Mechanical keyboards for gamers and writers
Get tactile feedback with every click.
The average person types about 8,000 keystrokes every hour. What if each of those keystrokes could give you a gratifying clicking sensation? We’re talking about the feeling of a mechanical keyboard, which has a physical spring-loaded switch under each key to record keystrokes (normal keyboard uses a rubber dome and plastic membranes that records the depression of the key, which means it doesn’t fully sink or spring back). Mechanical keyboards can give you faster, more accurate keystrokes, and make typing a more pleasurable experience with tactile feedback and sound—some can even recreate the feeling of a typewriter.
It’s got a slim profile, a splash-resistant design, and would work as well for typing up a report. Amazon
This keyboard comes with 104 keys and custom switches with medium resistance and satisfying, audible clicks. The keys are plate mounted, which makes the keyboard more durable. You can choose LED backing colors for the keyboard: red, rainbow, or RBG (red-blue-green), with customizable lighting modes.
A Serious Upgrade
It comes with a detachable, dual-sided, and soft wrist rest. Amazon
This keyboard is designed with avid gamers in mind. It uses Cherry MX Speed RGB key switches, with 1.2 millimeter actuation (that’s how much you need to press down for the keystroke to register). Its anodized brushed aluminum frame is designed to hold up, and it’s got super customizable backlighting—you can customize the lighting to each key, and create low key mood lighting or a flashy light show. There are six dedicated macro keys you can customize—assign a frequently used key stroke, or a complex combo.
Dated Look With Updated Functionality
You can connect up to three devices. There is also a wired USB mode. Amazon
Miss the romance of typewriters? What if you could get that same experience (and aesthetic), while writing your novel on your tablet? This deluxe keyboard recreates the aesthetic of a vintage typewriter, with an all metal construction, typewriter-inspired keys, and Cherry MX switches. It has a built in tablet stand and bluetooth connectivity.