There aren’t that many keyboard to truly consider in this world to keep for years. I say that because a great keyboard not only has to look good and type with ease, but it has to stay that way. In this day and age, keyboards continuously get more bells and whistles, some of which even include screens as number pads, backlit keys, and even programmable keys. But, a small German company produces just a few very simple, but well-engineered keyboards — they are called Das Keyboard.
And in this particular case, the keyboard in question is the Das Keyboard 4, called “the thinnest mechanical keyboard in the world”. And it actually, it just might be.