But hey, there’s a reason they call Kailh’s MX compatible switches. They are 100% compatible with all MX keycaps.
Kailh switches aren’t bad, just wait for the keyboard pros to work, but the bottom line is that Kailh isn’t bad it’s slightly better than cherries, sweeter.
Cherry MX Speed Silver and Kailh Speed switches are the best choices for gaming as they are among the fastest switches on the market and take much less time to activate than standard mechanical switches.
Kailh Box Switches This box protects the switch from dust and moisture and has an IP56 protection class. However, the mechanism means that they are only compatible with SMD LEDs and not with through holes (a little more common).
Standard configuration = any keychain from the current store will work. Use your eyes to do these three tests:
- Check the space bar. A standard layout has a bottom row of 1.25x - 1.25x - 1.25x - 6.25x - 1.25x - 1.25x - 1.25x - 1.25x.
- Check the shift line.
- Check the caps lock.
Gateron is considered a soft (very small) switch. Plus, they’re cheaper to switch, which in turn comes at the expense of card costs. I have several cards with Gateron Browns and two with Cherry Browns. Cherries are steeper, but in a good way.
Cherry Brown MX. Cherry MX Brown is considered to be the best mid-range switch. Its tactile impact, quiet stroke, and medium actuation force make it a versatile switch. Since the tactile impact is generated by an impact in the breaking fin, the hysteresis is less pronounced than in Cherry MX Blue.
Gateron switches have a transparent housing and have quickly become one of the most sought after names in the keyboard community. Gateron switches use copper contact knives and soft plastic rods that provide a smooth and unmatched writing experience. Finally, Gateron just added a heavier 80g snap switch with green.
ANNE Pro has to press Fn + B to call up the Bluetooth configuration template and press ESC to finish. ANNE Pro can turn Bluetooth on and off with the function key.
The Cherry MX Speed (Silver) switches appear. These are Cherry’s new MX speed switches that will let you click and click faster than ever. It just appears that the activation point of these linear switches is shorter than the 1.2mm and 2mm Cherry MX Reds respectively.
Transparent switches are a stiffer version of brown switches, with a tactile impact and a weight of 65 cN. Gray switches are used for blanks on transparent keyboards weighing 80 cN. White switches are very similar to green switches, modern versions weigh the same (80 cN) but are a bit quieter.
The Zealios are tactile switches, which means they won’t click when you press them. However, a shock may be felt directly above the trigger point. They are designed by ZealPC and manufactured by Gateron, a Cherry Clone switch manufacturer. The switches are available in 62g, 65g, 67g and 78g.
Tfue uses Cherry MX Rubber 70A O-rings to reduce the noise of Cherry MX Brown switches.
Tfue is currently using Ducky One 2 Mini RGB LED 60% mechanical gaming keyboard.
Yes, the Azzurri are good for games. Personally, I like black switches for gaming, but this is my choice. The trigger point for most reds, browns, blues, and ■■■■■■ is about 2.1mm of down travel, so the keyboard should act as a similar brand of red switch.
The most recommended switches for gaming are generally not clickable. First, you need to understand the differences and understand why the key types behave this way. Key transfer is the sensation of a sudden loss of resistance when a key is pressed, which then leads to the floor.