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After 5 years of using a blank keyboard, I don’t recommend it

Sometime around 2017, I became disenchanted with the glowing Corsair and Logitech gaming keyboards I’d been using. They’re good, but everyone has one. I wanted something niche: an apparatus unknown to generic typists, but inconspicuous enough not to instantly reveal my snobbishness for what it is. 

My search ended with the Das Keyboard Ultimate (opens in new tab), a $169 black mechanical keyboard with completely blank keycaps. There’s no “QWERTY,” no “WASD,” no numbers or symbols. All of its keys are featureless cubes. I chose the Ultimate for two main reasons:

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