Originally Posted by Kirinji;13608660
I almost find it funny that some people go as far to buy a mechanical keyboard only to find it too "depressing" (pun intended) that they would buy things like these:lachen:
And I'm so jealous of you all who can speak about different mechanical switches...
Me too. I've only used 3 and I don't even know what the 3rd one is.
That said, I love my mechanical boards I just don't particularly see the reason its wrong to not like the jarring feeling of bottoming out hard on a mech. Not that i really do that a whole lot but any time I come back from using a rubber dome for a while it happens. Plus as much as i like the click and bump of a cherry blue, the click and halt of bottom out isn't quite as pleasant.
Actually I had no clue. would be nice to have one properly fitted to each individual keyboard as opposed to this method though. It would just look so ugly to have a grey patchwork visible between the cracks in the keys. on a backlit board.
Originally Posted by bojinglebells;13610413
I really don't get the obsession of not bottoming out
the only advantage is that its quieter
If you bottom out hard, it can hurt after an hour of typing or so. And people spend thousands on nice sound systems and noise dampening for their rigs, why is it a big deal to not bottom out for the same reason?