Originally Posted by dansi
Sure if i do the slowest and gentlest of touch, i can feel the very slight bump of MX Browns, but if i typed as per normal, they feel the same?
In general, i am more sensitive to spring tension beneath, key-cap height and their spacing between each keys.
The bump on browns is more substantial than the 'slowest and gentlest touch' unless you have a brown with a completely worn out switch stem.
Yes you can feel the browns if you type quickly (I had a MX red keyboard so I should know) but it won't affect your speed at all. It will just tell your brain that it's there.
The bump on browns is supposed to stop you from accidentally depressing the key and give you feedback when you are pressing it slowly or barely resting your finger on it. This was a serious problem with MX reds.