Mechanical Keyboard (Kailh) - Noppoo Lolita Spyder 87 - Black Case [ISO UK] (Black switches) & FREE Delivery - £39.99 @ Sold by Corus Keyboards and Fulfilled by Amazon. - HotUKDeals
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Mechanical Keyboard (Kailh) - Noppoo Lolita Spyder 87 - Black Case [ISO UK] (Black switches) & FREE Delivery - £39.99 @ Sold by Corus Keyboards and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£39.99 @ Amazon
Constructed with floating keys that rise from the base to reveal the interior Kailh mechanical switches, the Noppoo Lolita Spyder 88 brings your typing up to a new plane of function. Built in a 80%… Read More
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Constructed with floating keys that rise from the base to reveal the interior Kailh mechanical switches, the Noppoo Lolita Spyder 88 brings your typing up to a new plane of function.

Built in a 80%, tenkeyless layout with 88 keys, the Lolita Spyder 88 features ABS keycaps with top-printed, pad-printed legends.

After plugging in through the USB interface, compute without a qualm thanks to the full N-key rollover (Windows only) over USB and dedicated multimedia keys.

If you're using a Mac, you are limited to 6-key rollover, which can be switched off by pressing FN and F-8. Package content:

- Warranty Card

- 1* Noppoo Lolita Spyder 88 (ISO UK)

Brand: Noppoo

Model: Lolita Spyder

Switches: Khail Mechanical Switches

Dimension: 358*13*38mm

Weight: 957.1g

Keys: 88 keys

Interface: USB 2.0

+5V 200mA MAX

Compatible Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Seven/8 , MAC OS
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#1
she's a beauty
#2
Personally I'd steer clear of Kailh switches, but to each their own.
#3
Using this keyboard at work, great so far except for the fact that somehow special keys gets turned on depending on what combination of keys you press (haven't worked that bit out yet). If you get into that situation, press Alt Gr to get out of it.

Paid £29.99 on amazon a few months back if I recall correctly.

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Edited By: MitchellT on Sep 15, 2016 10:39

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