Reviews and Problems with Das Keyboard Professional
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Value for money 8
Das Keyboard Model S Professional
26 December 2012
Conclusion: 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 auditory feedback from its Cherry MX Blue switches.
Pros: Haptic and auditory feedback can help increase a users typing speed, Full NKRO with included PS/2 adapter, Built in media keys, When clean it is beautiful
Cons: One-year warranty, Loud key actuation, Case prone to fingerprints and collecting dust, No software for customization
Conclusion: The Das Keyboard Professional, is it all that? Yes and no, for my personal preferences I’d have to spend a long of time getting accustomed to using it before I was really comfortable with it to use it everyday.
Excerpt: People have practically written poetry and love songs to the prince of keyboards, the IBM Model M. Its mechanical, spring-loaded switches gave it legendary durability and a distinct clacking sound that dominated computer labs in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Pros: Gold-plated mechanical switches under the keys make a nice old-school clatter. Fire up a cigar and pour a stiff drink — you’ll be pounding out emails like Hemingway in no time. Recognizes up to six keys pressed simultaneously for your sick Warcraft macros. Two USB ports.
Cons: No more typing on the sly while on conference calls. Zero ergonomic features.
Summary: When is a Gaming keyboard, not a Gaming keyboard? (or should that be vice-versa?). When it’s the Das Keyboard Model S Professional ! The Das Keyboard Model S Professional came to pcG in a sleekly styled and predominately black cardboard box.