by DREVO Keyboard
Help, you want me to pick a switch choice and i read your descriptions of them but confused on one to pick. I game and only type when needed. Can you please suggest which one is best choice for me
@Horace: The silent red is only available for the PRO wireless version keyboard, and it is quieter than the red switch. The wireless version uses the cherry switch and has 3 connection modes(USB/BlueTooth/2.4GHz), it also has the USB wired mode and will automatically charging when you using the wired mode. The wired version uses the Gateron switch. Hope this helped you.
@David: Yes, the blue is noisy. If you using the keyboard for gaming you can choose silver switch. If you using it both typing and gaming, I recommend the red or brown. Hope this helped you.
@Roeezz: Hi, I recommend the brown switch to you. It has the tactile feeling
Is the silent red switch only available for the wireless keyboard or for both, and is the red silent switch where you can feel the click but just can't hear it? Also, what's the major difference between the wired and wireless (apart from one being wireless and needing to be charged?) Thanks, deciding whether I want to stay with my TE pledge or get the pro
Hi, looking between red and silver, or even brown since blue is probably too noisy. Home usage, mixed of typing and gaming.
Hi, it's my first time using a mechanical keyboard and I would probably use it about equally for gaming and typing. what switch would be best?
@Jardras: Hi, I recommend the red switch to you. If we reach the $200K stretch goal, we will add the silent red switch, it is more silent than red switch. Hope it can help you.Thanks for your support.
Which switch to choose if I want a rather silent keyboard? :D
@J.van Eys: The IBM model M keyboard used the buckling spring switch. If you like the tactile feedback and clicky switch, I recommend the blue switch. The noise is less than buckling spring switch but louder than other color switches.
How does the clicky sound compare to the IBM model M keyboards?
I really like the tactile feedback of those keyboards, but they are loud.
Anything less noisy would be good.
@Pau: No, everyone can choose the switch they love, based on the TE/PRO version they have chosen. Would you mind tell me your using habit? I will help you choose the switch you like.
@Jeff Neely: Thanks for your support!
I have a question. Does the price increase depending on the choosen switch type? Thanks in advance.
Very helpful overview of the common switch types - thanks for such a detailed explanation!