New Mechanical Keyboard

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luktur
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New Mechanical Keyboard

Post by luktur » Wed Aug 07, 2019 5:14 pm

Hello Everyone!

Today I bought new keyboard! It's mechanical keyboard... I never had any mechanical keyboard in my life. I tried to type on - feel very comfy, but I'm typing little bit slower now. I usually type between 80-90, with mechanical keyboard 72-80 but I'm still making many mistakes. So how long does it usually take to get used to mechanical keyboard?

Thank You!

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Linsk
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Re: New Mechanical Keyboard

Post by Linsk » Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:20 am

Hello luktur,

It can range from a few hours to several weeks. It depends on the keyboard you had before, the switches you have chosen, your adaptability and the time you spend on it.

alexxx
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Re: New Mechanical Keyboard

Post by alexxx » Mon Aug 12, 2019 8:36 am

It would take some time to get used to the keyboard.

jeremy0atmeal
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Re: New Mechanical Keyboard

Post by jeremy0atmeal » Mon Sep 02, 2019 1:50 pm

I actually find alternating between a couple of different boards with different switch types helps my speed. I dunno why, maybe it's so your muscle memory and brain kind of resets moving from one to another. I think you just have to get used to anything you use.

Bitba_t
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Re: New Mechanical Keyboard

Post by Bitba_t » Thu Jan 09, 2020 1:37 am

For me, it seemed to take a lot of time for my Corsair K63 keyboard. I have had a lot of fun with it ever since although it is a bit too light on my fingers.


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