Das Keyboard makes some of the most desirable keyboards for gamers and touch typists out there. The keyboards are the sort that use mechanical switches and have lots of tactile feedback. The company has announced its latest keyboard called the Das Keyboard 4. This keyboard has several options available.
The Professional version of the keyboard has standard QWERTY labels on all the keys. The Ultimate version is completely blank. If you go with the Ultimate version, you had better be a very good touch typist. You can also get the keyboard with one of two different Cherry MX switches. Both available switches are mechanical and use gold plating for durability.
Either keyboard version with the Cherry MX Blue highly tactile switches is $169. If you want the less clicky Cherry MX Blue switches, you will need to cough up $173. All versions have a magnetic footboard that doubles as a ruler and a volume knob along with media control keys. The keyboards are available in the US now.
“Das Keyboard 4 is an order-of-magnitude improvement over past generation Das Keyboards,” said Daniel Guermeur, creator of the Das Keyboard and CEO of Metadot. “Programmers, Internet surfers, freelancers and others who work eight to 12 hours a day at their computers know their keyboard is the tool they touch the most, making it the most important tool in their lives. One might as well use the keyboard that provides the best efficiency and enjoyment.”
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