<-- Incoming noob guys.
So I'm still using this old Dell keyboard that used to come with Dell computers that were made like 10 years ago. It's black. That's it, I know you guys know what I'm talking about, haha.
But it's starting to get old. Even though I love it. I type so fast on this than any other keyboard I've used, but again, it's not very attractive at all, and it's just getting old.
I've been doing some research over the past two or three days for mechanical keyboards, specifically the switches. I've read the sticky guide about 10 times, and I still just have questions about the switches. I just cant comprehend what is different about them all. I was hoping if you guys could help me understand them a bit please.
One of the main reasons I want to get a new keyboard is cause of what happens when I start to type. My fingers move so fast, that sometimes I just don't put enough force in pushing one of the keys, and when I look a sentence or two ago, some letters in the middle of a word are missing. I game just as much as I type, but I would prefer a type of switch that's just...fluent. They probably all are fluent, but I've never used one. Just want something that would let me do a perfect touch type, not a press down type. I've been looking between Blues and Browns, but also Reds have been drawing my attention since they are in the CM Rapid.
First of all, I really don't want to spend more than $100 on a keyboard.
I've been looking at the CM Rapid
or whatever it is called, mainly cause of NCIX has it right now for $65.
Any assistance?Edited by Invisible - 2/25/12 at 7:21pm