Compact TKL keyboard maximizes workspace efficiency; New firmware and PBT keycaps add durability, lubed large keys improve the tactile experience
The favorite 4C version is back and with significant updates to its 4C for improved quality and efficacy. Designed with no traditional number pad and known as a”tenkeyless” or even TKL, the 4C is Das Keyboard’s most compact keyboard, which is great for professionals utilizing smaller workstations, home offices, or those that want more portability.
The 4C was initially published in 2015, although the updated 4C TKL now includes Cherry MX brownish switches, new firmware, PBT keycaps for extra durability, lubed, big keys that maximize smoothness for an improved tactile experience.
Features Include: PBT keycaps don’t wear over time.
— Lubed Keys: Large keys that include the space bar, return, shift and caps lock are lubed by the producer to silence the switch and boost smoothness at the actuation factors, reducing friction.
— Cherry MX Brown Switches: Today with gold-plated, Cherry MX Brown switches that provide long-lasting electrical contact and tactile feedback to allow users to execute keystrokes with precision and speed.
— N-key rollover: Full NKRO support finds all keystrokes for fast typists.
— Convenience Features: A 2-port USB 2.0 hub provides the capacity to connect USB keys and charge telephones, an extra-long (6.5 feet) cable for improved cable management, and a magnetically detachable footbar doubles as a ruler.
“Our updated Das Keyboard 4C Tenkeyless packs an amazing punch for today’s professional looking to combine workspace efficiency and productivity at home or in the office,” said Daniel Guermeur, founder and creator of Das Keyboard. “We’re eager to deliver a better Das Keyboard 4C to give users the highest-quality scanning experience for years and years to come.”