller and extra switches and keycaps to change the color of them, this keyboard is really amazing, glad to buy one from this website