Introduction Mechanical keyboards have become increasingly popular in recent years, and with a plethora of options available on the market, choosing the right keyboard can be a daunting task. In this blog post, I will be comparing two highly rated 75% mechanical keyboards - the Keychron Q1 and the GMMK Pro. Build Quality and Sound Profile The GMMK Pro has a stiff plate and does not move, making it suitable for mechanical switches that bottom out. This creates a noisy ring on the brass plate, especially with double-shot SA caps that produce a higher pitched metallic sound when bottoming out. The Q1, on the other hand, features a plate that sits on spongy spacers, which absorb the shock from typing, resulting in a smoother and softer typing experience. The plate also moves slightly when bottoming out, which is a unique feeling. When it comes to sound, both keyboards are not significantly different, but the GMMK Pro tends to be a little more hollow due to its stiffer plate. The K
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