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MK-70 breaks new ground in its own right. Finally you can get a backlit mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX switches at an affordable price. The MK-70 is essentially a stripped down MK-85. Without the programmable keys or extra audio and USB ports, the board still offers the same outstanding performance and feel of a top of the line mechanical keyboard, but with an affordable price tag!
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Os Research Papers QPAD has decided to use the Cherry MX Red switches for MK-70. It operates with an actuation point of 2mm and requires a pressure of 45g for the key to register a stroke, which will facilitate precision and control in games that require multi-tapping. The Cherry MX Red switches are not tactile and do not offer any audible feedback. Some gamers prefer audible and tactile feedback, and some prefer none. The important thing here is that QPAD now offers a backlit keyboard for both groups.
•Key switch: Cherry MX red mechanical switch technology
•N Key Rollover: Yes via PS/2 adapter
•Key strokes: 50 million
•Lightning: Individual LED backlight
•Lightning features: Four levels of brightness
•Connectors: Gold plated USB connector (USB to PS/2 adaptor included)
•Media keys: Media keys for volume control, play, pause and skip tracks
•Cable: 1.8 meter braided cable
•Dimensions: Keyboard 44.8 x 15 x 3.5 cm (17.6 x 5.9 x 1.37 inch)
•Weight: 1.4 kg (3.08LBS)
QPAD will present the MK-70 to fans, gamers, the industry, and the world, for the very first time 7 October.
Availability: End of October 2014, Rec. price 99€.