I stumbled across this keyboard not long ago and it is quite interesting so I am making this post to share it.
This is a Cherry g80-3000 but what is interesting is the article number of it.
As you can see it is g80 - 3000 HOG.
H as we know is Double shot
G is British Iso
And the O in the middle, where an indication for switch type normally is, is not documented in the wiki (wiki/Cherry_article_numbers)
I even had a brief conversation with Myoth on DT discord however he was not sure what this is or what the O means.
Now the keyboard arrived to me, and it is.... interesting and underwhelming, give or take.
Update: all chean up and handsome, smile boi you may go on wiki today
Here is how it came to me originally :p
1- Normal stuffs
This has vint mx blue:
Stamp on the pcb so you know it is the real deal i guess
There is a switch from the back of the pcb
So you can switch between AT and PC, not sure what this mean
2- Now the weird stuff
The caps! They are just very strange. First off the legend does not look Cherry:
Here is normal OG double shot:
Here what HOG looks like: the font for the legends is clearly different
And the quality! Man i don't know i have really hard time believing these were made by Cherry, just look at them:
They are thin the the double shot part is very minimal. Remind me of tai hao caps at the time.
So conclusion is perhaps HOG in Cherry language translate to "cheap double shot keycaps" + "DIN connection & Blue switch" + "UK ISO layout"
Or.... perhaps sometimes ago some dude saw the value in the caps and swap the OG ones with a cheaper set I really don't know, the caps came well used though.
Oh, and here is a real Hog