Why You Should Be Typing On A Mechanical Keyboard
Wednesday 16 May, 2018
Simply why must you get a Mechanical keyboard
- It feels awesome to use. You immediately will feel more confident with how you type and it just feels many times over more professional like tapping away at a typewriter.
- You are not tethered to a laptop. Laptop’s are great because you can easily release yourself from always having to sit at your desk and can literally work on top of your lap. I do all my work on an ultra portable laptop with a small screen, great for portability but when I want to fully use my large external monitor as my primary screen its tough without oddly positioning my laptop or just plugging in a keyboard.
I may sound pretty ridiculous saying that tapping away at a mechanical keyboard would instill confidence, but I more than feel that this is true. I realized it immediately once I started typing away at it. With the tactile mechanical nature of each key, when you press a key it responds with a resonating click. Because of the flat sensitive keys on my laptop, I spent much of my time fixing errors due to pressing the wrong key nearby than for actual spelling and grammar errors. This type of experience reminds me of when I was in graduate architecture school and a professor mocked me for sketching with a ball point pen. I thought his comments were unfounded until a year or so later I started writing with a fountain pen, and I quickly noticed the versatility you have with an instrument like that This is the same case.
These types of keyboards are heavily marketed towards the gaming community, I am not a gamer nor do I plan to be one. This investment was completely on the focus of having a better typing experience and to fully utilize my larger screen as my primary monitor. This purchased definitely impressed me more than I could have imagine.
I am typing on the DREVO Tyring (Tenkeyless) Keyboard. For $41 it’s the best you are going to get in quality and with real mechanical keys.