Redragon K599 Wireless Review

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Key Features

  • Wireless/Bluetooth Modes
  • Programmable Keys
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • Compact Design
  • RGB Backlighting
  • Mechanical Switches

Pros & Cons


  • Dual Connectivity
  • Customizable RGB
  • Long Battery Life
  • Portable Size
  • Responsive Keys


  • No Wrist Rest
  • Limited Macros
  • Heavyweight

Our Opinion

In the crowded space of gaming keyboards, the Redragon K599 Wireless stands out with its dual connectivity, offering both wireless and Bluetooth options. This flexibility is a boon for gamers and typists who value a clutter-free desk or need to switch between devices quickly.

Upon unboxing, the keyboard’s compact design is immediately noticeable. It’s a feature that promises easy transport for gaming on the go, though the absence of a wrist rest could be a point of concern for users prone to discomfort during long typing sessions.

Price-wise, the K599 positions itself as a mid-range keyboard. Considering its features like programmable keys and RGB backlighting, it offers good value for money. However, the discerning buyer will weigh this against the lack of dedicated macro keys, which might limit the functionality for some power users.

Ultimately, if you’re after a mechanical keyboard that balances performance with portability, the Redragon K599 is a strong contender. Its long battery life ensures uninterrupted gaming sessions, and the responsive keys will satisfy both gamers and typists. While it may not have all the bells and whistles of higher-end models, it’s a solid purchase that won’t disappoint.

Peter Hill
Our Score