Typing lesson 17: Lessons 13 - 16

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Typing lessons summary

This keyboard typing lesson teaches how to type the following characters: "v", "m", "b", "n", "c", ",", "x", ".", "z".

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Mechanical keyboards

Mechanical keyboards have carved a niche in the keyboard typing world, attracting a devoted community of enthusiasts. One of the standout features of mechanical keyboards is the variety of switches available, each offering a unique tactile feel and a characteristic click sound. There are three major types of switches: blue, red, and brown. The blue switches offer a tactile bump and audible click for a typewriter-like experience. Red switches provide a smooth, linear keystroke, ideal for gaming and suited for those who do not want to make too much noise when typing. Brown switches, another popular choice, combine a subtle tactile bump with quiet operation, making them versatile for typing and gaming. These are just a couple of examples, and the mechanical keyboard market offers a wide range of switch options to cater to different typing preferences. Typical mechanical keyboards provide a significant key travel. They have a high profile that significantly raises the level of your hands when typing. A wrists-pad makes your hand's position more natural and avoids discomfort and painful hand strains. Low-profile mechanical keyboards addressed some of the major mechanical keyboard issues. A good low-profile mechanical keyboard does not require too much wrist rising. Such a keyboard still provides enough tactile feeling to make typing experience satisfying.