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The QPAD MK-80 Mechanical keyboard

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Features:
•Key switch: Cherry MX blue mechanical switch technology
•N Key Rollover: Gaming cluster with anti ghosting capability
•Key strokes: 50 million
•Lightning: Individual LED backlight
•Lightning features: Four levels of brightness
•Connectors: Gold plated connectors for extremely low latency
•Media keys: Media keys for volume control, play, pause and skip tracks
•USB Hub: Two high speed USB 2.0 ports
•Audio ports: 3.5mm Headphone-out and microphone-in jacks
•Cable: 1.8 meter extra thick cable
•Extras: 4 extra orange key caps and key cap puller
•Dimensions: Keyboard 44.45 x 14.48 x 2.54 cm (17.5 x 5.7 x 1 inch), Wrist pad 44.45 x 6.1 x 1.4 cm (17.5 x 2.4 x 0.55 inch)
•Weight: 1.27 kg (2.8LBS)
•Warranty: 2 year

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QPAD MK-80 Pro Gaming Keyboard, Side

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QPAD MK-80 Pro Gaming Keyboard, USB, Audio ports

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QPAD MK-80 Pro Gaming Keyboard, Lifted

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QPAD MK-80 Pro Gaming Keyboard, Dark
post #2 of 13
Xarmor rebranded?
post #3 of 13
Looks like it. Somewhat common thing when you think about it.
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This looks like the XArmor U9BL.

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post #5 of 13
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it does look like a xarmor but its great for us europeans who aren't able to get that
post #6 of 13
Oh! I see now.

Then yeah, this is pretty cool!

My bad. redface.gif
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BTW It will be available in May.
    
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Not a fan of their logo, especially on the TOP of the spacebar.
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post #9 of 13
So how many XArmor rebrands are there out there?
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Originally Posted by B757;13245677 
So how many XArmor rebrands are there out there?

XArmor is actually a partner/brand/subsidiary/something of iOne, which is a very large peripherals OEM. They sell products under the names XArmor, iOne, Qtronix, and several others. I'd guess this is another branding they use, or someone rebranding the same design.
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