What is a Mechanical Keyboard?
A mechanical keyboard is a keyboard built with high quality, typically spring activated, key switches. These key switches vary based on the keyboard’s application or user preference. While some of the first widely sold keyboards such as IBM’s Model M in the 1980’s utilized mechanical switches, the 1990’s brought on a wave of inexpensive rubber dome keyboards that flooded the keyboard market. Rubber dome keyboards represent over 90% of keyboards in use today and provide an inexpensive but dissatisfying feel and typing experience.
HyperX’s signature radiant light bar and smooth, dynamic RGB lighting effects, the HyperX Alloy Core RGB™ is ideal for gamers looking to enhance their keyboard’s style and performance without breaking the bank. With six different lighting effects and three brightness levels, it balances both brilliance and budget. The Alloy Core RGB is stylish, well-featured and durable, making it a great all-around multimedia keyboard for your school’s tournament.
MSI's gaming keyboards featuring a tactile response for precision feedback. With mechanical-like switches and specific multi-color backlit keys, this keyboard provides gamers an exciting experience while playing games. Multi-color LED backlight and adjustable brightness bring a different style and night-time functionality to your desktop. These dazzling colors help you to be victorious when fighting in the dark!
Speed. Accuracy. Durability. Logitech G gaming keyboards are designed with the technology and materials required for high performance gaming. Compare the force profiles and actuation characteristics of three distinct switch options: Romer-G Tactile, Romer-G Linear and GX Blue.