Qpad MK-50 Review £70

Qpad MK-50 Review

  • Quality
  • Style
  • Functionality
  • Comfort
  • Price


  • Comes with both ANSI and ISO Layout
  • Only available with Cherry MX Red switches
  • Has full N-key roll over via PS2 to USB adapter
  • Average switch lifetime of 50 million keystrokes
  • USB connecter with PS2 adapter included
  • F keys function as media keys
  • USB cable is 180cm long and extra thick
  • Comes with 4 extra orange key caps and puller
  • Size – 44.8 by 14.8 by 3.5 cm
  • Comes with wrist pad
  • Weighs in at 1.27kg
  • Comes with 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • It is the value version of Qpads “MK” range


Qpad MK-50 Review:

I have always been a fan of Qpad. Right from the get go, they were a gaming brand at heart and they just seemed to understand competitive gaming. Not only did they create products that we all loved, but their constant sponsorship of players and teams really showed just how much they wanted to give back to the people that helped their business rise to success. With that in mind, as always, they have attempted to design this product for gamers, both competitive and casual alike, and they have once again succeeded beyond expectation. The sleek design, wrist pad and Cherry MX Red mechanical switches all make this perfectly suited for the heavy, face paced use of today’s gamer.

I used this keyboard as my primary keyboard for a long time (And still do when gaming on my primary computer). It is a good, full size that fills out my desk well. The Cherry MX Red switches are always preferred when gaming. The wrist pad is more comfortable than most of the same price range, and the keycaps are both comfortable and endurable.

I can talk first hand for the longevity of this keyboard, as this is actually an updated review. I first bought this keyboard almost a year ago and have been using it since, and apart from being a little dirty from constant use, it’s as good now as it was the day I bought it.

Overall, this is a great keyboard for the amount it costs. At the end of the day it is the economical version of the Qpad mechanical keyboard range, so you don’t get as many features as the more expensive models. However, you absolutely get your moneys worth. It is comfortable, high performance, very good looking (and is suitable for use both at home and at the office), has great build quality and is generally just an enjoyable product to use. If you have your eyes set on the QPad MK-50 then I can give you no reasons not to get it, only reasons why you will not regret your decision.

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