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- Any keyboards with touch control?
- Peter Jason
July 23, 2015, 12:08 am
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Re: Any keyboards with touch control?
Like buckling spring.
There are keyboards that use Hall probes (magnet
and magnetic sensor), for no key bounce on the
There is a USENET group that discusses keyboards.
There are some gaming keyboards that use Cherry MX
switches, which would be a moderate stroke switch.
(Not a huge action like on a typewriter.) In the
animation, you can see the behavior isn't going to
be quite the same as a buckling spring.
The color of the MX switches is not arbitrary, and
signifies some sort of change in behavior. The side
view shows some differences in construction,
A "secret decoder ring" is available here. Some site
might tell you you're getting a "brown switch", and with
the decoder table, you can imagine what kind of "feel"
the keyboard will have.