Metadot Das Keyboard Professional
Goldplated mechanical switches under the keys make a nice oldschool clatter.
Recognizes up to six keys pressed simultaneously.
Very nice to type on.
USB ports easily accessible on site.
Clicky keys that provide tactile and audible feedback
Lengthy USB cord.
Lightning-fast mechanical key response.
No more typing on the sly while on conference calls.
Zero ergonomic features.
Glossy finish picks up dust and fingerprints very easily.
104-key layout includes no media controls.
By Gadgetell on March 11, 2010
The DAS Keyboard was graciously sent to me to review over the past several weeks and I must say, it is a flashback to the old keyboards we all once used. DAS Keyboard sells 3 models of their signature super-clicky keyboards: Original Professional,...-
By Wired on November 09, 2009
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By The Tech Report on January 12, 2009
The question, then, is whether the Das Keyboard Professional is worth the $129 price tag, since you can get a brand new Unicomp buckling spring keyboard for $69 and a vintage Model M for as little as ~$30 on eBay. Frankly, Im a little torn. The Das...-
By Testfreaks on November 11, 2008
If you type a lot you deserve a keyboard such as this one, many people don’t consider keyboards something of importance when it comes to their computer and they figure any old keyboard will do, but once you have the chance to use a true quality...100
By TheTechLounge on October 16, 2008
The Das Keyboard takes Professional seriously. There are no "features" of the Das Keyboard, unless you seriously rely on extra USB ports--no doubt the culmination of weeks of brainstorming sessions devoted to using up that free cubic inch. And therein...-
By TweakNews on October 02, 2008
To lay the cards on the table, I personally deem the Das Keyboard Professional keyboard to be an expensive backwards step in the wrong direction. Sure it has the nice switches that make a nice click noise like the "good ole' days", but do we have to...-
By DigitalReviews on September 18, 2008
At the price of $99 for the Das Keyboard Professional is a great product where it made me realize how much the quality of a keyboard matters. I really couldnt find anything to criticize about the keyboard except its price. At $99, the cost of the...-
By Government Computer News on September 15, 2008
A couple of extra features help the keyboard integrate into an office environment. The cable that connects it to a computer is six feet long, which is a good length. Some people might ask why the keyboard isnt wireless, but having a cable makes the...-
By GamerTell on August 14, 2008
If you have noticed extra typos on the site the past month, there is a reason (and no, I have not developed especially fat fingers). I’ve been using the Das Keyboard Professional as my primary keyboard to give it a thorough try. It’s big,...-
By HardwareLogic on August 13, 2008
Metadot says its Das Keyboards are \"designed to make a statement,\" and that they do. Whether you crave the challenge of typing on a blank keyboard or prefer having your keys labeled, both the Professional and Ultimate version will offer the same...-