I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wanted to get my hands on a machine that I didn’t need, but that had an absolutely silent keyboard.
The first time I tried one, I was impressed with its responsiveness.
But the second time I bought one, the keyboard was simply too quiet, and it was time to go with a mechanical keyboard.
Now, if I had known the first time around that it was so quiet, I wouldn’t have bought one.
But there’s no way to predict what’s going to happen when the keys are in use.
And I have a sneaking suspicion that the keyboard is going to be the reason that I’m going to buy a new laptop at some point in the future.
The Keytech MX500 is one of the best keyboard I’ve ever used.
It has a full-size mechanical keybed, and you can even use a mouse or a trackpad.
The keyboard is also very quiet.
The keys aren’t pushed and squeezed, and the keys themselves are very thin.
The MX500 has an extremely low noise level of only 30 dBA.
The keycap is made of aluminum and is also a full metal, with a rubberized coating that makes it virtually silent.
The only noise you’re going to hear when typing is the clicking noise of the mechanical keys.
The entire keyboard is made out of high-quality, extremely thin, lightweight ABS plastic.
There’s even a spring loaded mechanism that releases the key when you press down on it.
But even with all of that, the MX500 isn’t going to replace the mechanical keyboard as my primary typing keyboard.
That’s because you need a quieter keyboard.
It’s much quieter than the regular mechanical keyboard, and that’s because the keys only move at the speed of sound, and there’s nothing to disturb them.
It takes less effort to type with a quieter typing keyboard than to type comfortably with a normal keyboard.
I could write this review with a quiet mechanical keyboard on the side.
But for my typing purposes, the Keytech makes a great typing experience, and its quieter keys make it ideal for me.
But before you buy, I want to point out a couple of key specs that will give you a better idea of the MX50’s performance: 1) The MX50 is equipped with a full size mechanical key bed, and 2) it has a spring-loaded mechanism that unlocks the keyboard when you push down on the key.
You can even set the MX 50 to act as a keyboard by pushing down on its keypad.
3) The key is made from aluminum and the keycap has a rubberised coating.
4) The mechanical keys are all made of high quality, incredibly thin ABS plastic that feels soft and smooth.
5) The KeyTech MX500 keyboard has a very low noise Level of only 29 dBA, which is incredibly quiet.
6) It’s extremely thin.
7) The keyboard has an amazing rubberized feel that is incredibly comfortable to type on. 8) You can use a standard keyboard with it. 9) The rubberized plastic makes the keyboard feel extremely secure.
10) The keys are very soft.
If you’re looking for a typing keyboard, this is a great option.
But if you’re just looking to replace your mechanical keyboard for typing purposes (and I wouldn