Mechanical keyboards have a significantly longer life span. Most of the mechanical switches are tested for 30 to 70 million key presses, some even up to 100 million key presses. Common membrane keyboards only offer a life span of about 5 million key presses.
No Wear Out
Mechanical switches do not only last longer, they also hardly wear out. Even after several years, typing on a mechanical keyboard almost feels like on the first day. There are no clattering keys or keys getting stuck.
Improved Typing Experience / Feedback
A mechanical switch offers way more tweaking options than a simple rubber dome. So it’s not really surprising, that there are a lot of different switch types with various characteristics.
Some switches have a detectable actuation point, some switches offer additional acoustic feedback. There are switches optimized for gaming and there are switches optimized for typing. More about that can be found in the Switch Types article.
High Stability / RobustnessMechanical keyboards are significantly more heavy than membrane or scissor keyboards. Therefore, they also have more stability and won’t shift so easy.
Mechanical Keyboards – Disadvantages
Mechanical keyboards are usually a bit louder than other keyboards. If that’s a problem for you, you can either choose one of the silent mechanical keyboard models or use O-Rings to decrease the sound level of your keyboard.
Mechanical keyboards are more expensive than most membrane keyboards
More weight benefits the stability, but it also makes transporting the keyboard a bit less comfortable. Additionally, the weight can be annoying, if you want to put the keyboard on your lap.
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