Some would say I have a fetish for keyboards. I can type almost as fast as I can talk, and programming just wouldn't be the same without blindly knowing my way around a keyboard. After learning how to type in high school, I never stopped.
I have several Logitech keyboards, including the Logitech MX CRAFT, MX wireless, G915 Wireless, K750 Solar, and K760 Solar, to name just a few. I also have several gaming keyboards from other manufacturers that I enjoy using from time to time, but when I'm in the zone, my choice is Logitech's CRAFT keyboard.
The real question is whether the Logitech MX Mechanical Wireless offers a better keyboarding experience than those in my current collection. Will this keyboard give me an edge that will improve my productivity?
From the available data, it isn't easy to discern if the Logitech MX Mechanical Wireless keyboard is worth the investment aside from choosing between the feel of tactile quiet, linear, or clicky keys and whether they deliver enhanced performance.
Considering the time I spend behind a keyboard, finding the perfect match is an ongoing journey when performance matters. My fingers deserve a break, but this one may not make the cut until I take it for a test run.