For its size, this is a hefty keyboard, but the weight seems to jibe with the sturdy build quality. You get the sense that you could whack a baseball with this thing and it wouldn’t cause any damage. Not that we'd recommend it.
The USB hub is a strong feature, as it offers users those extra ports and enables the NKRO capability, sans PS/2 adapter.
Few would doubt the overall quality of the 4C Professional, based on Das Keyboard’s reputation, but many are no doubt wary of the Greetech switches on board. The jury remains out for the time being, unfortunately, but we can say that if Greetech switches are in any way inferior to Cherry, we were unable to detect as much in our time with this device.
The fact that Das Keyboard has been so cagey and awkward about the decision to go with Greetech on this generation of keyboards certainly raises questions, but the answers may only come with time.
You can snag one of these sturdy beasts for $143.