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Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx
Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx

Varmilo Sea Melody Series keyboard cherry mx

Regular price
$149.90
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$149.90

Varmilo Sea Melody Series

Brand: Varmilo

Switch: Cherry MX Switch

Interface: USB Plug and play

Keycaps: Laser-engraved PBT

Sizes:
68keys: 341 x 108 x 35mm
87 keys: 356 x 134 x 33mm
108 keys: 442 x 137 x 33mm

 

 

 

Types of switch

Red Switch

Conversely, Cherry MX Red switches were only introduced in 2008 and are the most recent switch to be developed by the company. They have a low actuation force, at 45 cN – tied with Brown for the lowest of the four most common switches. Red switches have been marketed as a gaming switch, with the light weighting allowing for more rapid actuation, and have become increasingly common in gaming keyboards.

 

Brown Switch

The most popular type of tactile, non-clicky switch is the Cherry MX Brown. This switch was introduced in 1994 as a special ‘ergo soft’ switch, but quickly became one of the most popular switches. Today, the majority of Filco keyboards are sold with Brown switches, as the switch is a good middle-of-the-road option appropriate for both typing and gaming. They are also ideal for typing in office environments, where a clicky switch might annoy some.

 

Blue Switch

The Cherry MX Blue is the most common clicky switch, and was first made available in Filco keyboards in 2007. Blue switches are favoured by typists due to their tactile bump and audible click, but can be less suitable for gaming as the weighting is relatively high – 50 cN – and it is a bit harder to double tap, as the release point is above the actuation point. Blue switches are noticeably louder than other mechanical switches, which are already louder than rubber domes, so these switches can be a bit disruptive in close working conditions.