RGB Gaming Keyboard with 5 Dedicated Macro Keys
5 dedicated macro keys make it possible to have five separate and unique macros. Recording macros can be done on the fly without any additional software. Easy and simple for daily use.
RGB Backlight & RGB Side Lights
18 backlight models allow you to type in the dark. You can adjust its brightness with a control wheel or FN + Up/Down. 5 modes of RGB side edge lighting. The color of each key lighting on the keyboard can be customized easily without installing software, a great choice to DIY your stylish keyboard.
Dedicated Media Controls
The multimedia controls let you quickly play, pause, skip the music right from the keyboard without interrupting your game. Also, designed with a volume/backlight adjust the wheel, it's easy to adjust volume or backlight brightness directly with the wheel in the upper right side of the keyboard. Very convenient and cool looking.
Tactile Brown Switches
Brown switches have a tactile bump without the click, unlike blue switches. Perfect for gaming and typing. 104 keys anti-ghosting allows you to simultaneously click multiple keys. The floating keys and Redragon brown switches will give you a great gaming experience with fast response and less switch noise.
50 million times keystroke test, 55g actuation force, and 2.0 mm short travel. Special Double-shot injection molded keycaps never fade key font with waterproof and dust resistant mechanical switch.
awesome keyboard, I picked browns switches and they are smooth and quiet; The RGB is awesome!!! and I love the side leds, the volume wheel is handy and there is a sh*t-ton of customization.
The keyboard I had before (my first mechanical keyboard) used blue switches that were way too loud. I decided to get the K580 because it was quieter (especially when playing games), while still having the feedback when typing. The RGB is vibrant, the media and macro keys feel nice (Though you can't change the color of them, which may clash if you want a specific color for the keys). The dial for volume/ rgb brightness is a bit stiffer than I would've expected but still works just fine. I've never used macro keys or editable rgb, but after reading the manual and a week of using it, that's practically second nature now. I like the feel of the keyboard and am overall happy with my purchase.
If like me, you don't know what "optical" switches are, and, like me, you're interested in hot-swapping the keys, you should instead consider finding a keyboard without optical Outemu switches. I wanted to get quieter keyboard switches for some of the keys (such as the WASD keys). This is where my problem with this keyboard starts. I cannot find any switches that are compatible with this keyboard.
I've looked at various forums but haven't found anything. I sent a message to Redragon's support team, but they ignored my message. It came with a set of replacement switches. (Red, Black, Brown, and Blue; 2 of each) but this isn't enough to replace all the keys I wanted to. As far as I can tell, the switches used in the keyboard are exclusive to this board, and not sold anywhere else. I'm probably going to give up looking soon.
I think I'll just replace the WASD keys with the Red and Black switches that came with it and never buy a keyboard with optical Outemus again.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Step 1: Press [Rec] to start record (The four LEDs flash simultaneously).
Step 2: Press one of the five G keys and it lights up (G1~G5).
Step 3: Press keys to be recorded Step 4: Press [Rec] once again to save the recording. The [Rec] also lights up. For example, record 123 on G1: [Rec]→G1→123→ [Rec]
Press FN + [PAUSE] to switch 5 lighting modes on two sides.
Press FN + [SCRLK] to adjust the lighting speed on two sides.