Serious typists deserve a responsive keyboard. Here are three steps to tactile heaven.
1. GOOD: Aukey KM-G3 RGB
Add some tappy feedback to your strokes and sharpen your email routine with Aukey’s nicely priced keyboard. Even with its garish, multicolored LED backlights and springy key switches that click loudly enough to be heard five cubicles away, it’s miles ahead of that freebie you’re typing on now.
2. GREAT: Logitech Orion G610 Brown
Next to the soft white LEDs beneath the Orion’s keys you’ll find high-quality, German-designed Cherry MX Brown switches; a tactile bump mid-keystroke and a relatively quiet click make them the best choice for typists. Media controls—including a cool volume roller—sit conveniently above the number pad.
3. AMAZING: Das Keyboard Prime 13
The Prime is all about minimalist elegance and functionality. There are no frills, just 104 backlit keys set into an anodized aluminum top plate. The sturdy build means it’ll last at least until your 10th novel. With soft-clicking, finger-pleasing switches, the Das lets you command those Slack channels with comfort and authority.
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