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Quality

Even a budget mechanical keyboard will boast superior build quality to most membrane keyboards. Mechanical keys are extremely durable and any from a reputable maker will have endured serious longevity rating.

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MORE IDEAS FROM Why your next keyboard should be a mechanical one

Typing Experience

A mechanical keyboard has a physical switch under every key so you get the best tactile feedback possible. Some, like Razer, have started substituting metal contacts for beams of light, giving instant actuation along with a traditional mechanical feel.

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A mechanical keyboard can be an extension of yourself, and the only limit to the customizations you can make is your imagination. There's almost nothing you can't swap on a mechanical keyboard if you know where to look.

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Typos

Keyboarding mistakes, those accidental strokes, misspellings and mistaken word selection we make while typing on a computer or phone are called Typos. These can be a result of ‘fat fingers’, bumpy rides, distraction/multitasking, uncontrollable movements or even dyslexia.

A type of neurosurgery that is used to treat involuntary movements has a side effect of forgetting how to touch type. This disruption in the ability to use a keyboard is called dystypia.

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Your workspace matters

When you spend hours at your desk every day, even the smallest features of your workspace – such as the position of your monitor or the height of your chair– can greatly affect your productivity and even your health.

With a few adjustments you can improve your working environment and keep your desk from killing you.

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We are exposed to biases that influence our ability to make good decisions.
  • We are quick to jump to conclusions because we fail to search for information that might disprove our thoughts.
  • We're overconfident. We look for information that fits our ideas and ignore information that doesn't.

Knowing these and other biases is not enough. We need a framework for making decisions.

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