Mechanical Keyboards

Will write mechanical keyboards description later.

Keyboards I Mainly Use

IBM Enhanced Keyboard (1991 IBM Model M)

Model M
Part Number 1391401
Key Switch Technology IBM Buckling Spring
Keyboard Interface PS/2
Date of Manufacture NOVEMBER 08, 1991
Manufactured in UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

The IBM Enhanced Keyboard (more commonly known by many as the IBM Model M) is said to be the world's greatest keyboard ever made. It trumps rubber dome switches which are commonly used in most modern keyboards. It even makes the praised-by-many Cherry MX switches feel scratchy and without character when compared to the god-like buckling spring switch used in the IBM Model M. Everything about it — That crisp tactile bump, the sweet ping of the spring followed with a kur-thunk of the keycap bottoming out, and the perfectly balanced actuation force — is well thought out and executed with the high standards that Big Blue had always strived for back then. All of this is why a keyboard released 35 years ago (1985) still remains (in the eyes of many) uncontested in feel, sound, layout, and the tank-like build quality that they were so famous for. [Will finish description later]

Genovation ControlPad CP24

Model CP24
Part Number N/A
Key Switch Technology Cherry MX Black
Keyboard Interface USB
Date of Manufacture N/A
Manufactured in N/A

There are multiple reasons that I settled on using the Genovation ControlPad CP24 as the macropad of my choice [Will finish description later]

Keyboards I No Longer Use, but Still Own

Corsair K95 RGB Platinum

Model K95
Part Number N/A
Key Switch Technology Cherry MX RGB Brown
Keyboard Interface USB
Date of Manufacture N/A
Manufactured in N/A

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