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A bit of theory. There is such a term Key Rollover (KRO) - this is the registration of parallel clicks. Most likely everyone has ever encountered such a problem - if you press several keys at once, not everyone will react, it is possible that they are not in the same order as you pressed. Mostly mechanical keyboards https://www.bestadvisor.com/mechanical-keyboard support 6 simultaneous keystrokes (but not all). NKRO - unlimited number of clicks, KRO - limited. These characters should be found in the description of the keyboard, if you are wondering how many clicks they simultaneously support.

Very often keyboards have tactile feedback. Those. you feel how deeply you press a key, how far away you are from your fingers and how hard you need to press. Roughly speaking, you just "feel" your keyboard. For blind typing it is very important. Needless to say, in this case, the mechanics are head and shoulders above the membrane keyboard.

Unlike conventional keyboards, a mechanical one often makes a loud clicking sound when pressed - this helps to register the pressure not only by a tactile sensation, but also by the sound. This is annoying for many, so some mechanical keyboards are also silent.
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