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UK V80 Tenkeyless Matias Quiet Click Vintage Keyboard

KBP-V80MTS-Q-VIN-UK

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The KB Paradise V80 is a Tenkeyless keyboard, a standard layout keyboard without a keypad, roughly 80% of the size of a standard keyboard.
The keyboard has Matias Quiet Click switches and Vintage themed keycaps, light beige and dark beige, in a UK layout, bright white caps lock and scroll lock LED's and comes with a detachable braided USB cable.

£109.99 (£91.66 ex VAT) 

UK V80 Tenkeyless Matias Quiet Click Vintage Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-VIN-UK

The KB Paradise V80 is a Tenkeyless keyboard, a standard layout keyboard without a keypad, roughly 80% of the size of a standard keyboard.
The keyboard has Matias Quiet Click switches and Vintage themed keycaps, light beige and dark beige, in a UK layout, bright white caps lock and scroll lock LED's and comes with a detachable braided USB cable.

UK V80 Tenkeyless Matias Quiet Click Vintage Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-VIN-UK

Manufacturer
KB Paradise
Part Number
KBP-V80MTS-Q-VIN-UK
Connection
USB
Cable length
1.8 Metre
Language Layout
United Kingdom
Number of keys/buttons
88
Switch Type
Matias Quiet Click
Length
355 mm
Depth
138 mm
Height
39 mm
Weight
980 g
Compatible
PC
Gross Weight
1.3 kg

UK V80 Tenkeyless Matias Quiet Click Vintage Keyboard - KBP-V80MTS-Q-VIN-UK

  Anonymous  13/02/2018
This is my first mechanical keyboard and as such I chose it from reading about the products. This one was attractive for the combination of reasonable price and Matias switches which I was led to believe have more positive feel than the Cherry brand. The action certainly feels very chunky and is a joy to use.

The design is unobtrusive and the opposite of many gamer boards on the market. I reckon it would be perfect for those who might want to smuggle a better keyboard into their office environment because it is discreet in its appearance and apparently quieter in operation than many mechanical boards. The only problem now is that I am wondering if I should have gone for a more full featured one!

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