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Das Keyboard DKP13-PRMXT00-US Prime 13 Cherry MX Brown Mechanical Keyboard - White LED Backlit Soft Tactile

3.7
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Description

  • Cherry MX brown mechanical key switches with gold contacts for a soft tactile feel and an unmatched typing experience
  • Robust construction to withstand 50+ million keystrokes
  • White LED backlighting
  • USB 2. 0 pass-through
  • Media controls via function keys (quick access Media controls)
  • Full N-key rollover: with anti-ghosting
  • Das German engineering: durable build quality to instill confidence and precision
  • Extra long 2-meter (6. 5 foot) braided cable

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Customer Reviews

I received this Keyboard August 7, 2017. It ... I received this Keyboard August 7, 2017. It no longer registers keystrokes and the backlighting for two keys has died. Nothing spilled on it, and no other harm befell it. It passed away on its own.What recourse do I have?Das Keyboard suggested I return the keyboard, so I did but heard nothing from them: THEY RIPPED ME OFF.I would welcome suggestions about what is the best mechanical, wired, backlit keyboard.. I'm on a Mac.UPDATE AUGUST 22, 2018Das Keyboard still hasn't returned the defective keyboard they suggested I send back, and it's been a couple of months.. They are a garbage company!I ended up buying a Redragon K552 KUMARA LED Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Black) here on Amazon for $29.95, and my first impression is that it's a better keyboard. The font is easier to read, and I prefer the touch. It seems well made.The backlighting is red. I would prefer white, but for the price I can't complain. The clicks are a little louder than I would like. Still, you might want to check it out. 1Excellent, high quality mechanical for a professional setting My first mechanical keyboard with modern switches (instead of the older buckling-spring assemblies) was a Velocifire VM01. It served me well, but I decided recently to splurge and go for a more premium deck in this case the Das Keyboard Prime 13 with Cherry MX Brown keyswitches. It does, I must admit, have a very different feel to my significantly cheaper VM01 Keyboard. It s not unpleasant. The switches feel very similar to the way my old Unicomp Model M buckling spring keyboard felt. There s a very satisfying buoyancy to the keys (for lack of a better word). It s a genuine joy to type on. I look forward to using this keyboard for National Novel Writing Month.The backlighting is even and strong much more so than the VM01. The steel faceplate is cool to the touch and very solid. There s no noticeable flex, even when I press very hard down on the center of the keyboard or pick it up and twist the corners away from each other.The keycaps feel nice, have a clear and professional-looking font to them, and have very little wiggle which is a nice change from my VM01. That s a difference that $75 will get you. I may still need to put O-ring dampeners on the keys. We ll see how loud the keyboard actually sounds once I get it set up in my office.I don t notice the audible PING! when releasing larger keys such as the space bar and backspace buttons that annoyed me with the VM01. That s a level of quality I expected but it s nice to see that my trust in the Das company wasn t unfounded. This is definitely one of the nicest premium keyboards I ve ever used if not the best period.One very minor criticism on keys that have two legends on them (like the number/symbol keys along the top and the bracket/curly brace keys on the side) the backlight only illuminates the top symbol and not the bottom. This is probably due to the fact that Cherry switches have their LED on the top of the switch but it would have been nice to have both light up still.I don t know if it s just my unfamiliarity with the Cherry MX Brown switches, but I notice myself adding a lot of extra spaces in my writing. I ll have to see if that goes away with more regular use. It could be that the space bar on my old Velocifire VM01 was just less sensitive and I m used to really banging it to get it to actuate. Haha. The large buttons on this keyboard do require what seems like a lot less pressure to register than I m used to on the VM01. I m not sure if that s real or imagined.Although I was assured when I bought the VM01 that the OUTEMU off-brand brown switches were comparable to Cherry MX Browns I m going to have to disagree. There s a decidedly different feel to these branded Cherries on the Das. Again, this may just be confirmation bias since I paid almost twice as much for this keyboard as the VM01 but I feel like the Cherry switches are just smoother, and require less actuation force.This is the closest feel I ve found in a post-Model-M keyboard to the buckling spring monster I used back in the day. The keys pop back up in a satisfying and strong way. The sound is nice and clacky without being *completely* over the top. The overall look and feel of the keyboard itself is very high-end and professional looking. I see some of my coworkers bringing in high-end VGA keyboards and realize that the gamer aesthetic isn t really for me. I would feel juvenile using a board with multi-colored lights on it like some twenty-something s sports car.The cord is braided, which you ll either love or hate. I personally like the look and feel of it myself. It terminates in 2 USB 2.0 plugs one for the keyboard and one for the USB pass-through port on the top right of the keyboard. I like to use this for my wireless mouse receiver. It s discreet and keeps