Redgear MK881 Invador professional mechanical keyboard with Kailh blue switches, Lightning effect and windows key lock (Black)
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- Kailh Clicky blue switches
- RGB lightning effect
- Windows key lock
- Floating key cap design
- Full anti-ghosting
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The RedGear MK881 INVADOR It has Kailh Clicky blue mechanical gaming switches. The games are decided in seconds and every advantage counts that is where Kailh switches comes in as it delivers the game-winning performance required by pros. The low force and actuation point of the switch results in dramatically faster gameplay making it the perfect choice. It has 70-million-click lifetime ensuring they stay quick and responsive. The Floating cap design gives you the best distance for each pressure. The RedGear MK881 Invador comes with superior anti-ghosting which supports up to full key presses simultaneously. Enhance your gaming Experience with the Invador Chroma Luminous light, 8 mode and 6 profile. Say NO to windows pop-up in game, There's a separate windows key lock button in the Invador which makes it perfect for long gaming sessions without any interruption. Lastly, we engineered silicone material instead of rubber on the feet which increases the grip and makes keyboard immovable.
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Time to Invade
The Invador is specially designed to comply with pro-gaming tournament. For low-DPI gamers or high doesn’t matter Invador is designed for both, the design gives you extra space to make wide moves with your mouse. Easy to carry and using the Invador keyboard while playing games online and offline tournaments.
The Kailh Blue Switch
The Mechanical Blue Switches for Pro-Gaming. The Blue switches have tactile top feedback when activated. This feedback helps to increase gaming speed by reducing effort needed to push the keys all the way down. It has rapid key snapback after keystroke execution. The Kailh Blue Switch gives you +100% typing speed bonus.
Kill them in Style
The Invador has amazing Chroma Luminous Light which gives you up to 8 different LED modes and 6 different profiles. Day time or Night time adjust you LED needs as per your convenience and kill them in style with Invador.
No More Windows Pop-Up in a Game
All the gamers around the world suffers the windows key pop-up problem. During different clutch situation or team fights. The Invador has a Windows Key Lock option which allows you play more easily without any interruption.
Every Detail Matters When it Comes to Mechanical Keyboard
Even the ones measured in Microns. The Beveled edges of the aluminum unibody are cut with a mon-crystalline diamond to tolerances measured in microns. (For reference the width of a human hair is about 75 microns). That level of detail may seems excessive but every detail adds up to a better overall experience.
70M Long Lasting Switches
The Invador have life span of up to 70 million keystrokes. Every key on the keyboard has its own independent key switch mechanism and crisp response which increase the life span of the keystrokes.
Professional Gamers and Programmers We Got you Covered!
If you press all your fingers down on a piano, what you’d get is 10keys ringing out at once. That’s what an effective anti-ghosted does too. It ensures that every key you press registers simultaneously and accurately in-game. (For instance if you were to run diagonally and melle and opponent pressing W, A and F together). Non gaming keyboards may not be able to carry out those actions as a results of hardware limitation.
Perfectly Designed Floating Caps
The ergonomic floating key caps gives you the best distance for each pressure. The actuation force depends on how the keycap is designed. The Invador has perfectly place keycaps which gives you a clicky sound and accurate results everytime you click.
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First of all, this is a review coming from a first time Mechanical keyboard user, so keep that in mind while reading this.
Now whoever is looking for a low budget mechanical keyboard probably should have came across 'this' one, Zebronics Max, Texet Shift Flamer & Tvse mechanical keyboard.
Now why this one?,
I had so many Zebronics products in various categories from headphone to mouse to bluetooth dongle, none of them lasted longer than 6 months. so I never even considered once to buy a 2-3k worth of keyboard from that brand.
TVSe one isn't backlit , so meh!
And Texet Shift Flamer, honestly I came came across this one after receiving the Redgear, the only feature Texet boasts is '100% Water Resistant Design', But in the Q&A section of 'This'keyboard The 'Redwood Interactive' (seller) mentioned that it IS "not waterproof , its spill resistant", not that I'm willing to test unless some accident happens :P
1)Compact design, no extra ugly looking attachments and extented 'gaming' body, totally slim & sleek
2)Awesome build quality, After taking it out of the box I noticed that how heavy and solid it is even though the keys wiggle very little (not a deal breaking factor), the braided wire and gold plated usb connection and unbendable body are some positive signs worth mentioning.
3)The typing experience, as a first timer I really was blown away by how the 'Kailh Blue(mechanical) Switches' responded, and I'm pretty sure I'm never gonna get a membrane keyboard after this heavenly feel, the clicky sound maybe annoying to some people but for me it feels so right :D.
