# Mechanical keyboard

We’re working on the software industry and use keyboard over 8 hours per day. If you don’t know about mechanical keyboard, you should find out and use once in your life.

1. Why’s mechanical keyboard (mech)?
2. Pros

• Improved Typing Experience: (Feels) how the keyboard makes YOU feel. The sound, look, and tactility.
• Features: what different keyboards can do, and how many keys it takes to get the job done.
• Cost: Okay, so how much do you want to spend?
3. Cons

• High Price: Mechanical keyboards are more expensive than most membrane keyboards.
• Sound Level: Mechanical keyboards are usually a bit louder than other keyboards, especially the mechanical keyboard with BLUE switches. If that’s a problem for you, you can either choose one of the silent mechanical keyboard with switch RED.
• High Weight: More weight benefits the stability, but it also makes transporting the keyboard a bit less comfortable. Additionally, the weight can be annoying, if you want to put the keyboard on your lap.
4. Switches: suggestion Cherry MX
5. Linear: (Red, Yellow, Black)

• Smooth, consistent, quiet noise
6. Tactile: (Brown, Clear)

• Moderate noise.
7. Clicky (Blue, Green): almost people begin with mechanical keyboard choose.

• Loud noise.

There isn’t a single “best switch”. Switch preferences are 100% personal opinion. You should buy a $20 switch tester to find out what sort of weight/tactility you prefer in a switch before dropping$80+ on a full keyboard. It gives you far more perspective than anything online can.

1. Brand names:
2. Dareu (bluetooth): $20 -$50
3. Leopold

Say no with Razer, Ducky. These brands tend to be overpriced, low build quality, and have gaudy LEDs and plastic strapped all over the place.