Top 5 Mechanical Keyboards

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If you’re looking for a high-quality mechanical keyboard, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered some of our favorite keyboards with Cherry MX switches, Glorious Glorious Panda switches, and Linear switches. Whether you’re looking for a high-end mechanical keyboard for gaming, a budget keyboard for home use, or a hybrid, we’ve got you covered.

Cherry MX switches

Cherry MX switches are one of the best mechanical keyboard switches available. They provide long-lasting performance and durability. However, they are very expensive. This makes them not a great option for users on a budget. Choosing the right type of switch is a matter of personal preference.

Cherry MX switches can be found in 13 different types. Each type offers a unique combination of features and benefits. For instance, Cherry MX Blacks are a great choice for gamers and strategy game players. The Black switch is designed with a coil spring that provides a quick return.

Another popular Cherry MX type is the Brown switch. This model is a middle ground between clicky and linear switches. It has a small bump halfway through the keypress.

Linear switches

One of the most common types of mechanical switches is the linear switch. They are essentially small metal or gold bars that lie underneath each key. The main function of these devices is to determine the activation of a keystroke.

Linear switches may be more efficient than the traditional switches that use springs, but they also have the potential to hurt your fingers. There are several variants of this type of switch, including the short-stem switch, which can be a bit quicker to re-bouncing than its long-stem counterpart.

The best and most efficient way to type on a mechanical keyboard is through a linear switch. This particular type of switch offers a smooth, vertical actuation that is not only more efficient than other keyboard switches, it is also much quieter than its counterparts.

Glorious’s Glorious Panda switches

Panda switches are a popular option among mechanical keyboard enthusiasts. They are designed to fit into the high tactility category, with high actuation force, a strong ‘bump’ at the start of the downstroke, and smooth post-bump travel.

The Glorious Panda switch has a lot going for it, but it also has some shortcomings. Despite the name, it isn’t the best stock tactile switch you can get. It doesn’t have the same actuation force as the Zealios V2, but it does have a nice ‘thump’ at the start of the downstroke.

Aside from the thump, there are a few other details to consider. One of the most impressive is the ‘tasty’ sound the switches produce. This is especially true if you use Cherry MX keycaps.

Monoprice’s Collider

Monoprice’s Collider mechanical keyboard offers a great typing experience. It has a steel frame to ensure its sturdy construction. While it isn’t the best gaming keyboard available, it delivers a good overall performance.

The Collider keyboard uses Cherry MX Speed Silver switches. These switches have a 1.2mm actuation point and are responsive. They require about 45 grams of force to operate. With that much force, users may sometimes make typing mistakes.

Although Monoprice’s Collider mechanical gaming keyboard isn’t perfect, it does have some nice features. In addition to the Cherry MX Switches, the Dark Matter Collider TKL also has a per-key customizable RGB backlighting system. Users can choose from seven static colors or create their own custom color schemes. Depending on the software, users can also map macros to individual keys.

Anne Pro 2

The Anne Pro 2 is a compact keyboard that is made for the mobile user. It has a slick design that is easy to hold. Despite its small size, the Anne Pro is equipped with a variety of features that are suitable for a wide range of users.

One of the most noticeable aspects of the Anne Pro is its ability to connect to up to four devices. This means that you can use it to make calls, receive emails, or even play games without any hassle. Plus, you can customize the layout of your keys. You can also change the color of your key caps.

Another great feature is the RGB backlight. This allows you to create customized lighting effects that will give you the perfect illumination for your needs. EPOMAKER SK66 60% Keys Wired Gateron Optical Mechanical Gaming  Keyboard with RGB Backlight and PBT Heat Sublimation Keycaps (Gateron  Optical Brown, Grey White) : Video Games

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