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Your guide to Keygeek switches
What is Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology Co., Ltd?
Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of Yueqing Tongda Cable Power Plant that specializes in the R&D, production, and sales of keyboard switches and other keyboard accessories. Founded in 1990 and located in Yueqing City, Wenzhou, they are a recognized manufacturing enterprise within the electrical capital of China, with the right to import and export.
What certifications has Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology obtained?
The company's products have achieved multiple international safety certifications, including UL, C-UL, ENEC, VDE, CE, CB, TUV, CQC, and KC. Additionally, it has attained the ISO9001 quality management system certification, evidencing their commitment to quality and safety in their products.
What intellectual property does Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology hold?
Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. has a robust portfolio of intellectual property, owning 6 national invention patents, 48 utility model patents, and 12 appearance patents, showcasing their commitment to innovation and design in the switch manufacturing industry.
Who are some of the notable clients of Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology?
The company provides switches and components to a number of well-known domestic and international enterprises, including China North Industry Group Lingyun Group, Midea appliances, Galanz, Thorp appliances, Tianjin LG, Hangzhou Joyoung, Shanghai Pentium, Whirlpool, France SEB, Germany Ojian, and the German-Spanish joint venture TEKA, among others.
What development milestones has Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology achieved?
In September 2009, Jiangsu Tongda Weipeng Electric Co., Ltd., an extension of the company, established a modern standard plant spanning 30,000 square meters in Jiangsu Qidong Binhai Industrial Park. This expansion was a significant step towards achieving their goal of becoming a leading switch manufacturer both in China and internationally.
What are the aspirations of Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology?
Zhejiang Key Geek Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. aims to become a leader in the switch manufacturing industry globally. This is evidenced by their continuous expansion, such as the establishment of a modern plant in Jiangsu and their extensive list of safety certifications and patents.
Your guide to clicky switches
What is a clicky switch?
Clicky switches are a type of switch that offer users a tactile bump when pressing down and have a signature loud “clicky-clack” sound profile.
What are clicky switches good for?
Clicky switches are great for their tactile feedback in their keystrokes and their signature pronounced crunchy sound signature. Clicky switches are best for personal environments such as for your gaming setup or home-office due to its sound profile.
Are clicky switches better?
Ultimately, the best switch for you comes down to personal preference. But if you are looking for a tactile typing experience with a loud and crunchy sound profile, then clicky switches are for you.
Do clicky switches feel weird?
Clicky switches should not feel weird: they have a tactile bump. However, if you prefer a smoother typing experience, consider linear switches.
Can you type fast with clicky switches?
You can type fast with clicky switches as with any other switch varieties. Once you get accustomed to a switch style, you can type fast on it.
Are all clicky switches good for gaming?
Clicky switches are great for gaming. Gamers love clicky switches for their sound profile and tactile feedback.
Why do gamers use clicky switches?
Gamers use clicky switches for strong tactile and audio feedback when they type.
Are clicky switches mechanical?
Clicky switches are one variety of mechanical switches known for their tactility and “clicky-clack” sound profile. Contrast this to linear mechanical switches, which feel smooth and are comparatively quiet.
What is the most clicky switch?
The most clicky switches are those with a click bar such as the Kailh Box Whites.