Mechanical Keyboards Hobby leads to obsession

Das Keyboard 4 Professional

Corsair K95 RGB

KBC Pok3r 3

Qwerkywriter

What makes Mechanical Keyboards so great?

When comparing Mechanical keyboards to the standard rubber-dome board there really is no competition. Mechanical keyboards provide a more tactile feedback while also being much sturdier than a rubber-dome. Mechanical keyboards also allow for a much higher level of customizability, from the case all the way to the keycaps. Investing in a personalized Mechanical keyboard is a decision that you will never regret

IBM Model M

Mechanical keyboards use individual switches instead of standard rubber-dome keys, this keys are more accurate, provide a better tactile feed back, and allow for customization to the exact amount of pressure you want before it registers a keypress. These switches come in many different kinds and can be startling for a beginner, but there are many buying guides to ensure the perfect decision.

Logitech G610 Orion

Das Keyboard X40 Pro

SteelSeries Apex M500

Okay you've convinced me, how do I buy one?

Picking a first Mechanical keyboard can be a hard decision for first time buyers, luckily there are many buying guides online that make the process easy and understandable for the less experienced. Linked below is a buying guide that asks a series of questions about your regular computer use and suggests the perfect keyboard for you.

From top to bottom: 110-key, 10-key less, 60%, 40%

Blue switches best switches

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