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    Ultra Thin Wired Mechanical Keyboard

    Slim Compact 61 Keys RGB Gaming Keyboard

    Redragon K614 Anivia low profile keyboard featuring a brand new slim design with low profile quiet red switches (30% reduced height to 11mm), ultra-thin keycaps (50% lower to 4mm) and 8.5 mm lite-thin board.

    60% On-The-Go Type 60 Keyboard

    Standard 60% compact layout with 14.8 oz lightweight combo, makes it a perfect fit to on-the-go use. Save your luggage space and weight, terrifically suitable with portable laptops.

    60 low profile keyboard
    Redragon K614 Anivia 60% Ultra Thin Wired Mechanical Keyboard

    No-Compromise Practicality

    Sacrifice the extra 40% keys doesn't means the 40% wasted practicality. Excluding the cutted numpad , most function keys including arrow keys can be triggered by FN key combos.

    Immersive Gaming Backlight

    Geared with preset 20 fascinating backlit modes, you will never get tired of the illuminations. The palette function will fastly retract your bored mood with right vibe defined by yourself.

    Slim Compact 61 Keys RGB Gaming Keyboard
    low profile mechanical keyboard switch

    Low Profile Mechanical Switches

    Low profile designed throughout the whole keyboard from the bottom board, middle red mechanical switches and the top keycaps aim to shorten the distance to actuation as much as possible.

    Features

    Slim Compact 61 Keys RGB Gaming Keyboard
    Low Profile Linear & Quiet Red Switches
    Double-Shot Keycaps for Fast & Accurate Actuation
    Professional Software
    RGB Backlit

    Design

    Keyboard Size295*104*20 mm
    Item Weight421g
    SwitchesLow Profile Red Switches
    Keyboard ConnectivityWired
    Matrix 61 Keys (Full Rollover)
    USB Connector USB 2.0

    Package Included

    1 x Redragon K614 gaming keyboard
    1 x Detachable USB Type-C Cable
    1 x User Manual

    Software Download

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
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    Pako St

    So, here is a quick summary of the keyboard - it's small, it doesn't use batteries and the layout is good :)

    I like the hot-swappable switches and would love to see replacements available in the Western markets (so far I've tracked compatible ultra-low profile switches to blibli.com for Indonesian market).

    There is something about the design of the PCB that causes coil whine from a column of RGB components in the middle - the brighter the setting, the more audible the whine is. The good is that pretty much every noise masks it and that it's not a pesky high pitch coil whine. The bad about it - I don't know if replacements would ever resolve the problem. I'm not an engineer so take my view here with large dose of scepticism. I do believe it's design issue and not faulty component.

    The caps lock LED is on the side which could be improved as you can't see it without turning your head - the color being red doesn't help much either. I believe the wireless version available in the Philippines has this resolved - Elise K615P. As veeery infrequent user of Caps Lock - I don't mind, I take a focused look on my other keyboards as well.

    Now lets switch to why I got this keyboard and figuring out if it's good for my purposes :)

    It's small - really small compared to even TKL alternatives (Logitech G915 TKL/ Redragon K621). The available desk space savings are more than noticeable.

    The keys themselves have a mate finish with secondary functionality (or like the logo on the spacebar) feeling like axtra layer of plastic. It took me about a couple of days to get to the feeling (coming from already glossy from use keyboard) and I can't complain here. Spacing is tight and the low profile has overall "flush" feeling that takes a bit of getting used to - after the initial adjustment period, I find it very pleasant to use.

    The detachable USB-C connection! Oh, yes! For a budget minded product, that's a great feature. The keyboard comes with provided L shaped USB-C to USB-A cable. I like the right side port and it fits well with my setup - could be different if you are left handed.

    The layout, just like any other 61 key kb, will be filled with shotcuts and combos. The chosen option to have the arrows keys on WASD is natural and works out great for me.

    There is 1 stage for raising the keyboard - that works good for me but ymmv.

