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V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

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Tenkeyless Keyboard

Go back to basics with the KBParadise V80 Keyboard. Fitted with your choice of keycaps and keycaps, as well as the option for LEDs, this tenkeyless board features an 80% layout with all the function you need and none of the clutter. Think of the V80 as a minimalist mechanical keyboard with maximum utility.

Note: At checkout, you'll have your choice of keyboard setup:

  • Black Keycaps: Cherry MX Blue (Red and Blue LEDs)
  • Black Keycaps: Cherry MX Brown (Red and Blue LEDs)
  • Black Keycaps: Cherry MX Clear (Red and Blue LEDs)
  • Black Keycaps: Cherry MX Red (Red and Green LEDs)
  • Black Keycaps: Fukka (Fuqua) with Top-printed keycaps (No LEDs)
  • Black Keycaps: Matias Quiet Linear with Top-printed keycaps (No LEDs)
  • Dancer Keycaps (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Cherry MX Clear (No LEDs)
  • Dancer Keycaps (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Cherry MX Silver (No LEDs)
  • Dasher Keycaps (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Cherry MX Clear (No LEDs)
  • Dasher Keycaps (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Cherry MX Silver (No LEDs)
  • Dolch (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Matias Click (No LEDs)
  • Dolch (Taihao double-shot ABS keycaps): Matias Quiet Pro (No LEDs)
  • Olivette (Taihao doubleshot ABS keycaps): Matias Click (No LEDs)
  • Miami (Ta-Hao doubleshot ABS keycaps): Matias Quiet Pro
  • Miami (Ta-Hao doubleshot ABS keycaps): Matias Click
  • Tomcat (Ta-Hao doubleshot ABS keycaps): Matias Quiet Pro
  • Charcoal Blue Force  (Ta-Hao doubleshot ABS keycaps): Matias Quiet Pro
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Black (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Blue (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Brown (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Clear (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Green (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Red (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Silent Black (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Silent Red (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Silver (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Cherry MX Tactile Grey (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Fukka (Fuhua) (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Matias Quiet Pro (No LEDs)
  • Vintage Keycaps: Matias Quiet Pro with Front-printed keycaps (No LEDs)
V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

Construction

It's equipped with ABS keycaps in OEM profile with laser-etched legends printed in kerned Century Gothic font. You'll have the letters, numbers, and basic modifiers, as well as the function row, arrow keys, and the navigation cluster. There's no required software to install after plugging in through the USB interface.

V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard
V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard
V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard
V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

LED Lighting

Featuring Costar stabilizers and N-key rollover, the V80 also offers the option for backlighting. Should you choose the black keycaps with red-and-blue backlighting, you'll be able to alter your LED settings on the fly. You can also select a variety of effects, like Pulse, or set different zones to different colors, allowing you to quickly set your WASD cluster.

V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard
V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

Manual

V80 TKL Mechanical Keyboard

Specs

  • KBParadise
  • Tenkeyless layout
  • Laser-etched ABS caps
  • OEM profile
  • Dual color LED backlighting (Cherry MX with black keycaps only)
  • USB interface
  • N-key rollover
  • Made in Taiwan
  • 60 in (152.4 cm) cable
  • 14.10 x 5.30 x 1.40 in (35.81 x 13.46 x 3.56 cm)
  • 2.07 lbs (0.94 kg)

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is July 24, 2018 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

Recent Activity

Edit: This was typed on the V80 TKL that I received from Massdrop. Just received mine a week or two ago. Got mine with Matias quiet click switches, no backlighting and the front printed retro styled keycaps. This keyyyboard is fantastic except for a few glaring problems. As you can probablyy already see, there is some keyy chatter. I'm leaving in those Y's to demonstrate how annoying it is to deal with. The board itself is a dream to tyype on. Veryy quiet, around the same volume as rubber dome that myyy office mate uses. The key feel has some excellent tactility and a springy-ness that makes tyyping veryyy enjoyable. I got the front printed retro styled keycaps and they're alright. Nothing special. The Dye-sub is not super crisp, and there are minor changes in the bold-ness of different prints. Hard to notice unless you're reallyy paying attention however. Functionality is pretty much as described. Media keys are nice and the build quality is solid. The cable is a braided one, and is actually quite smooth compared to some other cables I've used. All in all, pretty solid keyboard. Except for the key chatter. Holy shit is it annoying. The Yy key is misbehaving pretty seriously, as is the backspace, sometimes registering up to five. This is right out of the box. The chatter does not seem to be getting any better with daily use, onlyy more keys seem to be getting involved. A quick browse through some other reports indicate that this is not an un-common problem. Myy recommendation: get the keyboard if it suites yyour needs, but stayy the hell awayy from the quiet click switches. This is really a shame too because they are extremelyy tactile, veryyyy quiet and generally exceptional to tyype on, but the key chatter makes it a non-starter in my book. If you're handy there are some guides on how to fix them (seems to be a little excess grease in a lot of cases - check out Chyyros' alps cleaning/resto vid on youtube) but others have noted that this exercise can turn into yyeyarly maintenance. Not worth it IMO. I am returning this keyboard for a refund from Massdrop. No warranty from KBParadise is lame.

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