For mechanical keyboards, in addition to judging the appearance of the product, we spend most of the rest of the time discussing the feel of the keys. Is it smooth or not? Is it good or bad for playing games or working? What happened to the new axes introduced? ......Many of our unknown questions will pop up in our minds at the moment before payment, but in fact, most of the questions have no answers. After all, the feel is very subjective, and it can only be said by touch talk.
And the factor that has the greatest impact on the feel of the keyboard is the switch body. We can’t understand the feel of the keyboard, and we can’t talk about it. Inextricably linked.
Now the absolute mainstream switches are nothing more than blue, tea, black, and red. All mainstream mechanical keyboards currently available in the market use these four colors of switches (any mechanical keyboard can make these four switch versions). Each type of axis has its own characteristics. Through these characteristics, different uses are distinguished. Here I would like to remind readers that the application of the axis is still not absolute. I think personal feelings are more important. For example, if you like to play games but your fingers are weak, In any case, if you can't adapt to the black axis, it is better to choose other types, so as not to cause adverse effects.