This approach eradicates all of the disadvantages that mechanical contacts have, such as debounce and wear, at the expense of tactile feedback that you can completely feel.
It's available with different Cherry MX switches, and it's hot-swappable, so you can put whichever switches you prefer.
Both keyboards have exceptionally low latency, but it's lower on the Corsair.
Like the Razer, the Corsair is only available with linear switches, but you can choose between mechanical Cherry MX Speed switches or optical Corsair OPX switches.
On the bottom of the case are two adjustable feet that actually flip out sideways rather than vertically.
The and the Corsair K100 RGB are both fantastic wired gaming keyboards.
On the other hand, if you like the option of changing the switches whenever you want, the EVGA is hot-swappable.
On the other hand, the Corsair has dedicated media keys, a multi-function wheel, and a lower latency.
The Cable One thing you may notice is that this keyboard has an attached cable.
The grip of the pads is so strong that the tilt feet are being forced to retract if someone tries to push the keyboard sideways while it is sitting on a desk.
The Optical switches are also rated at a mean failure rate of 150 million actuations.
The Corsair K100 RGB and the are both fantastic for gaming.
On the other hand, the Mountain is a modular keyboard with a detachable numpad, so you can remove it to make it TKL.
Description: We tested it with the polling rate at 4000Hz.