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[POLL] Keyboard Key Switch Mechanisms


Israeli_Eagle

Keyboard Key Switch Mechanisms  

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  1. 1. Which keyboard switches do you use mostly?

    • Rubber Dome Switch
      2
    • Scissor Switch
      2
    • Buckling-spring Switch
      0
    • Mechanical Switch
      5
    • Others
      3


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Israeli_Eagle

Which types of keyboards you use presently?

 

Here you can see the mechanisms which are mostly used:

http://xahlee.info/kbd/keyboard_switch_mechanisms.html

 

I like a lot RGB Mechanical Keyboards and at moment use an Aukey KM-G3.

 

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  • Fair price
  • Does not need any extra drivers
  • Blue Outemu switches
  • 9 styles back-lit effects
  • 5 programmable styles
  • waterproof

 

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@Israeli_Eagle

Thanks for posting the link to this extremely informative keyboard site.

 

My story : 

A few months ago I was going to bring back to life my favorite old Logitech illuminated keyboard and because of that I kept searching internet for all kind of info that could possibly help me to do so.

Fully succeeded with repearing of one key, but not with the other. So I decided to switch the broken "h" key with one very rarely used key (specific only for Logitech keyboards).  Used 3-rd party software for the task and it worked  brilliantly..... untill I had to reinstall my OS.

Guess what .... After that reinstall (exactly the same OS version) there were no such software that would successfully remap this "h" key all over again (tried all available progs).  

Never learned why did it happen ....   :(  :s

 

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On 1/12/2018 at 11:43 PM, mona said:

Guess what .... After that reinstall (exactly the same OS version) there were no such software that would successfully remap this "h" key all over again (tried all available progs).  

Never learned why did it happen ....   :(  :s

 

 

I think it's time to get a new good keyboard. :coolwink:

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