Grind down your keyboard and you will learn to type in no time. The trick is: if you can't see the letters, you stop looking and start guessing. By and by you guess better and better - soon you type 100+ keystrokes per minute. -- Don't believe me? Try it!
But before you buy a dasKeyboard, get some sandpaper (grain: 80, 240, 600 and 1000), a starbucks-coffee-mug (that one worked perfectly for me, but you can use any cylindrical object, that fits the curve of your keys) and do it yourself.
Hold the sandpaper tight around your coffee-mug and grind the keys. Start by doing a few strokes with the 80 grain, until the letter has gone. Then polish it up step by step. Finally use some water with the 1000 grain and you get a very nice finish.
You can do it line by line to optimize your workflow. First grind all keys over the 80 grain paper, then the 240, and so on...
Be carefull with the F and J keys, they usually have some small bulge, to feel the right position for your hands. Special keys like return, shift, ctrl and the spacebar (oh yeah, that one definetly) need a special treatment - and some skill to look good in the end - but I am sure, you will advance and succeed.
I used an old apple wireless keyboard (yeah, the white ones, which fill up with crumbs over time) with spanish layout, therefore it was quite cheap on ebay.