Cooler Master's NovaTouch TKL keyboard reviewed
Topre keyboards are definitely the odd ducks of the mechanical menagerie. Unlike regular mechanical offerings, their switches use a rubber membrane to provide resistance. But unlike cheap rubber-dome keyboards, Topre keyboards hide the rubber under a switch mechanism that's independent of the key cap—and the switches actuate via electrostatic capacitance, so you don't need to push down all the way for a key press to register. The end result is something that feels sturdier and more precise than vanilla rubber domes yet softer and quieter than conventional mechanical clickers.
In practice, Topre switches are surprisingly satisfying to type on. Our first encounter with them was in Topre's Type Heaven, which we wound up gracing with our Editor's Choice ...
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