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QPAD MK-50 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Frederik S, Feb 25, 2012.

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    from 3rd picture i see short left shift key, crappy for me when gaming
     
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    I got this keyboard a couple of weeks back. While the article says its still expensive, the fact is I couldnt find a cheaper mx brown keyboard in the uk anywhere. The only plausible one would be a silent razer blackwidow, however I have not seen a uk layout listed at any point.

    Yes, its not exactly the best looking, or the best built. However the filco is £40 more (it also has a short left shift button btw) and thats a fairly significant difference. The cheapest rival would be the Zowie Celeritas, which you can get for around £5-10 more.
     
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    I still have a qpad mousepad I bought back in 2005? or thereabouts. Thing is still great, though not a mechanical device like a keyboard.
     
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    id recommend the zowie celeritas over the qpad, hands down...
    it has slightly annoying quirks, but the feeling of the celeritas is really nice...

    i like our own cm storm keyboards more of course, hehe, but really, if those two are all you can get id recommend the celeritas...
     

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