Division Zero X40 Continued
The right side of the keyboard offers all of the typical keys. Nothing as far as double duty keys, well, except for the 2, 4, 6, and 8 keys, they can be used as arrow keys if desired.
There is no hint of the Das Keyboard name here. The top right corner is labeled Division Zero to the right of the new logo. Under the name are tiny red LEDs to denote is the Windows lock, number lock, CAPS lock, or if the scroll lock is active.
As we make it to the right edge of the X40, we have flipped out the feet underneath of the keyboard. This completely changes the presentation of all of the keys on the top to allow for a better ergonomic feel when using it.
Under the X40, we find two thin rubber feet along the front edge to give that side some grip. There is a product sticker in the middle, and this time, it does say Das Keyboard across it. At the back, we find flip out feet, and they are coated with rubber to offer grip in the back.
When extended, these feet will add three-eighths of an inch to the overall height at the back of the keyboard. With a wide groove at the front, it is very easy to access and flip out these rubber ended plastic feet.
Permanently attached to the center of the back edge, we find this two-meter long braided cable. There is a Velcro strap to keep things tidy on the go, and all four of the connections at the end of the cable are gold plated.
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