Hot-Swap Free-Mod PCB Socket
The transformative innovation with 99.8%+ switches compatible free-mod hot swappable Redragon keyboard is available now. The unique exclusive structure design of the socket makes the switch mounting easier and less wobbling.
Hot-Swappable Custom Linear Switches
Hot-swappable with almost all switch types in the market no matter 3-pin or 5-pin. Quiet custom linear mechanical switches and the softer key travel makes every click easy and faster to register. Easy to mod or update it with your wishing preference, no forum researching is required.
Geared with Redragon's innovative tri-mode connection technology, USB-C wired, BT 3.0/5.0 & 2.4Ghz wireless modes which make the user experience upgraded to another level in all fields.
Translucent Base & USB-C & USB-A In One
Innovative crystal transparent board, let the light shine through the keyboard and makes the RGB effort more fabulous. K631 SE upgraded the standard USB-C to USB-C wired cable to a 2 in 1 wired cable (with both USB-C/A jacks). Make the wired connection more easier and convenient with your devices.
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.
GAMING KEYBOARDS COMPARISON
Good experience. i like it
I've tried 2 other Reddragon keyboards before settling on this.
1) the 'regular' K631pro (red switches and red keys)
2) the K530 pro 'draconic' (brown switches)
In my opinion this keyboard is superior to both in feel and sound.
The keycaps here are double shot whereas the others are single and really feel thin by comparison (they are thinner in fact as are single layer plastic). Somehow there is less movement in the cap than on the other 2, so it's far more stable and consistent across the keyboard.
But the most amazing part is that this is exactly the same price as the others - I'm just pleased I found it as it wasn't showing as a 'similar product' or in any searches - I had to search for this specific model to find it, and I'm glad I did :-)
Of course it's my subjective opinion, the red switches in the regular K631 are more clicky which some may prefer, but for my tastes this feels really solid, with a deeper key sound and has better stability and overall feel yet still has all of the wireless functionality and RGB of the other 2.
I was looking for something for my iPad but I am now using this for my main pc too. I wanted a good quality keyboard that was small, lightweight and portable so I could touch type….but i also needed the arrow keys. I have had this for a couple of weeks and it seems great. There are a ton of features that sound amazing so I will playing around with this for a long time to come perhaps. With the lights on it is easy to find the special keys in low light. I really like the usb port on the side because I can push it right up to the iPad, laptop etc. The keyboard can sometimes sleep a bit too fast but this helps the battery last for weeks. The wonderfully difficult choice now is which key caps to buy to make it my own. Mine came with us keys but I know where pound and quotes are so not a problem for a uk user in uk keyboard mode.
Pretty interesting product from Redragon. I was immediately impressed by the typing feel. These linear switches are incredibly smooth and the keyboard overall has a fun poppy/thocky sound and feel. I do not hear a single bit of rattle from any of the stabilizer keys, normally at this product level I would expect some rattle. Everything sounds really good. The switches are the highlight of this product. Very fun typing experience. I don't think there is any foam or anything internally like many boards have these days for sound dampening, but it sounds completely fine without.
The board does feel really light weight. It might give you the impression of cheapness at first, but once you place it on a desk, it doesn't matter. It doesn't move around or feel cheap at that point. And if you ever wanted to travel with a keyboard, it would be a benefit that this is nice and light.
Keycaps are fine, not amazing nor terrible. I think they are ABS, I always prefer PBT, but these seem okay for now. The outer transluscent case looks very nice, feels sturdy enough, some flex if you really press on the center of the board, but nothing you notice from normal typing. The same LEDs lighting the keys shine through the sides and back of the case a bit and makes a nice effect. The quality and amount of RGB effects is on par with many other boards I have had. Could be a tiny bit brighter at maximum but it is good enough.
Redragon deserves credit for the new hot swap sockets. Previously you were limited to certain switches like Otemu or Akko, they say this socket will now accept all switches. I haven't tried it yet but it is great that they improved this. (But the stock switches are so good, it's a feature you may not need!)