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Matias Mini Tactile Pro Keyboard for Mac, White w/media keys, Clicky

Price:
$200.20
Product Code:
FK303
Brand:
Ship Weight:
2.95 KGS
Availability:
In stock - at Sydney supplier
FK303
In stock - at Sydney supplier
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Product Description


  • The Mini Tactile Pro for Mac uses Matias’ premium ALPS Clicky mechanical keyswitches that Apple used in its original Apple Extended Keyboard.
  • This is the reduced-size version, giving you more free space on your desk.
  • The function keys let you control screen brightness, volume, iTunes, and more.
  • Keyboard and cable detach from each other, and an extra cable is included
  • Some keyboards have 2 USB ports — most have none. We’re giving you three! You can plug in flash drives, digital cameras, or your mouse.
  • All those symbols are handy, but what happens when they wear off? They won't. They're laser etched — burned into the keys with a laser.
  • It has traditional sculpted keytops, curved to fit your fingertips, and keep you from sliding out of home position.
  • The Mini Tactile Pro has special Anti-Ghosting Circuitry (also called n-key rollover) to eliminate multiple-keypress ghosting problems.
  • Reduced-size US-symbol style, 33.7 x 16.5 x 3.5 cm in size, 2m and 1m USB cables, for Mac users.

Please note:This is a mechanical keyboard and it will make audible sounds when used.

As these keyboards are mechanical in nature, there will usually be very slight variations in the tonal quality of the clicking sounds that the keys make.

Factors such as the location of each key on it's circuit board influence how closely the key is bound to the standoffs that secure the circuit board to the base, and so on. These slight variations are regarded as normal by the manufacturers.

 

http://matias.ca/minitactilepro/mac/



Please note: As these keyboards are mechanical in nature, there will usually be very slight variations in the tonal quality of the clicking sounds that the keys make.

Factors such as the location of each key on it's circuit board influence how closely the key is bound to the standoffs that secure the circuit board to the base, and so on. These slight variations are regarded as normal by the manufacturers.


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  1. A Revelation

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    I have just received this keyboard so this is a 'first impressions' review. My very first impression is that I love it. The keyboard looks lovely (we'll see if it stays that way with age), feels very solid and substantial, and has a light touch. Compared the MacBook and wireless keyboards I've been using, the extra arrow keys are a nice addition as well, although I have to relearn some old habits. It's great having the media control keys, although my external monitor doesn't respond to the brightness level keys, but that's not the keyboard's fault.

    I've been using my MacBook Pro keyboard for a while and needed an external one because of the ergonomics. I thought I'd try a mechanical keyboard since they're not much more than a decent wireless one and I type a lot. I ended up settling on the Matias Mini Pro because it's made for Mac. I have no previous experience with a mech keyboard and was a little nervous about trying one at all, and one that's not driven by Cherry switches, which is what most reviewed keyboards contain. I need not have worried. Great keyboard, recommend to anyone thinking of making the switch.



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