Red looks like danger, green has more of an inviting “go ahead” vibe. If nothing alarming is supposed to happen when the button on your device is pressed, we recommend Button G click.

Button G click

This click is nothing more than a button with a green LED underneath. Since the LED can be independently controlled through the PWM pin, it can be configured to soothingly pulsate while waiting to be pressed. And the soft plastic/silicon button cap slightly compresses under your fingertips when pushed, so it feels like bubble wrap. Oh, it’s heavenly.

When we put it like that, it seems like the ultimate pushbutton experience.

But that would be pushing it too far perhaps (pushing it, get it? har har har)

It does sound a bit tantalizing nevertheless. Ever since we released the previous button click some of us keep a few on our tables just to randomly click them to calm our nerves. And you’ll need an extra pushbutton for a prototype sooner or later so why settle for anything less?

If you’re intrigued, you can see the (not so abundant) details on the product page. And the Libstock example is also ready (we hope you won’t be overwhelmed by its complexity).

Oh, and don’t forget, it’s 10% OFF.

 

Yours sincerely,
MikroElektronika

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Google+