If you’re the kind of person that likes to type loudly then this blog post might not be for you. In this blog post we will discuss mechanical keyboards and which ones are the quietest. Mechanical keyboards offer a number of advantages over regular rubber dome or membrane based keyboards, such as: increased durability, lower actuation force (which means typing is easier), and more responsive keystrokes. This article will take an in-depth look at some of the quieter mechanical keyboard options available on the market today.
When you think of a motherboard, what is the first thing that comes to mind? If you are like most people, it’s likely not good news. You probably expect something with lots of problems and having to be replaced all too often. The truth is that the motherboard is one of the most important components in your computer for many reasons. Here are three benefits of having a better motherboard:
Mechanical keyboards are known for their clicking sound and clunky typing experience. However, there is a new breed of keyboard that has emerged: the silent mechanical keyboard. This post will cover what makes them different and see if they’re worth it!
Mechanical keyboards are known for their noise. However, there is one type of mechanical keyboard that is just as silent as a rubber dome keyboard. This type of switch was created by Cherry and they call it the MX Silent switch.
The only difference between this version and the other switches in the line-up is that it has a white stem instead of a black or clear one. These switches have been available on some Corsair boards since early 2012, but now you can buy them from any third party manufacturer thanks to Cherry’s licensing program. If you’re looking for an ultra quiet board then these might be perfect for you!