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Das Keyboard Makes Hunting And Pecking A No-No
Contributed by: SHA, at 8/15/2005 09:51:00 PM.

Typing on a Das Keyboard is a lot like typing on any other computer keyboard - except the keys are blank.
Most people, especially those who rely on the slow but steady hunt-and-peck technique, might consider that a problem.
Not Daniel Guermeur, chief executive of Austin-based Metadot Corp. The self-proclaimed ``uber geek'' says he first came up with the idea for a blank keyboard while attending Stanford University in 1989. It was there that the French native noticed others typing much faster than he was.
"I was an OK typist but I was slowing down when I looked at the special characters,'' said Guermeur, 41. "One day I said, 'If I could just improve my typing I could be much more efficient.' ''
Two years ago, he built a prototype to test his hypothesis that a blank keyboard would force him to become a better typist. After many people asked him where he bought it, he decided to start making them commercially.


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