The added bonus being that Das Keyboard is currently on the market :)
DasKeyboard is targeted at "ubergeeks". But a real geek should be able to make one by himself. (Preferably by simply using his keyboard until the print on the keys wears out.) Therefore, if you need to buy it, you don't need the keyboard ;)
Someday, people who know how to use computers will rule over
those who don't. And there will be a special name for them:
secretaries. -Dilbert quote
Or, for those of us with a few Model M keyboards around, you just pull off the little key tops.
PS. I have sadly discovered that Model M keyboards are not indistructable -- don't store them on a shelf 7 feet high, where when reaching for something else, you might knock one of them off, and have it come crashing down, smacking its keys into a table on the way down .... most of the keys clipped back in just fine, but a few of them shattered.