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Unlike your average keyboard, that functions through rubber domes, forcing you to press each key all the way down in order for the stroke to register, the MK-50 feature true mechanical switches with unmatched accuracy and feel. No more pressing with full-force in order to activate the keys.The QPAD keyboard will respond to your every stroke in an instant.
Other boards normally have a short life span and wear out quickly, resulting in unresponsiveness, delays and a dull, clunky feel to the keys. The key switches on MK-50 are built to last 50 million strokes, and the QPAD mechanical key technology provides distinct feedback and puts you in absolute control. The travel distance of the keys is set to 4mm with an actuation point at 2mm.
For gamers, it’s all about the feel and functionallity and that is where the QPAD MK-50 truly shines! With a full size keyboard layout in 3 sections, mechanical key switches, media keys and full N-Key roll over, it’s the perfect gaming keyboard. Nuff said...
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Reviewed by JP
A basic no-frills mechanical keyboard which ticked all the right boxes for me. Who needs silly things like macro keys, backlights, built in usb ports? this does exactly what a keyboard should do & no more, and its simplicity is brilliant! Both work and play using this keyboard are a pleasure. I find myself able to type long documents with less fatigue than the cheapo membrane keyboard i was using before, and fps games feel more smooth & responsive. Cherry MX reds are quite light compared to most mechanical switches, good for fps games and quick typing using very soft keystrokes, but if you're a key-thumper maybe consider a keyboard with Cherry MX blacks instead (also a linear mechanical switch by same company, just require abit more force to activate) Alot of the mechanical "gaming" keyboards available seem to be using MX blues however, which to me seems like a mistake - they're tactile feedback switches designed really for typists. This gets 10/10 for me, but maybe not to everyone's taste. if you're gonna buy a mechanical keyboard, best to find out which type of switch suits your needs first, he's a guide which helped me - http://www.overclock.net/t/491752/mechanical-keyboard-guide