Are mechanical keyboards better for coding

Are mechanical keyboards better for coding - dustsilver

Nowadays, lots of people are coding or typing on the computer. For a good coding experience, they increase or upgrade the performance of their computer. However, they forget to upgrade their weapon - keyboard. Some still use the membrane keyboard or normal keyboard, although it can code, the experience of coding is very bad. 

For the membrane or normal keyboard. They will fade for using a time, maybe 3 months or half a year. Not only that the normal keyboard can’t help you code fastly. But please consider if the normal keyboard slows down your work progress. Will you still like it?

So why not use the mechanical keyboard at the first time? They can type fast, don’t need the high operating force but can enter the keys on the computer. Most mechanical keyboards use PBT keycaps, which completely overcomes the shortcoming of ABS keycaps which are known to wear down quickly and develop an unwanted shine over time. For the PBT keycaps, they will not fade. Very comfortable when you type on the keys. 

For engineers or someone who will code or type for a long time every day, it is very important for them to protect the hand wrist. Thanks to the ergonomic mechanical keyboard, which will not feel tired when typing a long time. Not only that, but you can also buy a wrist rest for your hands to rest on for protection. 

So do not hesitate to buy a mechanical keyboard if you are an engineer or need to code or type a long time every day. I am sure the mechanical keyboard is better to use, and more protects your hand.

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