Das Keyboard 5Q Cloud Connected Mechanical Keyboard

With its Gamma-Zulu mechanical switches, Das Keyboard 5Q delivers a comfortable and precise typing experience, and cloud connected feature and built-in LED allow the keyboard to send light notifications based on your setting.

Das Keyboard 5Q Cloud Based Mechanical Keyboard

Appearance design

The Das Keyboard 5Q is an innovative and advanced mechanical keyboard that works with Windows, Linux and Mac OS. As we can see from the images, the mechanical keyboard has a fully sized design, and its aluminum top panel delivers premium and stylish aesthetic style while detachable palm-rest with magnetic locking system improves your typing experience.

Das Keyboard 5Q Cloud Based Mechanical Keyboard

Function features

The mechanical keyboard comes equipped with Gamma Zulu mechanical key switches dedicatedly designed by Dad Keyboard in order to deliver a tactile, fast and accurate typing experience.

More importantly, as a cloud-connected keyboard, Das Keyboard 5Q can be connected to the internet in order to get open API data, and each key features standalone RGB LED light, so each key of the mechanical keyboard has the ability to represent a specific piece of information via its color such as project status, weather info, stock quotes, website alarms and more.

Meanwhile, the mechanical keyboard also supports zapier and IFTTT for more interactions, and open source feature means that you can program your Das Keyboard 5Q by yourself based on your needs. Using its unique Q button, you can quickly check various data which you’re monitoring, and it acts as knob to adjust volume with ease. Apart from these, the mechanical keyboard also features 100% anti-ghosting and full N-key rollover.

Price and availability

The Das Keyboard 5Q mechanical keyboard has been available for preorder for $229 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Das Keyboard official site for its more details.

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