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We love mechanical keyboards, so we were very happy when we discovered that the Redragon K585 Diti uses Outemu’s blue switches. These blue switches have a sharp clicking sound that is very pleasant. They are also very responsive and work without a great deal of effort. One problem, however, was the space key. Naturally, my thumb rests on the P key and I have to stand tall to reach the custom space key. There is a bit of a learning curve. Thankfully, that problem is solved by Redragon’s software, and you might want to check out the 87-key Redragon K552 mechanical backlit wired keyboard.

Obviously the first feature, the Redragon K585 Diti One Handed RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Blue Switches is half a keyboard, but it is not without additional features. To the left and right, there are seven additional macro keys. In addition to the macro keys, the detachable wrist rest is comfortable. It is removable with magnets. It is not as luxurious as the keyboard itself, but it is adequate. The lettering on the keys is attractive, as is the RGB. Light penetrates very clearly, and the letters are not difficult to read.

The Redragon K585 Professional Gaming Keypad is a curiosity: for $40, you can get a full keyboard of decent quality. With the K585, you can just flip the keyboard on its side and use it, and it has all the keys you need. It has all the keys you need. Plus, you can save some cash by purchasing the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 and the J+S Vision Blue Light Shield Gaming Glasses Gaming Accessory. Also, feel free to browse to the classic game controllers discussed in the Retrolink USB NES Controller Review.

The Redragon rep had several keyboards ready for the next review, but I tried to shake things up a bit from the norm, especially since the last Redragon keyboard was a 60% one and they have many 60% keyboards for review: the K585 There is no doubt that the Diti is a keyboard, but it is a gamepad by all accounts. Gamepads, like the Cooler Master ControlPad, allow for novel form factors and designs that go beyond the usual rectangular slab, and you can see that Redragon aimed to utilize all five fingers of the right hand. With apologies to left-handed users, the K585 Diti is best used with the right hand. What I have said here is intended to avoid disappointment later in this review, which begins with the following specs.

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