Question: Which is better Cherry MX red or blue?

Cherry MX Blue specially for typing, tactile and have sound plus back pressure. Cherry MX Red almost without sound, more smooth and faster. Suitable for gaming.

What is the difference between Cherry MX red and blue?

Cherry MX Blue Switches On the surface, you might think that these switches are just like Cherry MX Red, and the only difference is the difference of colour, but that is not it. Just like red switches, they also have to travel 2mm before they actuate, while the bottoming out happens at 4mm.

Do Cherry MX Reds click?

CHERRY MX Red and CHERRY MX Red RGB switches are linear-style switches; their travel path doesnt have the bump used to provide tactile feedback. The smoother movement makes these switches quieter than tactile and click switches.

Are cherry reds the best?

Thanks to their light actuation pressure, the Cherry MX Red switches lend themselves nicely to typists. They wont tire your fingers out too much and provide great speed as well. However, because they offer a linear characteristic and low actuation pressure, they are definitely considered quieter than Browns.

Are Cherry MX Blue loud?

Any mechanical keyboard is louder than a chiclet-style (like on your laptop) or a membrane keyboard (that disgusting, cheap thing at your workplace) but the Cherry MX Blue switches sit right up there with the loudest — and some say most annoying — mechanical keyboard switches. Yes, they are noisy.

What is wrong with Cherry MX Browns?

They are supposed to be tactile switches. But in reality the Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches just feel like “broken” or “scratchy” linears, like Cherry MX Red switches that got sand into them. Theyre way too light and dont offer much of a resistance, the tactile bump is just too subtle.

Why are brown switches bad?

They are supposed to be tactile switches. But in reality the Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches just feel like “broken” or “scratchy” linears, like Cherry MX Red switches that got sand into them. Theyre way too light and dont offer much of a resistance, the tactile bump is just too subtle.

Are Cherry MX Blues loud?

If you plan to use the mechanical keyboard mainly for typing, I highly recommend going with Cherry MX Blues. They are not very popular though. They are annoyingly loud and, depending on your taste, they might even feel “mushy”.

How much do Cherry MX Blues cost?

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