Solidtek is a keyboard company that, honestly, is fairly generic. I happened across them by chance while killing time in the south halls of the convention center. The name sounded familiar, and then I recalled, "Oh yeah, they're one of those companies that make a cheap Alps-based mechanical keyboard."
So I stopped by and tried out the ASK-6600.
It's a surprisingly well built board considering how unknown the brand is. It felt fairly heavy and stiff, and it appears to have plated mounted Alps switches. There's almost no flex, and no creakiness at all that I could tell. The feel? Eeehhhh, hmmm, meh. Couldn't tell the switch flavor just from typing and didn't have a key puller. I'd put it on the upper end of rubber domes, lower-middle end of mechanicals. For $60 I'd say it's a pretty good value.
Here's the kicker, now.
The real interesting bit is that they're going to be replacing the ASK-6600 with a Cherry MX based model. That's going to be interesting to see, especially if they can keep a low price point.