On the top-right corner there are two connections of the on-board USB-hub and also throughput for the audio connections. Another thing to notice here is that the third led, usually used for scroll lock is now used to signal whether or not the gaming-mode is enabled.
The keyboard has a single very thick cable which splits to a single USB-connector and audio jacks near the other end. The braided cable sure looks nice and gives a classy impression of the product, but is also extremely stiff.
Popping off a few key caps shows the real party piece of the keyboard - the Cherry MX Red-switches. The mechanical keyboards come in various flavors and the color of the switches tells the most important details. For example these red models need 45 grams and 2 mm to switch and have total travel of 4 mm. On the MK-85 there are also individual leds next to each switch, providing very uniform lighting to all of the keys.
If you want to read more about the different switch types, there's an excellent Wiki up at http://geekhack.org/showwiki.php?title=Cherry+Corporation+Switch+Wiki
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