QPAD Unveils World's First USB NKRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

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asaylor06

Isn't this exactly the same board as the Ione xarmor u9?

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The Corrupted One

Even Razer can't make something that overpriced.

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ResidentArse

It is a keyboard. I've been using a $11 keyboard I got in a key/mouse combo that is mitsuko brand. I have no idea who they are but I still kick arse out of people on BF3.

 

No thank you.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

$200 for a keyboard?

Get a life....

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RaianTheFallen

No thanks, I already have a Razer Blackwidow. 

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pitashen

Given that mechanical keyboards in general are as good as those "gaming" mechanical keyboard for gaming. It is definately not the world's first mechanical keyboard achieving USB NKRO.

 

Brad you need to do some more research than just taking vender's words for it.

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Gameaholic1337

www.overclock.net/t/491752/mechanical-keyboard-guide

There's the best guide on mechanical keyboards i've come across.  The test I've seen done to measure actuation force on mechanical keyboards is to stack nickels on the key until it depresses. 

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c8503

[Nerd Alert] Should probably not measure force in grams (grams = mass, remember?) and definitely not abbreviate a force-measured-in-grams with "g". or does it actually take 45 times the gravitational force of earth at sea level to press those keys?

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biggiebob12345

It's measured in grams because it's the amount of mass required on each key before it actuates.  Force and Mass are interchangeable unless you're planning on using this keyboard on another planet.

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streetking

i agree with the first part, but the abbreviation of gravitational force is a capital G.

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A1dan

No, OP was right. Lower case g is for the acceleration due to the earth's gravity, ie, ~9.8 m/s^2. Capital G is for the gravitational constant, ~6.67*10^-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2. They are related by the equation g = Gm/r^2, where m is the earth's mass, and r is its radius.

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vistageek

Boom.

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