"I really like this thing overall. The clicks don't bother me, I think I may be converted to the line of thought that says the noise is worth it for greater accuracy."
Brian Basset, Gamer
"…We told the people behind Das Keyboard that we were going to put the product through its paces for a long time before writing up our impressions, but they had the last laugh; now we can't imagine typing on anything else..."
- Ben Kuchera, Ars Technicaread full review
"...Das Keyboards are pretty well-known for the tactile and auditory assault. They delight fingers and ears..."
- Laura June, Engadgetread full review
"...When you push a key on the Das Keyboard, just as with a Model M, you know the stroke has registered. By comparison, with today's pathetic keyboards, with their flimsy rubber domes beneath the pads, there's no telling whether any single keystroke has been a success..."
- Christopher Null, WIREDread full review
"...A Das Keyboard II…has been my home computer keyboard for two years, and I wouldn't trade it for anything. .."
- Gearlogread full review
"...There are some vendors who seem to have fun with their keyboards. Some light up. Some make noise. The DAS Keyboard, for example, is loved by users for its click-clack mechanical feel..."
- John C. Dvorak, PCMAGread full review
"...I honestly did not think it was possible that the IBM Model M keyboard could be matched or even possibly improved upon until I was afforded the opportunity to review the Das Keyboard..."
- Kevin Rook, Ph.D., examiner.comread full review
"...It's not like it'll break, wear out, or lose any appeal. Spending $130 isn't a lot, wasting money on other keyboards is the real loss. Unless you're a die-hard slim-type (laptop-style) keyboardist, the Das Keyboard is must-have hardware..."
- Max Slowik, The TechLounge
"...It's curiously satisfying. The audible feedback lets you know exactly when you have hit the letter. No squishiness here to confuse you. It leads to more accurate typing, and is great for annoying the neighbors..."
- Charlie Sorrel, Wiredread full review
"...typing feels like crushing tiny glass crystals with miniature hammers. It's addictive—like popping bubble wrap..."
- Rich Burton, BusinessWeekread full review
"...Not only are these mechanical switches sturdier than the standard keyboard, the ultra clicking just sounds good and gives you positive reinforcement that you actually pressed each key you intended to press..."
- Terry Kibiloski, Computer Timesread full review
"...The true testament to the unit, though, came when I found myself hesitant to want to pack up the review unit and send it back. Though it's hard to avoid high subjectivity in the matter, there's something distinct about the feel of the Das Keyboard that you just won't find anywhere else..."
- Frank Caron, Ars Technicaread full review
"...This keyboard is not about frills, it's about reliability, durability, and comfort... If you type on your Dell or whatever's default keyboard, you should give yourself the opportunity to try out one of these things… And if you're looking for a straightforward keyboard that will last forever, this is a great option..."
- Devin Coldevery, CrunchGearread full review
"...if you like an IBM Model M keyboard typing experience, you will love the Das Keyboard Professional. In other words, this keyboard provides a satisfying "click" sound with each keystroke and it has a very positive tactile feel. To be quite honest, it was one of the most comfortable keyboards I have ever typed on..."
- Sean Fallon, Gizmodoread full review
"...In the programming world, only the strong survive. But what about the smug? A new product, Das Keyboard, seems to have both in mind. It's a regular 104-key keyboard -- except that nothing is printed on the keys..."
- Andrew Zipern, New York Timesread full review
"...This keyboard has no digits whatsoever(!) on any button and is marketed as the optimum choice for "über geeks"..."
- Skrivet av Delph1, NordicHardwareread full review
"...Texas company behind "uber geek" keyboard claims that by making all of the keys blank on this black beauty you will learn to type faster and more accurately..."
- Nono Marchetti, DesignTechnicaread full review
"...Elite computer programmers searching for a cool way to differentiate themselves from mere mortals need look no further..."
- Melinda Hart, Das Keyboardread full review
"...The labels on keys distracted übergeek Daniel Guermeur so much that he created Das Keyboard..."
- Agam Shah, PC Worldread full review
"...With every hot new gadget — from iPods to PSPs — gaining instant mass appeal, what’s a true geek to do to stand out? A software company in Austin, Texas, believes that it has the answer..."
- Aman Batheja, The Stateread full review
"...With every hot new gadget -- from iPods to PSPs -- gaining instant mass appeal, what's a true geek to do to stand out? A software company in Austin believes that it has the answer. Metadot Corp. recently released a standard keyboard with blank keys..."
- Aman Batheja, Star-Telegram
"...The Das Keyboard does not try to lure consumers in with flashy features, extra buttons, or cool lighting. Instead, its main selling point is its lack of a certain feature that everyone has come to expect from a keyboard. This keyboard has no characters printed on its keys..."
- Sal Cangeloso, xyz computing
"…The difference between a mediocre keyboard and a great one isn't one you see―it's one you feel. And when you use one of Metadot's Das Keyboards you get one of the finest feels around..."
-Matthew Murrayread full review
"...The human mind has an incredible ability to adapt and that's the big idea behind the Das Keyboard and its complete lack of key markings..."
- Gizmagread full review
"...This keyboard is unique in that it has no inscriptions on the keys, which the maker touts will make you type 100% faster in a few weeks since it will keep you from looking at the keyboard..."
- Slashdotread full review
"...Back when I read Neuromancer once a month, I always loved the idea of Case's unmarked cyberdeck. Well, now you too can have a super keyboard..."
- Gizmodoread full review
"If you're interested in typing faster, you're having finger fatigue, or you just would like a nice, classic keyboard with the added benefit of smoother, individually weighted keys and a nice key throw, you should check [it] out."
- Scott Hanselman, computerzen.com
"…After several days with the keyboard, we're convinced that the Das Keyboard Ultimate is really one of the best products that serious computer users should invest in..."
- Tuan Nguyen, Tom's Hardwareread full review
"…When they say this is the best keyboard to use for long hours of typing, they aren't kidding. This is hands down the smoothest keyboard I have ever used..."
- Dominic Raad, Skatter Techread full review
"…after using this latest model for several weeks, the tactile response did get addictive and fed our desire to type more and faster..."
- Lauren Hasleton, Computer Shopperread full review
"…Not using the Das Professional S just isn't an option. The Das Keyboard feels amazing, each keystroke is smooth yet still lets you know each time it is pressed..."
- Wes Compton, LanOC Reviewsread full review
"…thanks to the overall build quality it would not be surprising to hear, many years from now, that the unit had lasted for someone's lifetime..."
- Danny Moorhead, HardwareHeaven.comread full review
"…the Model S Professional is a truly satisfying experience for the typing connoisseur..."
- Justin Yu, CNETread full review
"…If you ever have the opportunity to test out a Das Keyboard…just don't be surprised if you catch yourself muttering the word 'whoah.'..."
- Zach Gasiorowski, MyGamerread full review
"…Imagine a world free from the chains of labels. A world where you're unbound by the nagging need to look down while you're typing. A world where no one can doubt you actually know what you're doing. Oh, and it sounds all clacky too. The world you've just stepped into is the world of the Ultimate..."
- Melody Stotler, Level Up Timesread full review