Question about mechanical keyboards

TheDualshock

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It shouldn't damage the keyboard. The keyboard usually has a higher activation point so you don't need to fully push it down. It's like asking if pressing down fully on a normal keyboard will damage it. They are meant to be pressed/typed on.
 

TheDualshock

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It shouldn't damage the keyboard. The keyboard usually has a higher activation point so you don't need to fully push it down. It's like asking if pressing down fully on a normal keyboard will damage it. They are meant to be pressed/typed on.
 

SirGetch

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No, say if it is a Cherry MX keyboard, they test it by bottoming out the keys, not just actuating the switch. If it does anything, it's just hard plastic hitting hard plastic a lot. No big deal.
 

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