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Date: October 1st, 2008
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Das Keyboard
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL & WALKTHROUGH


So you are considering opening up your wallet and purchasing this keyboard. What features does it have?



The primary marketing draw for this keyboard is the mechanical keys it uses which have a lot of feedback along with a click sound that reminds you of the keyboard that was attached to your old 386 IBM in highschool. If you are coming from a standard membrane based keyboard which comprises most of keyboards made today, the noise difference will be very noticeable. This is thanks to the gold plated mechanical key switches under every key. This adds to the audio and tactile feedback during use and can lead to a longer lifespan.


Here is an example if what they sound like.


 

 

 

 


Although you do get a basic jist of the sound this keyboard produces, in real life the click is higher pitched with a definite metallic click sound made from each key stroke.




Other than the keys, you have the product name label and the LED backlit num, caps and scroll lock keys.

 

 


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