Do Mechanical Keyboards Make Your Fingers Tired?

Do mechanical keyboards make your fingers tired? Mechanical keyboards are quickly gaining in popularity in recent years. The characteristic that they offer is a more distinctive click which some people cannot get enough of. Mechanical keyboards started to become popular with computer gamers and typists.

Typists enjoy the distinctive click because it lets them know that a letter has been pushed into the keys. The increasing popularity of mechanical keyboards has led to increasing prices. To help the budget-conscious buyer, there are some less expensive options available. A cheap solution is to purchase a rubber dome keyboard. However, this will not provide the same feel as a mechanical keyboard because it does not make a clicking sound or provide tactile feedback.

I’ve been a long-time user of a PC and switching to a Mac. The keyboard on a Mac is different from a PC keyboard. In the PC market, keyboards come from a variety of manufacturers with different features, shapes, and sizes. In particular, the keyboard I’ve been using for the last decade is a Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000.

It features a right-angled design with a split design that minimizes the twist in the wrists. The size is also right-sized for my hands, and I appreciate that. For a long time, I thought I had a problem with carpal tunnel already. I tried a Mac keyboard for a month and found it very uncomfortable.

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