Das Keyboard X50Q

The X50Q is one of the most well-built keyboards I’ve used, and I can’t find a lot of faults with the hardware. The Gamma Zulu switches work well and the RGB lighting is bright and endlessly customizable. That said, it’s expensive, and lacks some of the gaming features its competitors offer, replacing them with cloud-based notification features—which are certainly unique, but not as useful as I’d hoped.
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By IGN on 87

The X50Q is one of the most well-built keyboards I’ve used, and I can’t find a lot of faults with the hardware. The Gamma Zulu switches work well and the RGB lighting is bright and endlessly customizable. That said, it’s expensive, and lacks some of the gaming features its competitors offer, replacing them with cloud-based notification features—which are certainly unique, but not as useful as I’d hoped.

By PCPer on

When it comes to quality, there’s no mistaking that both the Das Keyboard 4Q and X50Q are well made, high-end keyboards. Yet, in Das Keyboard’s pursuit to stay on the top of the market, I feel like they’ve barked up a tree the rest of us have moved on from. In a time when virtually everyone has a smartphone, does anyone really want to be looking at their keyboard for the weather? Is a flashing light for incoming email better than a vibration you’ll actually feel? Competitors have even begun adding screens to their keyboards and mice. That, to me, seems like the logical next step.