Excerpt: The Qpad MK-50 Pro is a mechanical keyboard aimed at the low budget gamer who still wants the mech feel and response.Despite it is identical to the iOne U9BL which hasn't the best of reputations, the MK-50 seems a rather solid product.It may lack the bells and whistles of its elder brother (MK-85) like the backlight, the USB hub and the Headphones/Mic jacks but this is reflected to its significantly lower price which makes it very attractive.
Summary: What more do you need from a keyboard? Super affordable for a full size mechanical, comes in whatever switch you want. I went for Cherry Red, fantastic keyboard, has survived a lot of abuse over the last 2 years and still feels new.
Summary: This is the first mechanical keyboard I've bought and I do not regret my purchase, after years of using membrane keyboards I finally made the switch to mechanical and now I can't use a membrane keyboard because they don't feel right to me anymore. Some of hte positives: -Reasonably priced for a mechanical keyboard. -Decent wrist rest. -PS/2 support with USB adapter. -Comes with a key puller. -Cherry MX Red switches which are really good for gaming.
Summary: Having tried a number of mechanical keyboards, this QPAD MK-50 Pro has to be the best one for my needs, I don't want any added useless junk that as any normal person will already have an abundance of like displays, macro buttons, usb ports, or tacky LED backlights. I just want a great keyboard for my typing and gaming needs and this Keyboard hits the nail on the head.
I am a heavy typer and I just love the click sound of the cherry mx blue keys
np patel, Amazon
8 August 2014
Summary: Well I have been after a mechanical keyboard for quite some time but not for gaming purposes. I am a heavy typer and I just love the click sound of the cherry mx blue keys. The tactile feedback is very satisfying and I have a much greater typing experience than a normal membrane based keyboard. The keyboard is quite loud when you type, which was just what I was looking for, the whole build of the keyboard seems very sturdy, it is full sized and has a UK layout.
Summary: I had hummed and harred about taking the plunge with a mechanical keyboard. Since my old HP dome keyboard gave up the coast I took the plunge. This is at the budget end of the MK market but it feels well built and sturdy as hell. The difference between this and the MK 80 is mainly the lack of USB/Audio through and the fact that it is not back lit. Neither of these things matter to me.