QPAD MK-Series Mechanical Keyboards

Mechanical action for pro users

Author: Jouni 'Jipa' Vasama
Published: 23.01.2012
Manufacturer: QPAD
Product Group: Keyboards
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Over the years we've reviewed a great number of keyboards with a great variety of gizmos in the form of LCD-displays, endless macro-keys, thumb buttons and removable numpads, but now we have something new in the lab - a bunch of mechanical keyboards from Qpad. The difference between a mechanical and a membrane (normal) keyboard one is that in a mechanical one there's an individual switch for each button. This results a different typing touch and a much longer lifespan. Recently these mechanical keyboards have been coming more and more popular, so it's about time to find out what the fuzz is all about.


QPAD MK-Series Mechanical Keyboards - Mechanical action for pro users

We received Qpad's whole lineup for a review. The MK-80 in the middle is a bit older model, whereas the MK-50 and MK-85 are both brand spanking new. All of the models pack the same overall look, but there are also some significant differences, which we aim to high light in the review.

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