Date: October 1st, 2008
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Das Keyboard
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DAS KEYBOARD PROFESSIONAL INTRODUCTION
To most people, a keyboard is a basic tool to allow the user to input characters through work, or a control method for gaming. To others, it is the key to a comfortable work environment or an accurate and successful gaming experience. Because of this wide variety of users, there is also a wide variety of keyboards for the consumer to choose from. If you want a basic bare-bones keyboard, there is something for you. If you want something that is classy looking, there is something for you as well. If you are into gaming, their is easily over 20 different models available from several unique manufacturers.
But what if you are looking for an excellent higher quality keyboard that gives you lots of tactile click feedback, is built very well, includes a USB 2.0 hub and does all this while still looking simple and classy. If this is a keyboard that you are interested in plus you have over a $120 budget for a keyboard alone, then you might be interested in Das Keyboard's Professional keyboard.
Is it worth the large pricetag? Is the click worth the cash? We will soon find out.
DAS KEYBOARD CORPORATE PROFILE
Daniel Guermeur, founder of Metadot Corporation , an open source software company, created Das Keyboard because he believed the only way to improve his typing skills was to stop looking at the keys. Having a blank keyboard with a great tactile feel would be the ultimate answer.
So he went on a mission to look for the best quality components available and had the ultimate blank keyboard custom made for him. After few weeks of using this keyboard his typing speed increased considerably. In fact it doubled!
Many friends and colleagues who tested his keyboard were mesmerized by the wonderful tactile feel. It was unlike anything they'd experienced and they involuntarily muttered "oh" and "ah" while typing. Before long the prototype keyboard was coveted by all who touched it. Daniel thought, "Maybe there's a larger market than just me?"
If you think about it, many people spend the majority of their time on a computer.
Ask yourself: What is the object you put your hands on many hours a day sometimes 8 or more hours a day?
Answer: a keyboard.
So, if you spend so much time touching something it should be a pleasure; something terrific and enjoyable, not a squeaky-mushy-unresponsive-five-dollar keyboard. And why not have a little reward each time you type a key? How about a little audible click? This was the beginning of the adventure: "the keyboard that clicks."
Marketing a keyboard can be very boring, but if you make the best keyboard money can buy without any quality compromises, it becomes exciting. Birgit Guermeur undertook the mission of bringing this product to the masses.
Das Keyboard is now available with or without inscriptions to all who want to experience the nirvana of all typing experiences.