Are topre keyboards really that good? Im in the market for the new ones that are being released in like two weeks, and 45g actuation is appealing to me, and most cherrys annoy me.
Consider it as a Cherry MX Brown switch. The topre switch consists of (from top to bottom): Keycap, barrel, (underneath the backplate) piece of rubber dome, spiral-shaped spring and finally the PCB board. These switch are rather light though when you first use it, since the contact mechanism is capacitative. So that means even a light tap will actuate the key. But owners said that once that problem gets out of your head you'll have a comfortable typing experience.
But since I don't own any keyboard using this switch, here's the link with more info.