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K502 是一款带有安静的 Chiclet 按键的游戏键盘,旨在耐用性、耐用性和响应性。PC 游戏键盘符合人体工程学设计,非常适合办公室打字。您一定会喜欢按键的感觉和精度 , 从而减少错误和打字错误。游戏键盘的设计, 以保持液体溢出。

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Harte
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 GREAT Quality - If You're on a Budget, GO FOR IT!
2016年7月1日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 GREAT Quality - If You're on a Budget, GO FOR IT!
评论于 2016年6月30日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
FIRST IMPRESSION:
So I received this in the mail an hour ago, and I'm giving you guys my first impression of the keyboard, not after days or weeks or months of use.

- The keys are a little mushy and I feel like I'm not typing nearly as fast as I usually can because I have to use more effort to hit the keys. The traveling distance is about 3-4 millimeters, which may be slightly more than what you're used to as well.
- The keys and the Redragon logo have little LED lights underneath them, but they aren't very bright. I prefer to keep the lights off.
- This keyboard is extremely quiet. I wouldn't say it's silent, but it's definitely a lot quieter than most rubber dome keyboards. Depending on the kind of desk you have, putting a rubber mat (like a mouse pad) underneath the keyboard will make your typing a lot quieter than when the keyboard is directly on your desk.
- The keys are removable, but they aren't really easy to pry off. Use a flathead screwdriver and a gentle hand.
- The wrist rest is pretty comfortable, but I feel like I would be more comfortable typing if my hands were elevated a little more. I'm also a little worried about the matte finish rubbing away over time.
EDIT: The matte finish on the wrist rest hasn't worn off even after over a year of use. You probably don't have to worry.
- The keyboard is lightweight, but when placed on my desk it has a relatively sturdy feel to it and doesn't bend. It does move around very slightly.
- The kickstands underneath the keyboard raise it up about 3/4 of an inch. They have a plastic bottom instead of rubber, so it's possible that this may allow it to move a little bit.
EDIT: The kickstands are also somewhat flimsy, and one of mine has broken off... :'(
- The braided cord is about 6 feet long and feels extremely durable, which is great if you're rough on your cables, I guess. The USB is white and gold-plated, so it seems to be a 1.0. It works with my black 2.0, blue 3.0 and red 3.1 USB ports. If your keyboard doesn't work in any of your USB ports, then your keyboard is defective.

Someone wrote a review saying that when they received it, the 'Enter' key was sticking outside of the box. Now I'm not entirely sure what they mean by that, but when I received it all of the keys were perfectly intact.

A few tricks you should know before assuming your keyboard is defective:
• The 'lightbulb' key switches the color of the LED lights.
• FN+'lightbulb' activates breathing lights
• FN+- slows down breathing
• FN+= speeds up breathing
• FN+Pg-Up turns up the brightness of the LEDs
• FN+Pg-Down dims the LEDs
• FN+Win activates Win Lock
• FN+W swaps WASD and arrow keys

WHAT I RECOMMEND:
Use this keyboard with an extended gaming mouse pad underneath it. Not only will it minimize the sound, but it'll also eliminate the chances of it moving around. You can get one for about $10 if you don't already have one.

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UPDATE 7/9/2016 :
It's been a few weeks since I purchased this, so I thought I'd update my review with a few of my observations.

- So far, the matte material is showing no signs of wear whatsoever. The surface is insanely easy to clean (I just use a slightly damp cloth). You can take off the keys if you're very careful, but it's not easy at all.
- It's a lot easier for me to type on it now than it was when I first got it. I'm up to my normal typing speed now, so the keys, however, a little soft, aren't holding me back... so don't let that scare you.
- The response time is absolutely impeccable, so if you're a fast typer or a gamer with a budget, you can count on this keyboard.
- At the moment, after a few weeks of use, this is definitely one of the BEST KEYBOARDS you can get for this price.

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UPDATE 7/29/2017 :

It's been over a year since I bought this keyboard. The mechanics are showing no signs of wear, but some of the matte finish has begun to wear off on 3 different keys (A, S, & D.... can you tell I'm a gamer?).When the black paint wears away on the keys, there is just clear plastic underneath. However, the matte finish hasn't rubbed away on the surrounding plastic or on the wrist rest itself, even though I've been using this keyboard often and for over a year.
If you're worried about what I said about the mushy keys and longer travelling distance, don't be. It's definitely something that you get used to over time, but it shouldn't affect anything you do too drastically. As it can be when getting any new keyboard, there is a bit of a learning curve.

Changed my rating from 3 stars to 4 stars. Durable and high quality :)

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UPDATE 10/20/2018:

I don't know why I keep updating this, but it's still working. This keyboard has seen some crap but it's not showing any signs of mechanical wear after over 2 years of daily use. How much was this again? So worth it. I'm so impressed that it's still working because I feel like you never know with buying electronics online...

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UPDATE 10/06/2019

It still works, and I'm still using it. Why are you still reading this review? It's literally been 3 years, just buy the darn thing!
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Vince G.
3.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Is p neat, except for the spacebar and backspace LEDs
2016年10月29日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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3.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Is p neat, except for the spacebar and backspace LEDs
评论于 2016年10月28日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
Pros:
- Supergreat price
- The green LED is superb, v v ince
- Keys are essentially silent, would recommend for ninjas
- All keys function, including media/F keys
- There's a dragon on it that lights up how cool is that?? Answer: SUPREMELY
- Cord is braided, allowing for neat look and texture, as well as friction-free movement across wood, corners of desk, etc. [now if only my Anker ergonomic mouse was the same way]
- THERE'S A GOT-DANG CALCULATOR BUTTON, WHO THOUGHT OF THAT?? TAKE THAT, STATS HOMEWORK!

