I don't mean to judge your credibility, but can anyone else verify this? I am specifically looking for "qweasd" and if this keyboard can do it for $20 then I'm sold
Verifying qweasd is not going to help you know if the keyboard has n-key rollover.
We know it's a USB keyboard so someone needs to USB-to-PS/2 convert to see if the keyboard has native PS/2 support, for the appropriate testing of rollover, but even without we should still be able to effect a proper test of rollover. One key combination is not a proper test.
What if I told you my keyboard did "jkl,mn" (over PS/2), would you want verification of just this to know rollover? Let me then tell you this POS won't do "qsdb" or "erjk", or, what makes me even more mad because I use the numpad for FPS, "423".
The reason I like PS/2 as a native interface for a keyboard is that if you've got n-key rollover, you can really just put your fist down in the middle of the keyboard and get 12 characters with no gimmicks attached (although it's best to try both fists...one on the main keyboard area and one on the numpad, since I've sometimes read about some cherry keyboards being 'alpha n-key rollover' whatever that means).