    The LEDs are nice and bright with plenty of presets. I haven't dabbled much with customization but I would like to point out something for it - all is done through the keyboard! You aren't reliant on software that may not be compatible with your OS (if you are on Mac or Linux) and that is amazing! I would love to see more of this in every product. If Redragon can facitate QMK firware support, there is no reason why this little and affordable keyboard can't compete with far larger comptetitors :)

    Disassembly - an absolute breeze! Same size phillips head screws, pretty much all of the components are available at the back of the PCB with only the LEDs needing removal of the switches and front plate. I can see this keyboard as something that will outlast almost every other component in my setup. As long as replacement switches are brought to the western market of course :)

    A big shoutout to Skye from the support team for bearing with me and the number of questions I've had with this keyboard and the TKL621 :) Give that person a raise! ;)

    Is this keyboard for you? I would say - yes, it's a great affordable option if you look for very compact keyboard with wired connection in the long term.
    It's not without it's faults - some may be a deal breaker for individuals yet the price and features make it a very compelling option.

    I'm leaving 4 stars because the keyboard isn't for everyone given it's size and peculiarities. I do like it very much and would love to see Redragon moving in the same direction when it comes to repairability and usefulness without the need of a software suite to take advantage of the features the device provides.

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    brett

    First off, this is not really a gaming keyboard - one of things that it leaves off to achieve the smaller size (without sacrificing much in the way of per key size) are the dedicated arrow keys. You access the arrow keys with the Fn key held down and the WASD keys - so you can't play a game that needs both at the same time easily. No, this is more meant to have a mechanical RGB keyboard on the go. And at that, it excels. It's quiet for a mechanical keyboard with red/linear switches. The RGB is easy to configure without software (it uses Fn hot keys) and not super bright, but easy to see the keys in a dark room. I just went to a static blue that I'm fond of and kept it there through my testing.

    The included cable is USB-A to USB-C and is right angle on the USB-C to make it so that it doesn't stick out from the side of they keyboard where the port is. You can also use a USB-C to USB-C cable (or any USB-C cable it seems) if you prefer, though if it's not right angle, you will have it sticking out of the left side of the keyboard.

    In typing tests, it did take me a few hours to get used to the keyboard - I do switch between keyboards a lot and this took me just a few extra minutes to get used to but once I did, I was able to type at my normal speed with good feel, particularly compared to normal laptop membrane style keyboards. It's not as good as a full desktop style mechanical keyboard (even one that uses the same red linear switches) but that's mostly due to slightly less travel and lower key caps which you could expect in a travel keyboard.

    Price is reasonable for something like this and it does seem fairly sturdy like you could take it with you - I would recommend a case of some sort to protect it so that it doesn't get too banged up, but it probably could survive without one.

    All in all, not a bad keyboard if you can live with the layout they've chosen - mostly the lack of dedicated arrow keys.

    S
    Sydney Kereliuk

    I have limited desk space for my work setup. This small keyboard gives me all the functionality I need without taking up too much space. The keys themselves are full sized, but there is no number pad.

    The build quality is satisfactory for the price. The use of USB-C makes it easy to customize cords if you want to co-ordinate your setup.

    The switches are hot-swappable and the package comes with a few replacements. They seem to be similar to the Cherry MX low profile switches. I plan to grab a pack of TTC low profile blue switches to see if I can make some of the keys more clicky.

    I would love to see this product come in an option for blue switches out of the box, but overall I'm fully satisfied with my purchase.

    KEYBOARD SWITCHES COMPARISION
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    Title
    Hear Keystroke
    Operation Style
    Operation Force
    Actuation Point
    Total Travel Distance
    Life Span (Keystrokes)
    Sound Level
    Suitable For
    Low Profile Red
    Linear
    45±10gf
    1.2mm
    3.0mm
    50 million
    Quiet
    Office/Gaming
    Low Profile Blue
    Tactile
    55±10gf
    1.2mm
    3.0mm
    50 million
    Clicky
    Typist
    Low Profile Brown
    Tactile
    45±10gf
    1.2mm
    3.0mm
    50 million
    Soft
    Office/Gaming

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