it out of my way.This was my first purchase from Das, and I don t believe it will be the last. It took me a long time to be able to justify the price to myself but now that I ve used it first hand I don t know that I ll be willing to go back to squishy ten dollar membrane keyboards again. Das may well have ruined me for them. 5and the backlighting is perfect. My eyesight is This keyboard does everything it says and does it well. It's unobtrusive, and the backlighting is perfect.My eyesight is, in a word, failing, making it increasingly difficult for me to make out the keys when I'm working. I've tried other backlit keyboards, but this one has the smoothest action, surest touch, and the most effective light. I've always liked looking at other people's RBG lighting, but when I've tried them, well, the colors have always been a big distraction and literally headache causing when they start zipping around.The Das Keyboard Prime's backlight is white. It doesn't blink or create cute designs, but it does have several different degrees of brightness. I can see what I'm doing and when you're thinking as you type that's a huge plus. I recommend this as highly as I can! 5A great deck, but the 4 Pro is better for a little extra. First of all, this is an amazing keyboard. About a month ago I bought the Das Keyboard 4 Professional and I love it. The Prime 13 is only like 10-20 bucks cheaper but the feel is noticeably different - still great compared to your run-of-the-mill keyboard, but not as good as the 4 Pro. I do like that the Prime 13 has higher legs to tilt the deck up more (the 4 Pro doesn't have ANY legs but a stupid plastic ruler (held in place by magnets) that slides all over the place).So if you're already OK with this price range for a keyboard, then I would spend a few extra bucks for the 4 Pro (unless you need the backlit keys of the Prime 13). 4It's okay, but I wish I had gone with something different... This is a solid keyboard that feels premium at first glance, but I have a few problems that make me regret my purchase:# Uneven FrameI think the frame is slightly bent or something because it doesn't sit evenly on my desk. It rocks ever so slightly (like maybe 1-2mm).I always considered Das Keyboards a premium keyboard, so I assumed the rocking was my fault. I cleaned my desk and the underside of the keyboard, but it was still rocking when I typed or put any pressure on one of the sides.This got annoying fast and I had to put something underneath one of the corners to prevent the rocking.# Uneven BacklightingThe backlighting on the primary letters is perfect (same with the sides on the top row of function keys). But the backlighting of characters on the bottom half of the keys is dim/dull. The colon, for example, is perfectly well lit, but the semicolon is dim/dull looking.This complaint might seem petty, but the backlighting was the reason I purchased this keyboard over a different model. I own custom backlit keys I planned to use and the backlighting helps me see quite a bit.At this price range, and given the fact that the keyboard comes stock with characters on both halves of the keys, I kind of expected the backlighting to look even and clean across the top of all keycaps.I've had other backlit keyboards where this wasn't an issue. But perhaps this was a trade-off to reduce unwanted glow below the keycaps.# SupportI'm a big fan of AutoHotKey and other open-source software solutions for keyboards. After I ordered this keyboard, I learned that Das Keyboard has been banning users from its support forums for mentioning open source alternatives to the software they provide.Rather than cultivating an avid fanbase of loyal users in their support forums, they seem more interested in forcing their users to use only their proprietary software. I regret contributing to a company with that approach, especially since it could harm my ability to obtain useful support suggestions later.If I hadn't already thrown away the box, I would have returned the keyboard based on this issue alone.# Final ThoughtsDespite these qualms, I'm still giving this keyboard 3 stars. Although I wouldn't buy this keyboard again, it does have a very high-quality feel and I've enjoyed using it every time I sit down.I've owned other mechanical keyboards at around this price range that didn't feel anywhere near as high-quality as this one. With a few minor improvements, Das Keyboard would have had a fanboy for life. 3I received this keyboard yesterday and I have to say I love this keyboard Okay, I received this keyboard yesterday and I have to say I love this keyboard. The construction is top notch and it is well built and very solid. The backlit is great and I keep it on the lowest setting, as that is more than enough for me to see with during the daytime and at night. Otherwise it is too bright for my old eyes. This is my first mechanical keyboard and I love the feel of the keys. They are clicky but not terribly so. I think I may purchase some o rings to try and dampen the sounds as my home office is in my bedroom and I don't want to wake my husband as I often work pretty late.I do wish I could tilt the keyboard up more as it still sits pretty flat even with the back legs extended. I may put a strip of wood under it to raise it some more.The key strikes are very accurate and I am now having to get used to a very accurate keyboard. My old keyboard would miss type my words, as I typed very fast and it became very annoying to have to go back and edit my texts due to missing letters. So it is a joy not to have that issue with this keyboard.The only thing that I dislike is that the larger keys rattle. For example, if you hit the backspace button or the spacebar, which I tend to do a lot, it rattles pretty loudly. I popped the key cap off and I can see that there is a metal bar running under the key and that is what is causing the rattle. I don't strike the keys hard at all so this is a bit annoying. I am not sure how to eliminate this issue either. I may try and add a drop of petroleum jelly to help suppress the rattle. For the price I paid there should be no rattling keys. Hence the 4 star review instead of 5 stars.Even with the rattle I am pretty happy with my purchase. 