Drinking and typing don’t go together well. However, since we spend most of the day glued to the monitor typing emails away (some may actually do some real work), drinking and eating at our desk are sometimes a necessity. You know it is just a question of time. It’s going to happen, and there you go: the phone rings, you [...]Read More
Great news for Mac and Linux users: we are happy to pre-announce the release of our Mac and Linux key caps kit for Das Keyboard. This will be available in a few weeks. The key cap will replace the Windows key. Stay tuned for the official announcement.
Keyboards occupy a lot of space in our life. Do you realize this is probably the object you touch the most? The only other objects that require so much touching time are pets, smart phones and BlackBerries. We cannot easily say goodbye to our communication tools, but we can give away our cat and still enjoy the softness of its [...]Read More
Anyone who tried to type on an alphabetical keyboard knows that it is pretty much impossible to type fast. Each letter needs to be processed by the brain to find out its approximative position, very much like learning on QWERTY or Dvorak. Therefore there is no gain in learning to type using an alphabetical keyboard. It’s more like the opposite: [...]Read More
Hello everyone! I am Daniel the creator of Das Keyboard. We are a US company located in Austin Texas and we love the passion of our users. We have been looking into the character inversion phenomenon that occurs in some cases. As Devin Coldewey from CrunchGear says describing a Das Keyboard user experience: “when keys are pressed in rapid succession on his Das Keyboard, [...]Read More