Metadot Das Keyboard Professional Model S
The Metadot Das Keyboard Professional Model S boasts two more USB slots on the right side, arranged in a side-by-side formation. An additional bonus to the USB hub is that the ports are USB 2.0. The Metadot Das Keyboard Professional Model S is compatible with Linux, Windows, and Mac operating systems, and it is possible to remove and replace the keys as desired.
Provides excellent tactile.
Includes built-in USB hub
Requires no additional drivers.
The best typing experience currently available.
N-key rollover allows for multiple key presses.
Sturdy build and rugged construction.
Addition of multimedia keys adds functionality and usability.
A keyboard like dad used to use.
Does not use Apple color scheme.
No media controls or back-lighting
Lacks extra features.
Too noisy for office use
Glossy finish picks up dust and fingerprints easily.
Requires two USB ports
Can no longer type on the sly while you're on conference calls.
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on May 14, 2013
Das Keyboard promotes the sound of their peripheral more than anything—their tagline is "The Mechanical Keyboard That Clicks." Now they're going after the market that craves the sweet benefits of a mechanical keyboard but can't stand the...90
By Benchmark Reviews on December 26, 2012
Performance in a keyboard is about being able to type quickly and accurately. The Das Keyboard Professional succeeds on both fronts providing a wonderful platform to type on comfortably while having as few mistakes as possible with haptic and...88
By TweakTown on June 04, 2012
I have really mixed emotions at this point about the Das Keyboard Model S Professional keyboard. I love the simplicity, the sleek aesthetics, the use of Cherry MX Blue switches and the additional USB hub on the side. What bothers me is that in order...93
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 09, 2012
Guest-reviewer and 'PC Projects' columnist James Sugrue reminisces over keyboards, and eventually reviews the Das Keyboard Professional Model S (clicky).Keyboards. They’ve been around as long as there have been interactive computers, and...100
By TechReaction.net on February 28, 2012
DAS Model-S ProfessionalThe Model-S Professional is a great keyboard, the design is slick, simple, clean, and most importantly, it has good internals. If you are looking for a flashy swiss-army knife of a keyboard, the Model-S may not be for you. On...-
By GadgetMac on February 23, 2012
Mechanical keyboards are back from the dead, in style and better than ever. Today's keyboards are all about being as stealthy as a hovering black ninja in complete darkness. Like many of you out there, I love me my silent and squishy keyboard keys...70
By PC Mag on January 27, 2012
Apple owners looking for an outstanding typing experience need search no further than the Das Keyboard Model S Professional for Mac—provided they don’t mind its wildly divergent appearance....80
By PC Advisor on October 19, 2011
This keyboard looks good, feels good, has a neat feature or two, and doesn't cost too much....80
By GadgetReview on November 16, 2010
Pros:The best typing experience currently available Stable design plus two-pronged USB hub Cons:No media controls or backlighting As a product reviewer for over four years, it’s easy to be cynical towards most anything. Great gadgets are hard to...100
By cnet on June 30, 2010
The Das Keyboard Model S Professional Silent is aesthetically minimal and designed for keyboard purists who miss the noisy days of the first IBM Model M. Its $135 price tag will deter casual users who can find a cheaper input device with extra...80