4Great keyboard - well worth it to me as a replacement for the cheap bundled keyboard This keyboard is perfect for me. I replaced a cheap HP board that was bundled with my PC and there is just no comparison between the two regarding quality. This DAS board reminds me of the good old days when PC keyboards were substantial, especially the old IBM PC keyboards. I like the consistent feel of the keys. It didn't take long for me to get used to them but, as I hinted, I've used better keyboards such as this in the past.I use this in my home office where I generally do not have much ambient light turned on. I do photography editing and prefer not having reflections on my monitor. The lighted keyboard really helps out, especially when needing to access a function key or other key that is not part of the normal QWERTY key population (e.g. the Home key).The only quirk that I find is the upside-down orientation of some of the key labels. Due to the way the lights are mounted in some of the keys, the printed labels are backwards. On all of the regular number keys the alternate character is printed BELOW the number (e.g. the @ is below the 2). I wish they'd printed them normally and just put the light on the bottom of the switch like they've done on the function keys. It would make more sense to me. But that doesn't affect the typing at all!The quality of the build is wonderful. I appreciate the aluminum top panel. I use the USB port for my wireless dongle for my mouse.After using this for about a week I decided to get a 2nd DAS keyboard for work where I work as a software engineer. I haven't measured it, but anecdotally I feel my typing accuracy and speed has improved.I know there are other mechanical keyboards out there but these are the only 2 that I've used so I can't compare the DAS boards against any others. But I do know I really like these and would buy another one if I had to replace it. My wife wants one too. 5Amazing, Simply Amazing My first mechanical keyboard and I've fallen in love. It's a bit loud for my tastes, but that's just how they are. Aesthetically this keyboard is simply divine, no crazy RGB backlights doing crazy s***, no fancy media buttons or macro keys to be annoying. Not much of a review i know, but i love it.The first one i received had something wrong with the spacebar stabilizers that led to it not typing spaces correct. I contacted DasKeyboard support and they responded within 30 minutes. Since it was within Amazon replacement period they said to do that. The replacement arrived within 26 hours of my contacting support. 5Large keys "stick" but otherwise a great keyboard Have been using this keyboard for a few days, and here are my thoughts...- The brown keys are louder than I thought... coming from red keys, they are louder, but also more fulfilling to type on..- The other reviews are unfortunately right in saying that the "big buttons" on this keyboard are poorly engineered. They did fix the spacebar issue, it's actually the only large key that works properly. The backspace, enter (especially) and shift keys all "stick" if you press them slowly.- For some reason, the backlight's lowest settings is "just high enough" to distract me... and hopefully this goes away with time, but I keep seeing it "flicker" from looking at my screen. Some sort of optical trick, but since I've been using the keyboard for a few days it does seem to be happening less. My previous keyboard was Corsair K70 and I never had this issue before (I used the lowest light setting on it).I'm still debating whether I'm going to keep the keyboard. I really like it, but I'm worried that the large keys are going to "give out" quickly, become unusable, and I will have spent $130 on a keyboard that I can't even use...If the engineering on the large keys was changed, this keyboard would be an easy 5/5, but as it is now, I have to unfortunately give it a 3/5 :(. 3Beautiful, but ultimately, beauty is only skin-deep. I really, really wanted to like this keyboard, but I returned it.I have used computer keyboards for longer than I would admit, and they've always been standard, IBM old school keyboards. This Das Keyboard has slightly narrower keys, so my fingers (which have memorized the position of the keys) wouldn't hit the keys in the same way.... meaning that my typing was full of errors.Second complaint, as others have noted, is that the key labeling for multi-purpose keys (i.e. 4 and $) is odd, and the second function for the key gets very little illumination. Is this a deal breaker? For me it is.Bottom line, I've returned the Das Keyboard and have ordered a different, full size illuminated mechanical keyboard that has the multi-purpose keys labeled at the top. 3
Das Keyboard DKP13-PRMXT00-US Prime 13 Cherry MX Brown Mechanical Keyboard - White LED Backlit Soft Tactile

Das Keyboard DKP13-PRMXT00-US Prime 13 Cherry MX Brown Mechanical Keyboard - White LED Backlit Soft Tactile

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€233,00
Sale price
€233,00
Regular price
€384,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€151,00)