What is Mechnical Keyboard?

Mechanical keyboard is a type of keyboard.

In terms of structure, each key of the mechanical keyboard has a separate switch to control the closure, the switch is also known as "switch".

 According to the classification of the micro switch, mechanical keyboard can be divided into the traditional brown switches, blue switches, white switches, black switches, red switches, as well as Romer-G and optical switches.

It is because each key is composed of an independent micro-movement, so the key paragraph sense is stronger, thus producing a special feel suitable for gaming entertainment, so usually as more expensive high-end gaming peripherals.


About Typing

Mechanical keyboards are generally regarded as good keyboards for typing. They offer switches under each key rather than a rubber membrane like most standard keyboards, which means a superior feeling when typing. Each keypress is tangibly felt, helping users maintain more precise and accurate typing.


Are mechanical keyboards better for working and gaming? 


The more self-contained design of each switch gave keyboard builders the chance to get creative with macro keys and other extras adored by PC gamers

If you work on a computer for most of the day, a mechanical keyboard is one of the best PC upgrades you can make. You may think that they're only for gaming purposes, but mechanical keyboards are fantastic for general productivity work too.

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