Das Keyboard Prime 13 is a minimalist mechanical keyboard designed to take productivity to the next level. Free of fancy features, the Prime 13 delivers an awesome typing experience by focusing on premium material and simple design. Featuring an anodized aluminum top panel, Cherry MX switches with white LEDs, USB pass-through and an extra-long braided cable, the Prime 13 is the ideal mechanical keyboard for overachievers who want get the job done.
Start with pure lines sculpted in aluminum, add clean white backlit keys with a modern font face, and you get an incredibly efficient tool that helps get the job done.
Das Keyboard incorporates a product of the highest-quality German engineering: Cherry MX switches. With gold crosspoint technology, these switches ensure high-precision electrical contact. They last over 50 million keystrokes with no loss of quality.
The Das Keyboard Prime 13 wields white LED backlit keys with 7 levels of brightness. Plenty-enough settings even for desks located in challengingly-dark environments.
With the extra-long braided cable and its rectangular shape, the Prime 13 keeps you knolling more then ever.
Conveniently plug a mouse, thumb drive, headset, or phone directly into the keyboard's USB pass-through.
The planet needs your help. Every bit counts. The Prime 13 has built-in energy saving features.
Sleep Control Function
Das Keyboard was one of the first to incorporate a computer sleep control to its keyboards. Having a computer sleep a few hours a day while you are away from your desk will make your power hungry 600-watt, eight-core, fire-breathing monster computer stop burning unnecessary energy when it is not needed.
The Prime 13 backlighting automatically dims after 10 minutes of inactivity. Even keyboards like naps.
Forget stickers. Find excellence down to the laser-engraved aluminum label under the keyboard.
We rotated the LED switches to be front facing so that even the media controls icons located on the side of the keycaps are backlit. The best way to explain this is to create this new word, sidelit.