I can't exactly say how to express this but maybe the 'Tiik-Tiik (Treble)' sound is a bit too much, probably some Razer & Corsair mechs might sound way better and metallic & heavy.
But anyway this is why you are purchasing a mechanical keyboard for, that clicky sound and that feedback,and in this price segment the keyboard totally nailed it.
4)The backlit, No its not RGB, and the multicolor keys might be 'cheap looking factor' for some buyers, but I feel its holds its place properly without overdoing it, The letters are visible well enough and also the fonts are a bit futuristic which goes along well with the aesthetic.
5)The flip out feet on the bottom of the keyboard to lift the upper part isn't weak and has rubber grip.
6)The saved custom profiles stays even after a shut down, so there might be some sort of memory chip to save those profiles.
1)The keys with more then one hinges underneath (e,g Spacebar, Shif, '+', '0') feels a bit off than the one with single hinge (e.g. A-Z letter keys), I don't know if I should be complaining this or every mech-keyboards are same but I can feel the little dissatisfaction with the 'Spacebar'.
2)This is another consideration coming from a first time user, While playing games there are plenty of times you need to 'sprint' your character with the left 'shift' key with your little finger which may lead to fatigue because the keys need a bit more strength.
According to some websites different Cherry MX keys need different amount of weight to register and I can't confirm how much 'Kailh Blue switchs' needs so I can't really judge on that,
On the other hand who knows I'll adopt this and grow some muscle with my little finger :P
3)The indicator LEDs on top right are way bright, A matte finished glass or plastic cover over them could save my eyes :P.
4)Even though its not added with the box neither I was expecting in this price but a palm rest could be a good addition to this keybaord for better experience.
5)No 'Always On' LED profiles But there are two profiles which is more or less works the same way without some problematic effects
those are a) 'Ocean Wave' (Fnc+Ins) And 'Tap to turn off' (Fnc+Page up).
6)The 'Media Keys' are not visibale by the backlit...just whyy???
So these are the findings with Redgear Invador MK881, Just as i said, I'll likely to update this post with time, till then these are the deciding factors you should consider before buying.
The key lights are really good and the patterns are nice and better than the other keyboards of the same range.
The only thing I miss in this keyboard is the volume controller. (That's why only 4 stars)
But I have windows 10 and in the latest build there is an option to customize the gestures. So I customized the three finger scroll up and down to the volume controls. Its too convenient.
The only thing is lacking is volume and brightness control.
Over all the feature is topnotch. Keys are great, soft & makes clicky sound, that's because the mechanical nature and gives u the feel of old typewriter.
Back base is hard plastic and the chassis in which Read Gear is written is total alloy metal that's gives u the weight to the keyboard.
cables are strong n provided with one key plucker & don't through the manual because for the first time user, Might get cheesy for changing LED modes.
I'll be giving reviewing soon, plz visit my channel most of the product bought from amazon for my pc build
i thought it was a one off thing. but frequency is very regular. a great keyboard for the price though only if they could fix this issue.
cant game with it. its just too erratic. so will get a refund.
You can change the presets for the lighting to the ones of your choice or you can just switch of the backlight if you so desire. You can also set your own custom presets, and bind them to a shortcut of upto three keys.
The only reason I'm not giving this a 5 star rating is because the product I've got is probably a defective one because every once in a while a set of keys ok the keyboard will go unresponsive and the pc won't recognise you pressing them. Creates problems if you are a gamer or just want to type up a document.
Once the keys starting from Caps lock on the left side of the keyboard to 6 on the Numpad went unresponsive. A whole line of keyboard keys I couldn't use. They started working out of blue after countless restarts.
Currently the left ctrl and the windows keys are unresponsive, the computer does not recognise the input so I'm unable to use the ctrl shortcuts
Will update after I take this in to the service centre
UPDATE - Went to the service centre with the invoice and got it replaced within 5 minutes , great service.
Though for closing words I'd suggest to contact the seller that you are going to buy from and ask them about local service centres. On the products webpage, there is only one address and it's I'm Goregaon in Mumbai. So if you live in another state or even outside of Mumbai, make sure to ask the Seller about local service centres.
I suspect that there was a batch of defective products that came out of production line so not all of you guys might suffer from this problem.
P.S - if you want a mechanical keyboard for typing or coding for long hours. I'd suggest to look for another keyboard as this one won't be too comfortable for your hands while typing. ( There is almost no space for you to rest the edges of your hands while typing)