Page 3: Our Recommendation
Our RecommendationMetadot 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 satisfying typing experience with tactile feedback that appeals both to our sense of touch and sound. Capped off with a glossy black finish, sturdy construction, and a USB hub and we have no problem declaring this as one of the best planks we've ever used.
Marring our enthusiasm is the high cost of entry. No matter how satisfying the typing experience, $129 is a lot to ask for a keyboard, particularly one that doesn't come with any media keys, macros, other gaming-centric frills. If you don't need those extras and can get past the price tag, this very well might be the last keyboard you ever own.
- Tactile feedback rocks
- Lengthy USB cord
- Comes with a USB 2.0 hub
- Sleek and sturdy design with a glossy black finish
- High price tag
- No media keys