QwertyKeys has been on a roll lately. With their Neo65 and Neo70 boards seeing success, I was excited to see what was next on the horizon for them.
Well, they came out with a TKL called the Neo80. It’s the latest from QwertyKeys and, in my opinion, one of the prettiest boards they have released in the Neo lineup! It has a classic design, with thin side bezels and a simple yet elegant side profile. The board starts at $110 USD for the plateless variant and can max out at $190 if you get all the bells and whistles. The price is killer, but is the board any good? For reference, the unit I received to take a look was a $140 version.
What the board has going on for it is what really matters here. It features a wild amount of mounting styles, a catch ball enclosure and the magnetic daughter board (no cables, woo!) Oh and as I mentioned, it’s a classy design! Let’s dive deeper into all these points.
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Corner shot of the Neo80 // Fuji GFX 100s