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This keyboard has one major disadvantage that I've never seen in a keyboard. You may want to skip on this depending on your air conditioning situation. My apartment in Southern California regularly gets hot, and my home office lacks A/C. If the temperature gets above, say, 90 degrees, the keyboard will totally stop working. The lights will stay on for a while, but it will stop registering input. If you unplug and replug the USB cable, it will cease to come on until the room cools down significantly.
It would appear this keyboard was not sufficiently heat tested. My V80 TKL has never experienced this issue, so I'll be going back to that as a primary keyboard.
Interesting. I have felt a little bit of heat from the edges of mine but nothing that extreme and my room gets up around 90, mabye see if they will swap it out?
It definitely needs to be swapped, you have some bad solder joints. $200 it should be perfect, otherwise you'll need to open it and check them.