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Mechanical keyboards could be distracting in an open-plan office, in general, but the clack of the keys is no more distracting than ringing phones, co-worker chatter, and other everyday sounds of working in public.

Tactile switches, which feature a strong tactile bump without the tinny clack of “clicky”-style switches, require a bit more force to push them down, which may rankle a pro esports player but provides a better overall typing feel.

In a press briefing, Razer also emphasized that the Huntsman V2 features a layer of sound-dampening foam inside, which takes the edge off of the keys’ mechanical clack.

Later that day, I crouched down, popped upward, felt the board rise to my feet, and landed on all four wheels with a satisfying clack.

I need to get a head shot so he won't have a chance to clack himself off [blow himself up].

A look at some of the craziest, funniest, and most bizarre moments with Click and Clack.

“A Kinder, Gentler IRS” Click and Clack were all over the place in the April 11, 1998, episode of Car Talk.

Mr. Cunningham's description of the drawings of the natives in a cavern on Clack's Island.

This rock has some resemblance to that of Clack Island above-mentioned.

He listened, but I do not know whether he heard much of my clack, and I got very tired of it myself at last.

Up them she went, flattening herself against the stone as she caught the faint clack of muffled oars.

She answered with the same clutter and clack of unknown syllables, growing more and more excited as the dialogue continued.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clack, such as: babble, blab, cackle, chatter, cluck, and gossip.

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