Meh:
- Enter key takes a bit to get used to
- Typing in general is a bit odd because rubber keys, but ya get used to it
- Spacebar doesn't always feel like it's being keyed
- 'Off' is one of the brightness levels, though the highest level is perfect imo
- Caps/Num/Win Lock lights are red and can't be modified in any way - in a way that's kindof a plus though, since you can see what's locked and what isn't without having to actual look at that sector of the keyboard. So I guess this line is superfluous

Cons:
- Spacebar and Backspace keys aren't fully lit [see pics]
- Would return for a hassle-free replacement, but then I'd be without a keyboard for several days :|
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Ross Hershey
1.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 I Could Not Game With This Red Dragon Keyboard
2020年2月29日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Ross Hershey
1.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 I Could Not Game With This Red Dragon Keyboard
评论于 2020年2月29日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
The keyboard looks great when you take it out of the box. Fast and easy setup. Then I started gaming. Oh nooooooooooooo. Several keys were sticking hard. Most of them took way to much force to get the key to depress. The "A" key was repeatedly not working, which is a hard no for gaming. Here's the thing, I own a Red Dragon mouse. I've been using it for a year, and it's my favorite mouse in the world. They need to have the mouse department go bowling with the keyboard. Swap ideas. Anyhow, I'm bummed. I'll keep my Red Dragon mouse, but these keyboard is going BACK!
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PK
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Quiet!!; Good RGB controls; Collects skin oils easily
2021年3月26日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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PK
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Quiet!!; Good RGB controls; Collects skin oils easily
评论于 2021年3月26日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I’ve been on mechanical keyboards for a few years now because the raised keys and metal frames are easy for me to clean. Recessed keys like this gather dust and crumbs (I rarely have time enough away from work to step away for meals.)

I could never stand the clackiness of my mechanical keyboards. They’re such a distraction from conference calls where I both speak and type constantly (many times simultaneously.)

I gave up and finally decided to get a quiet keyboard that I could use and not mute myself every few seconds. My desires were as follows:
- QUIET
- Full-size with 10 key
- Lit with different brightness
- RGB with multiple effects
- Easy to clean
- Wireless

This keyboard, received yesterday, is my 3rd try at getting what I want. It does not hit all my categories (I can compromise, but don’t tell my husband). The ones it does hit, seem to be spot on.

Pros:
QUIETNESS: It delivers more than I’d hoped. This is the quietest full-size keyboard I’ve ever had. They keys barely register the tick of my nails (just my natural nails since working from home), there is no clack from the key itself. I type directly next to my Jabra speakerphone and haven’t had to make any apologies at all on the conference calls during which I’ve used it.

FULL-SIZE: Yep. All the keys are there. Not a one is missing!

LIT: All the keys light up. The larger keys’ lighting does fade at the edges (CAPS, Space, 0) as some other reviewers have mentioned but they’re bright enough that I don’t have to turn overhead lights on in the morning before I’ve had enough coffee in my system to deal with the day. The controls (Fn + [Insert, Home, PgUp, Delete, End, PgDn, Up, Dwn, Left, Right]) are explained with the manual. As others have stated, the LEDs signifying Number Lock, CAPS lock, and Window lock are all solid red. I don’t mind that those LEDs are static. That’s normal with most keyboards.

Cons:
NOT EASY-to-CLEAN: Already seeing some stuff gathering under the keys (specifically dust particles and animal fur from my grumpy cat). I knew that would happen and realized prior to purchase I’d have to dust more often. Additionally, as you can see in the photo, oils from my hands are collecting on the wrist pad, Space key, home row, and Enter key. I did a quick wipe down before the photo and it didn’t come off. That’s annoying.

NOT WIRELESS: Also knew this before purchase. This was my biggest compromise. I have too many cords across my desk already but I’ve resigned myself to dealing with it.

Additional (personal preference) issues:
Red is fine but not my favorite color. It traditionally signifies anger and passion, two things I generate well enough on my own at work without a trigger. I’ll probably end up painting the red stripe black or some calming color.

The Enter key is tall, not wide. This is a change from all my other keyboards, of which I’ve had plenty. I keep typing “\” when I try to send a command, send a text, or return carriage to a new line.

Key pressure and strike angles will take a while to become familiar. They’re not “worse” than a mechanical, just “different.”

I do have concerns that the keys will deteriorate over time. I’m very hard on keys (my home row bumps on F and J normally wear down to tiny nubs). I read one review that indicates the black paint will eventually wear down to where you can no longer see the letters. I don’t necessarily NEED to see keys when I type, but I like the aesthetic. If/when my letters disappear, I’ll be on the search for a keyboard once again. I’ll try to remember to update this review at that time.

For gamers: I realize the manufacturer has advertised this as a gaming keyboard. I don’t game so cannot really comment on its ghosting function or overall game effectiveness. My boss and I are taking an intro the Python course which has us building the game Pong, but that’s entirely unhelpful to actual gamers. The Up and Down arrows work just fine!

None of the Cons are enough to make me regret this purchase. I’m pleased enough with it to keep it until it breaks.
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