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Topic: Romer-G linear or tactile?
charlie
Posts: 3
Location: Sydney, New South Wales

I have been looking at the Logitech G512 and G513. Although, I am wondering if I should get the Romer-G linear or the Romer-G tactile. For those who have used the Logitech G513 or G512, which keycap do you think would be best for gaming and typing (mainly gaming)?
One switch that I love is the Mecha-Membrane switch found in the Razer Ornata Chroma. If anybody has used both of these Logitech and Razer keyboards, which of the two Logitech switches would be more similar to the Razer Ornata Chroma?
Thanks heaps.
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Khel
Posts: 24081
Location: Brisbane, Queensland

Well, I haven't used the logitech ones especially, but in general I much prefer the tactile switches to the linear ones, I like being able to feel the actuation point. I'm not really sure one is necessarily better than the other though tbh, I think it just comes down a lot to personal preference in the end. A linear switch feels the same all the way down, and you don't actually feel the point where the switch actuates (ie, where the keypress registers). A tactile switch, you feel a 'bump' when it actuates and when the keypress registers, personally I prefer that, I like getting that feedback.

Looking at the Razer Ornata Chroma, it sounds like it has the feeling of tactile switches, so if you want it to feel like that, you'd want to go the tactile one.
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