Taking place during this year’s South by Southwest is the first Das Keyboard Meet-n-Greet Breakfast. Here, we invite you to mingle with, and get to know the creators of Das Keyboard, as well as other Das Keyboard aficionados, will be at your disposal to answer your questions and listen to what you have to say about Das Keyboard, along with [...]Read More
Das Keyboard blog has always been part of the Metadot blog and the rising success of Das Keyboard as a product and the enthousiasm of our user community have created the need to have a blog specific to the topic of typing, and more generally about input devices and how they affect our daily productivity. So stay tuned for more [...]Read More
Zachary Gasiorowski, MyGamer.com, reviewed the Das Keyboard Professional and says: “Until I typed on a Das Keyboard keyboard, I didn’t realize how satisfying hitting keys can be. With an incredibly satisfying “click” noise with every key tap, this keyboard is bound to make typing more accurate… and entertaining.”
Cyril Kowaliski at The Tech Reports has a review on Das Keyboard Professional and compares it to the IBM Model M. They are both mechanical keyboards, they both focus on great tactile feedback and typing efficiency. Who wins? Could that be both keyboards? Read the review at www.techreport.com.
The Theremin, invented in 1920 by Russian physicist Léon Theremin, was one of the world’s first electronic instruments. It’s the only instrument that is played without being touched. Ken Moore got a Wii for Christmas and did this: Thank you to our Metadot customer www.noeq.net for pointing great project out.