The trend of very high-tactility switches such as Holy Pandas (and clones), Zealios V2, etc has soared over the past year, but they weren’t really for me, as I found them to be quite “fatiguing” and “unpleasant” to type on.
I recently tried an old Corsair board, with MX Browns, and although the switch was pretty scratchy, I realized that I enjoyed the tiny amount of tactility right before the actuation, that signaled the press of a switch. The tactility wasn’t the “focus” of the keystroke, but it was rather the indicator of the switch being pressed. It almost feels like a linear switch, but with a tiny tactile bump halfway through as feedback, feeling much more different than Zealios, for example, which have very little pretravel, with the tactile bump taking up almost the entire keystroke.
What are your opinions on these switches? For me, they induce very little fatigue, and are very comfortable to type on, especially when lubed.