As always, the awesome folks over at Redragon sent me their Dharma Pro K556 Aluminum keyboard to use and review. This is a keyboard I was very excited to get since it’s a full sized, 104-key layout keyboard which is something I really need and enjoy since I work and game from the same PC.
The good folks over at Redragonshop have sent me the Caraxes SE K644 65% keyboard to review. If smaller keyboards are your thing, then keep reading for the details on this keyboard.
Mechanical keyboards are popular with geeks because they can be customized with a variety of switches and keycaps. But have you ever seen a mechanical keyboard that can fold? Well, you will today because I’m going to tell you about the RK Royal Kludge RK925 folding mechanical keyboard. It’s certainly something different than what you will normally see when it comes to a mechanical keyboard.
The Redragon Caraxes Pro SE K644 is a great 65% mechanical keyboard that offers a lot of features for a very reasonable price. It is hot-swappable, so you can easily change the switches to your liking. It also has RGB backlighting, and it can be connected via wired, Bluetooth, or 2.4GHz wireless.
The Redragon K552 KUMARA Mechanical Keyboard is designed keeping the needs of most basic gamers. This includes professional gamers too. In fact, for coders, writers, and editors this is the keyboard to get without spending a good deal of money.
My wife has been wanting a 60% keyboard for some time now. We simply couldn’t decide on what exactly we wanted to invest in as far as a particular brand. Then along came Redragon, who I partnered up with, and they sent over the Draconic K530 60% keyboard for us to use and review.
While I’ve used mechanical keyboards in the past and have reviewed several, I’ve never really used them to play games on as I was always a console player. That changes today with this review of the Redragon Vata K580 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.
This review is for the same keyboard, except it’s a special edition colorway and has yellow switches. There are actually two colorways available for this limited edition, the Macchiato White and the Americano Black. The unit I got was the Macchiato White.
We live in a tenkeyless world. For a long time, the mechanical keyboard market has been dominated by a few big names including Logitech, Razer, Corsair, etc; building standard full-size keyboards.
The good folks over at Redragonshop have sent me the Castor K631 Pro SE Wireless Green keyboard to review. If smaller keyboards are your thing, then keep reading for the details on this keyboard.