Mechanical keyboards have exploded in popularity. What sets these keyboards apart are the aptly named 'mechanical switches' they use to register keypresses. There are many different kinds of switches available, each offering its own typing sensations and sounds, but most switches fall into one of three categories: linear, clicky, or tactile. Tactile switches are versatile and popular among typists and gamers, while linear are fast and most popular for gaming. Clicky switches are a bit more niche but enjoyed by some enthusiasts as they offer a satisfying and distinct click that lets you know when a key's been registered. For more information on switch types and their properties, you can check out our article here.
We've specifically named the standard, full-size Keychron Q6 here as our recommendation for most people, but this keyboard is part of a wider Q Series lineup that has a range of different sizes and layouts available. If you're a programmer or typist, check out the more compact Keychron Q3. Or, if you're interested in an ergonomic-forward design, you may be interested in the split-key layout of the Keychron Q8. While all these options may seem intimidating, each entry in the series is very similar in terms of build quality and features, so it boils down to what size is the most comfortable and appealing to you.
D. Discharge from a Temporary Agency The claimant signed up with a temporary agency because it was the only way to obtain a long-term job. The claimant in fact was referred by the temporary agency to a clerk-typist position which she held for four years, until she was discharged through no fault of her own. Since the claimant's original intent was not to obtain temporary work and since the other positions offered by the temporary agency were not substantially equivalent to the prior long-term job, the claimant did not voluntarily separate herself from the temporary agency. The claimant was discharged but not for misconduct. Davis v. Marge Fox Personnel Services, 576-BR-89. 076b4e4f54