Originally Posted by Ekemeister
Or you can just learn to power read and bust through his amazing article in 5 minutes.
I was happy with the original Mechanical Keyboard Guide and it's revisions but he changed it. it went from Beginners to Advanced by borrowing, copying (with permission). many people link the mechanical keyboard guide in peripheral threads but they don't always read it. it's large and intimidating because the people reading the Mechanical Keyboard Guide know nothing about keyboards except how to operate them. I barely understand it. if people are interested in learning about Keyboard Matrix, USB or PS/2, Printing, Reviews, etc they can sign up at geekhack to learn about them. at OCN we increase mechanical keyboard awareness, help people and talk about mechanical keyboards.Edited by lmnop - 10/10/10 at 5:17pm