Cherry MX Blue switches are clicky switches with a click jacket design that makes a signature sound on the downstroke. However, like most clicky switches, they're likely too loud for most open office environments. On the other hand, Cherry MX Red switches are linear switches. Their linear actuation and reasonably good factory smoothness make them popular for gaming or typing.
Cherry MX Blue and Kailh Box Jade are clicky switches. The Cherry switches are comparatively more lightweight and have a click jacket design, so they only make a click sound on the downstroke. On the other hand, the Kailh switches feel heavier and have a click bar design, creating a clicking sound on both the downstroke and upstroke.
Cherry MX Blue and Kailh Box White are both clicky switches. The Cherry switches have a click jacket design, making a click on the downstroke. They're also noticeably heavier feeling. On the other hand, the Kailh Box White switches are more lightweight and have a click bar design, making a clicking noise on both the down and upstroke.
Cherry MX Blue and Outemu Blue are similar clicky switches with click jacket designs, making a clicking sound on the downstroke. The Cherry switches have a noticeably heavier actuation feeling. They're also generally recognized as more durable and consistent in switch-to-switch feeling. On the other hand, the Outemu switches are a bit louder, metallic, clicky sound that many enjoy but others may find somewhat rattly.
Cherry MX Blue and Gateron G Pro 2.0 Blue are similar clicky switches with click jacket designs, which means they only make a clicking noise on the downstroke. The Gateron switches are also somewhat smoother out of the box since they come pre-lubed from the factory. They also have a clear upper housing for better RGB illumination.