What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Bluetooth mechanical keyboard compared to a wired mechanical keyboard?
In fact, whether it is a keyboard or a mouse, if you use Bluetooth wireless connection, no matter Bluetooth 3.0, 4.0 or 5.0, there is inevitably the problem of delay and susceptibility to interference. The return rate of Bluetooth is only 125 Hz, and the return rate of games must reach 1000 Hz, which is why no one uses a Bluetooth keyboard or a Bluetooth mouse to play games. In fact, it is not only Bluetooth, ordinary 2.4 G is not suitable for playing games, and the return rate is less than 1000 Hz. Only a few keyboards and mice equipped with low-latency wireless technology (Logitech’s LIGHTSPEED, Razer’s HyperSpeed, ROG’s SmartHop, etc.) can cope with the game scene.
So what scenarios is Bluetooth suitable for? As a kind of wireless technology, Bluetooth itself is much more flexible than wired in terms of portability and flexibility. Compared with ordinary 2.4G, notebooks, tablets, etc. are naturally integrated with Bluetooth modules, no need to rely on additional receivers, and Bluetooth has much lower power consumption. In addition, Bluetooth has a unique advantage in that it can connect to multiple devices at one time and can be controlled by one-key switching, which is very convenient. These are unmatched by wired or 2.4G. Therefore, Bluetooth is very suitable for use with notebooks, tablets, etc. If there is no need for gaming, a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse is also a good choice.