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Newbies to Mechanical?
Like us from the beginning, many things to learn.
Yet! Another terminology, you may hear of OMP Profile or DSA, SA or even Cherry (uhm? Why fruit is related to mechanical keyboard?). Absolutely not, it’s not a kind of fruit, it’s the name of a family profile that the height of their keycaps was standardized by their manufacture – Cherry. Besides the variety of height: low, medium or high, the keycaps can have a sculptured or non-sculptured look depends on their manufactures. You can check out this site for a clear grasp of these pr
What is Groupbuy (group-buy)?
AKA collective – buying, this phrase can be traced from China, where it was first known as Tuán Gòu. – that the price of the products will be reduced on the condition that a minimum number of buyers would make the purchase.
What is keycap?
A keycap is a small plastic cover placed over the key switch of computer keyboards (mechanical keyboards). They are illustrated to indicate the function or alphanumeric character they correspond to. And the keycaps are those you can change their function from an indicated key to a personal lifestyle key.
Switches, switches, switches....
Have you ever wonder why a keyboard has the sound “click-click” when you press any key to it, while some others don’t have? Aha! Er.. Or you never notice? Hm Hm… Whatever! Let’s see. The reason for these differences is caused by a part of the keyboard that we call “switch”. They appear under every keycap of the mechanical keyboard and also make the main differences between mechanical keyboards and nowadays modern keyboards – dome-switch keyboard. “Switch” is the most important feature when tal
What is a Mechanical keyboard?
Forget all the switches, rubber dome, blah..blah.. those terminologies, ain’t nobody got time for that, mechanical keyboard (MK) is a keyboard built with high-quality spring activated, key switches, etc. MK nowaday raises the bar in many ways, most of these improvements boil down to one point – feel. Compared to the rubber dome keyboards that provide an inexpensive but dissatisfying feel and typing experience.