Not all computers come equipped with all the ports needed to fully optimize the power of the Das Keyboard’s n-key rollover (aka NKRO: a user can press any number of keys and have them *all* registered by the computer, no matter how many keys are being held down at once). We recommend Syba’s SD-NECPS-2U2PS2 card to add two PS/s ports to [...]Read More
Google is about to release a feature that I am looking forward to: Gmail Priority Inbox. It is supposed to make important emails more visible in our overloaded inbox. A few years ago we had lots of spam: the spam filter was born and saved us from insanity. Nowadays, email overload is the problem and hopefully Gmail Priority Inbox will [...]Read More
The General posted an article on geekhack on how to mod Das Keyboard with one Fn key and one Win key to become a 2-win key, getting rid of the Fn key altogether. It is pretty straight forward. Thanks to Colin R. for sending us the pointer.
As you can imagine, one of our passions here at Das Keyboard is for really fast typing. We love that Das Keyboard has helped so many people to improve the speed and accuracy of their typing skills and we’re always looking for ways to help more. I came across a great post by David Turnbull with his 9 tips for [...]Read More
The other day we got a message from a Das Keyboard customer saying that his PC did not recognize the keyboard. The error message was “Keyboard not found, press F1 to continue” Seriously, who is in charge of writing this stuff? Is this an official body governing the BIOS specifications? Can any one ping them about this?