Rubberdomes are better than mechanical keyboards for gaming due to the high resistance at the beginning and no resistance through.
i wouldn't say it has high resistance at the begining and no resistance through. it has resistance all the way through, the resistance changes a bit, but it's still there. I typed and gamed rubber domes for many many years. consistently Mechanical switches offer a uniform, crisp definite feel to the action of the keys on a keyboard. do people who are gaming consistently bottom out their keys when they play? yeah, this is true, however i would say that the majority of mechanical switches allow you to do so more quickly and precisely. however for the most part, you're making an unsubstantiated claim because key feel is ALWAYS a matter of personal opinion. i prefer gaming on mechanical switches, they feel better and i'm always less fatigued when i use them over rubber domes.
This ensures no fatigue and high accuracy because of the way rubberdomes work.
on the contrary, i find that more resistance = more fatigue. i type all day at work, i was using a rubber dome Logitech Keyboard and i was getting lots of pain in my wrists from typing on it. I switched to a mechanical keyboard, no more pain from typing all day. bottoming out key's all day on the rubber dome was causing impact stress on ligaments in my wrist.
You will always bottom out if you are playing intense matches and have to double tap repeatedly so the smooth motion is only useful for touch typing.
I don't always bottom out when i'm playing intense matches. when I'm playing FPS, my WASD will most likely be bottomed out, but aside from those keys i don't bottom any other ones out. considering i game with cherry browns i only have to actuate my keys 2.5mm (someone correct me if i'm wrong) before the key registers, and i can feel the bump when the key activates. i takes less pressure to do so. i would say that's win, if you're going to be bottoming out, why not be able to do it faster anyways?
Mechanicals are better built, have better durability, feel better, and are great for typist. Rubberdomes are better for gaming due to the point I said before. They just lack in the luxury part.
you made an argument with someone that you don't need more than 2kro. i can type and make actions on my keyboard so fast that a 2kro board can't process it fast enough. with NKRO, i know all my keys are registering. it's also not just about how many keys you can press at once, sometimes due to the way keyboards work, pressing more than one key will ghost keypresses. i don't know about you, but that's really irritating when i'm playing an intense FPS game and i hit one of those key combinations and my keyboard sends a keypress to my computer that i didn't intend or tell it to send.