Greetech Brown switches have a sharp tactile bump, at least when compared with other MX-based brown switches. The tactile event isn’t as noticeable as one might expect when typing quickly. It arrives early, peaks, then falls into a long trough that gradually ramps back up. The sharp peak and elongated trough seem to hide the switch’s tactility behind initial keycap impact. Slower presses, on the other hand, showcase the tactile event, which feels less grainy than other brown clones.
Contact rasp and mild spring ping are audible during rapid keypresses, but that is the case in most traditional switch designs. Greetch Browns also exhibit small secondary tactile events, which may be intentional. Otherwise, they have few remarkable features.
Greetech Brown Mechanical Switches info 2017-09-23T11:01:55+00:00