Redragon K599 Keyboard Review Value For Money

redragon k599

Redragon Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

If there’s one thing I appreciate about Redragon, it’s their commitment to having what feels like a million different SKUs at all times. This gives them the ability to release rarely seen form factors. Including the K585 Diti in addition to the more common TKL size that we’ve seen not once, but twice from Redragon this year.

All of the Redragon keyboards tested used the Kxxx and a word combination for naming, including the K530 Draconic which sparked 60% of keyboard reviewers craze here on TechPowerUp. Today we’re looking at something different again: a 70-key, 65% form-factor keyboard.

The Redragon K599 Deimos takes the increasingly common 65% form factor and modifies it by increasing the length to include two additional keys. Indeed, there’s a whole other column at the end, which also retains the size of a few other keys that are typically shortened on 65% keyboards – look at R. Shift above for an example.

Value for money

It’s also clearly a mechanical keyboard with RGB backlighting and another value-for-money offering from the brand. We’ll be going over everything in detail today, starting with the product specs in the table below, and thanks to Redragon for providing TechPowerUp with a sample review.

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Arrangement                 : 70 keys, 65% form factor in US ANSI modified layout
Equipment                     : ABS plastic housing, PBT plastic key caps and steel plate
Macro support              : No
Weight (inclwrist rest): 0.74kg/1.63lbs
Wrist rest                       : No
Anti-ghost                      : Full N-Key rollover USB and 2.4GHz wireless
Multimedia keys           : Available as a layered feature
Dimensions                    : 364(L) x 112(W) x 37(H)mm
Cable length                   : 6ft / 1.8m
Software                          : Yes
Switch Type                    : Outemu Red RGB Mechanical Switches
Backlight                         : Yes, 16.8M RGB per key
Interface                          : USB or 2.4GHz wireless

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