would optical keyboards be inherently faster total processing than logetechs roamer g pro keyboard's total processing?
edit: optical switches have no debounce time added to latency but with the same actuation distance of 1.5mm as the romer g. the romer g pro keyboard claims to have reduced key signal processing by 10ms, is this due to a more efficient debouncing algorithm? i see that the bloody optical keyboard company has keyboards with linear switches and tactile but the tactile ones are clicky like blues, sadly. i don't like linear because the actuation is too ambiguous. imagine a gun trigger with no wall and no break, completely linear. terrible. the clicky is just annoying. i'm looking for an optical keyboard with an actuation of 1.5mm or lower while being tactile but not purposefully clicky. also want to say that i'm aware that the cherry mx speeds exist with an actuation distance of 1.2mm but they are linear which is not optimal.
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