Don’t you love the sound of the doorbell when you’re expecting a package? It’s like a miniature Christmas morning. I have to say, I don’t think I really knew what to expect in a mechanical keyboard, other than figuring it would be a lot like the old keyboard that I sometimes use at work (not my computer — it’s an old Hänel inventory system). It is very similar, only my new keyboard feels, well, newer.
It’s definitely a different experience. It’s a more pleasant tactile experience. You don’t have to wait for your fingers to be abruptly stopped in order to get feedback, or for the character to register. Moreover, the sound that the keyboard makes when the switch actuates is pleasant and gives immediate feedback. It’s a lot like typing on a manual typewriter, but requires much less movement of each key. But a very pleasant sounds as each character is typed is there.
So my five minute review of the CODE Mechanical Keyboard:
Currently listening to “Sunrise” by Doug Hammer