Pros I grew up in the 80's and the majority of the keyboards made the same clacking noises as the das keyboard.I personally love the clacking noises and have found that with the clicking keyboards my typing is faster and more accurate/efficient.
Cons Absolutely Nothing....Oh maybe they could offer more colors and styles, that would be great!
Summary Best keyboard I've had since the 80's! Worth every penny!
Pros For those of us using our computers for "serious" work, particularly typing letters, will find no better device to help their daily chores. This keyboard will allow you to type much faster with many less mistakes.
Cons For me there are NONE.
Summary The tactile feel of this keyboard is better than the competition. It is smaller than the competition and much better looking as well. Additionally, this keyboard compared to the competition of IBM M type keyboards also gives you two USB ports which is a bonus.
This keyboard is the ultimate for those doing a lot of typing. You will love the tactile response and it has been made to be just perfect in feel, better than the competition who try to hard to recreate IBM M type keyboards. It has a magical feel and one must try it to believe it.
This is not a gaming keyboard, there is some noise associated with its use but to use it is like going to one of those family owned restaurants hidden in the bowels of NYC where there is not other like it.
Pros Tactile/audible feedback. Perfect touch. Apparently durable (time will tell). Fast!
Cons Expensive (but worth it).
Summary I'm a programmer/web designer. Apparently I'm also an "intense" typist as I typically wear out 2-3 keyboards a year.
The quality in this keyboard is readily apparent, and I expect it will prove durable as well. With no drivers in the way, it's lightning fast...I can't out-type it.
I don't need user-defined function keys, media player controls, etc. I just need a workhorse! I think I've found it.
"Perfect Keyboard"on by madhurya
Pros Solid Build Quality, Mechanical Keys Switches, Simplistic, USB Hub
Cons Price is high.
Summary This is the best modern keyboard I've ever used (almost as good as the IBM Modem Ms). The build quality is fabulous and the keys feel awesome. Every key press results in a fantastic audible and tactile feedback, which is almost non-existent in most modern membrane keyboards. No other keyboard comes even close to Das Keyboard. I checked out the Saitek Eclipse II, but it's still a membrane keyboard.
It's very expensive for a keyboard with a basic set of 104 keys, but is worth every penny.