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Metadot Das Keyboard Professional


$129.00

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good tactile and auditory feedback. No-nonsense design, basic keyboard layout and no extras. German-engineered mechanical switches - designed to last much longer than newer style keyboards.

The Cons:Expensive. Not as elitist as the original Das Keyboard. Not wireless.

The Das Keyboard Professional is a USB driven mechanical keyboard for those interested in an older IBM Model M style keyboard - that is to say: loud, with large travel (the depth of each key) and a basic minimalist layout.

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Product Shot 2 Much like the original Das Keyboard Ultimate, the Professional differs only by the fact that the keys are labeled. Featuring German-engineered gold plated mechanical key switches, the ability to have up to 12 keys pressed at once, a long cable and an internal USB hub with 2 ports, the Das Keyboard Professional is designed for no-nonsense professional touch typists, who desire a quality keyboard for work or play.

Features

  • German engineered mechanical key switches
  • fully powered USB 2.0 hub (2 ports)
  • extra long cable
  • up to 12 key presses at once
  • PC or Mac (Windows, OSX, Linux etc...)
  • Enhanced 104 or 105-key layout
  • Three Windows keys
  • 1.2kg (2.6 pounds)

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Pros
  • 6

    good tactile and auditory feedback

  • 6

    no-nonsense design, basic keyboard layout and no extras

  • 5

    German-engineered mechanical switches - designed to last much longer than newer style keyboards

  • 4

    includes a fully powered USB hub

  • 2

    USB 2.0

  • 1

    up to 12 keys can be pressed at once

  • -2

    not as elitist or silly as the original Das Keyboard

Cons
  • 2

    expensive

  • -1

    not as elitist as the original Das Keyboard

  • -2

    not wireless

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