Once you had to go digging through old keyboard graveyards to get your hands on a mechanical keyboard, or track down the rare and elusive Das Keyboard. Now many different peripheral companies offer mechanical keyboards, for instance Razer’s new BlackWidow and BlackWidow Ultimate. This new breed of keyboards are not the familiar buckling-spring switches, instead they a combination of springs and metal clips to provide tactile feedback, the click being an optional feature. These two keyboards not only give you enough travel and resistance to provide tactile feedback for your fingers, they also included the click so that your ears don’t feel left out of your typing experience. The difference in these two models lies in the Ultimate’s programmable macro buttons which the basic model lacks. Read on to see if the Tech Report had heard enough by the end of the review, or would never go without the click again.
"We’ve tested both of Razer’s clicky mechanical gaming keyboards to figure out whether they’re worth the money—and hearing loss."
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