How is a mechanical keyboard different from a normal keyboard?

 A mechanical keyboard uses a mechanical switch that is placed under every key to record each keystroke that you make. This physical switch is triggered when you press the key before bouncing back quickly to return the key to its original position. An ordinary PC keyboard, on the other hand, uses a rubber dome and membrane to allow for the depression and recording of the key. I

How does the switch color affect the typing experience?

How does lubricant affect the performance of switches?

What is the difference between PBT and ABS  keycaps?

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