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: 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.
Summary: Absolutely excellent keyboard, the build quality is excellent and there is no ghosting or any of the other issues people often have with keyboards when they are gaming. It is very nice to type on and it includes a wrist support if you need it; the chances are that you will want to use it as the keyboard itself is raised fairly highly above the desk.
Summary: Bought for my son as he wanted a much better keyboard for pkayin his games I didn't see what could be that different in a keyboard. ?.but it is very different and livrly quality and he is chuffed to bits with it It came super quick and very well packaged
Summary: I bought this keyboard back in May 2013, looking for a product to replace my old Dell membrane keyboard. I wanted an understated mechanical keyboard that worked. 9 months down the road I feel that I can finally give it a worthy review. Aesthetics: I love simple peripherals that represent value for money and don't look too flashy. This keyboard suited my tastes, I do do not regret buying it. Usage: I use this keyboard for gaming, it has worked 100% of the time.
Summary: Only issue I currently have is the location of the fn key in comparison to the location of the actual function keys. I like to be able to use my media functions with one hand. I don't mind having to use 2 or even 3 fingers but only one hand. The fn key is on the bottom right and the function/media keys are on the top-ish left. I have small hands; I can reach but it's a stretch and I'd rather not use a utility to remap my keys. If anyone knows a way to remap, let me know.
Summary: I'd had a Microsoft Sidewinder X4 before I bought this which was perfectly fine, up until the point I wanted a mechanical keyboard. This is my first mechanical keyboard and wow is it different. Granted, it doesn't take that long to get used to but the sensitivity of the keys are remarkable in comparison to a membrane keyboard. Some of the keys you barely even need to touch for them to register.