What's with the "Cheap"/"Crappy" Keys/Keyboard of Chromebooks??
and other lower-end laptops...
I went to Walmart last night to check out their Chromebooks and other laptops and noticed that the lower-end models (from like Acer) have these keypad areas where the buttons/keys are raised up and when you press on them they feel very "weak." It's hard to describe, but compared to a more expensive laptop, the keys are just different.
In the expensive ones, they keys are not raised up and seem to have more "spring" to them when you press down on them. They don't feel like they're going to break easily.
In these chromebooks and other cheap laptops I've seen at Walmart, the keys feel like their crappy, would break easily, and/or get stuck (or wouldn't rise again) if you pressed down too hard, too often, and/or the wrong way.
Am I right? Are these keypads just cheaper and easy to break? If so, I might want to avoid them. Too much hassle.
Or, might they actually be better or equally good as more expensive laptops and I just don't know it???