Redragon AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
The Redragon AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard is enjoyable to type on and its compact design makes it easy to incorporate into a workspace. The keyboard is fairly priced and it has a lot of nice features built-in.
- EASE OF USE
Enhance your productivity with the AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard.
In an era dominated by technological advancements and innovation, wireless keyboards have emerged as a game-changer — especially for me. I never thought I would stress/worry about cables strewn across my desk, but as I transitioned to a position that allowed me to work from home, I really found the value of desk real estate.
A wireless keyboard offers the freedom to work or play from anywhere within its range, untangling us from the constraints of wired setups. With their sleek design and ease of use, these keyboards have become increasingly popular among individuals seeking convenience and efficiency in their daily lives. I’ve tested out many wireless keyboards and I’ve found that the slim keyboards — like the AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard from Redragon — are my favorites.
About AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
The Redragon AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard is a game-changer for Mac users seeking a reliable and efficient typing experience. With its sleek design, advanced wireless technology, and mechanical switches, this keyboard offers optimal performance and convenience for both work and play. Whether you are a professional needing precision in your daily tasks or a gamer looking to enhance your gaming experience, the Redragon AZURE K652 provides the ideal solution with its premium features tailored specifically for Mac users. Say goodbye to tangled wires and hello to seamless connectivity as we delve deeper into the world of this impressive wireless mechanical keyboard.
- 75% 84 keys layout (full rollover)
- -35% ultra thin design
- 3-mode connection: USB-C wired, BT 3.0/5.0 & 2.4Ghz wireless
- 100% WIN/MAC system support
- Professional Software Support
- Aluminum Top Plate
- RGB Backlit
- Extra Full Set with Added 7 Orange Keycap
- Different switch types available: Outemu Red, Outemu Blue, Outemu Brown, Outemu Low Profile Red
- Keyboard Size: 12.5 x 5.0 inch
- Item Weight: 494g
- Switches: Low Profile Switches
Pricing & Availability
The box the keyboard comes in is mostly white with a full-color image of the product on the front. There are quite a few details highlighted and the back includes the main features in several languages. When you open the box, you’ll find the keyboard and its accessories safely tucked away within the packaging. The package includes the keyboard, a detachable USB-C cable, the user manual, an extra set of keycaps and a key puller.
While I typically don’t like to make direct comparisons between products, I couldn’t help but notice how similar in design this keyboard was to the NuPhy Air75 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard. That’s not a bad thing because to date, that wireless keyboard has been my favorite low-profile keyboard. So the first thing I noticed was that the keyboard sits flush to the desk. There are lifts on the back that can be flipped out, but they don’t raise the keyboard too much. There is a handy attachable lift that I’ve acquired called the ESC Flip Pro. It can be removed and reattached to keyboards and I’ve swapped it between keyboards multiple times. It really helps me with the low-profile, slim keyboards.
I selected the Outemu Brown switches for my keyboard layout. I like the softer feel of brown switches and since the brown switches and red switches are listed as suitable for “Office/Gaming”, I opted for the brown ones. I have red switches in the aforementioned NuPhy keyboard and found the brown switches are a little more clicky than the red switches are. I have found the switches/keys to be remarkably responsive and very easy to type on.
The build quality is amazing with this keyboard. I love the feel of the aluminum frame and it’s very easy to remove keycaps and replace them as needed. I also really love that there is a USB/2.4 Ghz wireless connection option because it makes it very easy for me to switch between my two primary laptops that I have connected to a USB hub. With the Bluetooth connection, which still works very well, there is a lag between switching, but the USB dongle makes it possible for me to swap seamlessly between systems.
My typing experience with the Azure K652 keyboard has been quite enjoyable. The only hang-up I have is when I switch back and forth between different styles of keyboards. If I am typing only on the Azure wireless keyboard, my fingers adapt to it very quickly and my speed and accuracy with typing excel. In order to test this more accurately, I used typingtest.com’s benchmarking test. The image below shows my score in comparison to the average test scores.
- Long battery life
- quiet-responsive keys
- colorful RGB backlighting
- USB dongle makes it easy to switch between systems
- Would be nice if it had more of a lift to it
- No 10-key number pad
The Redragon AZURE K652 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard for Mac offers a sleek and reliable option for Mac users in need of a wireless keyboard. Even though it is compatible with both macOS and WindowsOS, it’s refreshing to know that as an Apple user you don’t have to jump through hoops to get it working with your system.
The keyboard’s compact design and its quiet yet responsive keys make this keyboard a versatile choice for any user. The long battery life and convenient USB-C charging add to its appeal, making it ideal for on-the-go professionals or students. Whether you’re typing up documents, gaming, or simply browsing the web, the Redragon AZURE K652 provides a comfortable and efficient typing experience.