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@fssbzz - how do you define 'mechanical' keyboard in the context of your essay?
Mechanical keyboards are constructed with higher quality materials, they last longer and are more reliable compare to membrane keyboards
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Hi guys, i want to do a research paper about mechanical Keyboard for my college writing class.
Is there any good site for me to find the source?
i wonder if i can get my source from the geekhack wiki..will it be legit?
You steal my pics and my legal team will be all over your ass.
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You steal my pics and my legal team will be all over your ass.
don worry, you are all over my bibliography.. all my main sources is from GeekHack.
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Mechanical keyboards are constructed with higher quality materials, they last longer and are more reliable compare to membrane keyboards
Not "why are they better", "what are they".


Also, don't use "membrane" keyboard. Rubber dome and scissor switch are your targets of ridicule, especially rubber dome.

The Model M and Cherry MY keyboards are examples of mechanical keyboards that use membranes.
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Not "why are they better", "what are they".


Also, don't use "membrane" keyboard. Rubber dome and scissor switch are your targets of ridicule, especially rubber dome.

The Model M and Cherry MY keyboards are examples of mechanical keyboards that use membranes.
ah.. Noted.
Thanks man.


Mechanical keyboards are keyboard that uses an individual switch for each key. They have a springiness and feel that is not the same as the standard membrane keyboard accompanying most computers. def from the dictionary.

I'm sorry that my english is very bad..
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ah.. Noted.
Thanks man.


Mechanical keyboards are keyboard that uses an individual switch for each key. They have a springiness and feel that is not the same as the standard membrane keyboard accompanying most computers. def from the dictionary.

I'm sorry that my english is very bad..
Scissor switches have an individual switch for each key coupled with a rubber dome sheet.

Many older rubber dome keyboards have discreet switches containing rubber domes.


I think a better definition would be a keyboard with switches which utilize as a main component a metal spring, either coiled or leaf, for resetting the switch, increasing force, or adding tactility.

This excludes rubber domes (both discreet and sheet) and scissor switches, while including all switches commonly described as mechanical, including buckling springs, Cherry MX and MY, and Topre (even though Topre uses rubber domes for tactility). It does add a few switches not normally considered mechanical, such as some foam element switches, but these are ancient and no longer used, so you don't need to go over them.
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Scissor switches have an individual switch for each key coupled with a rubber dome sheet.

Many older rubber dome keyboards have discreet switches containing rubber domes.


I think a better definition would be a keyboard with switches which utilize as a main component a metal spring, either coiled or leaf, for resetting the switch, increasing force, or adding tactility.

This excludes rubber domes (both discreet and sheet) and scissor switches, while including all switches commonly described as mechanical, including buckling springs, Cherry MX and MY, and Topre (even though Topre uses rubber domes for tactility). It does add a few switches not normally considered mechanical, such as some foam element switches, but these are ancient and no longer used, so you don't need to go over them.
nice!!
thanks!!
so..i will just put Phaedrus2129 & overclock.net, cite it as my source ok?
i wonder if that will work.
anyway
Steelseries post this in their facebook, how they laser their new keyboard Steelseries Shift keycaps. is so cool~!
but is a rubber dome keyboard, which have Improved rubber domes for extended lifecycle up to 15million keystroke made with high quality silicon. lol
http://steelseries.com/products/keyb...elseries-shift

here's the video:
http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=436623070747
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What level of school are you in Fssb? Posts on an internet forum probably won't be good enough sources for late highschool or any college class. Middle School (aka junior high) it's probably fine though.
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What level of school are you in Fssb? Posts on an internet forum probably won't be good enough sources for late highschool or any college class. Middle School (aka junior high) it's probably fine though.
im in college.
is geekhack wiki consider a good sources?
im not doing a research paper, but a speech outline which require research, and sources.
so i cant go too far or too detail which ALL my classmate don't even know what mechanical keyboard is. trying to stay simple and make it understand.
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I find the USB Versus PS/2 wiki especially good myself.
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