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There are no media keys, and if you want to be able to press more than six keys at once, you'll need to connect via your PS/2 port. But these—and the $130—are small prices to pay for one of the best keyboards on the market. quote


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Critic reviews

8.6
3 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    8.0
  • Tactility / button-feel
    9.2
  • Design and form factor
    9.2
  • Noise
    8.0
  • Configurability
    5.0
  • Portability
    8.0

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9.0
4 reviews
9.0
PC Mag Jun 23, 2010

There are no media keys, and if you want to be able to press more than six keys at once, you'll need to connect via your PS/2 port. But these—and the $130—are small prices to pay for one of the best keyboards on the market.

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8.0
CNET Jun 30, 2010

Its $135 price tag will deter casual users who can find a cheaper input device with extra features elsewhere, but power typists will find comfort, utility, and nostalgia in the Model S Ultimate's sleek design and springboard performance.

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9.0
Maximum PC Feb 22, 2011

If you like the Das Keyboard’s aesthetics, buy with confidence—you won’t be disappointed by the way this one performs.

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9.0
imichaeldotorg imichaeldotorg

Love this keyboard. Looks so bad-ass without labels on the keys. Takes some getting used to (really can't look down to position yourself), but definitely worth it. If you're going to be on a keyboard 8 hours a day, spend some money on an awesome keyboard. You won't regret it.

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9.0
rmanne rmanne

As a developer, I looked for a keyboard that will quickly register my key-hits while giving me feedback. This means going for MX Blues or Browns, and blues are a little more click for noise, which is good for extra feedback. The design? What typist looks at his keyboard while typing?! Design is...

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9.0
Levithelion Levithelion

The keyboard that clicks. I had been looking for a mechanical keyboard for a few months before I settled on the Model S Ultimate. I love the fact that there are no markings on the keys, and that it is so noisy. It is most definitely not a portable keyboard. It takes up a good amount of room on...

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9.0
pixel5 pixel5

I was really impressed by my Das when I had it. Great company and great build quality. I ended up giving it away as a gift, but I enjoyed it while I had it. I now use a CM Storm Quickfire Rapid.

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