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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 10:03 AM - Thread Starter
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Das Keyboard, the company known for their high-end mechanical keyboards, just launched a mechanical keyboard, Model S Professional for Mac, which is specifically designed for Mac users. Das Keyboard said, “We are excited to announce the Das Keyboard for Mac. We received emails, tweets, and posts on our Facebook page from Mac users around the world begging us to make a keyboard just for them, and we had to accept the challenge.”

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 10:23 AM
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If it's designed for the Mac why is it glossy black?



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If it's designed for the Mac why is it glossy black?

Because old apple keyboards look grimey?
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Sad that they give this media function keys, but the other ones they don't give anything but the regular.

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Too bad, I've already got 6Gv2

If you were given this one for free, would you switch to it? I've been looking for a better keyboard.
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If you were given this one for free, would you switch to it? I've been looking for a better keyboard.

If I was a mac user maybe I'd switch but I'm not a fan of the MX Blue keyswitches, plus it doesn't have nkro. So really it depends on your taste as with all mechanical keyboards.

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If I was a mac user maybe I'd switch but I'm not a fan of the MX Blue keyswitches, plus it doesn't have nkro. So really it depends on your taste as with all mechanical keyboards.

Oh blues. For NKRO, can't you just use a USB-PS/2 adapter?
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