Matias Secure Pro Keyboard
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- Connects wirelessly to your computer via an AES encrypted USB nano receiver — the strongest level of encryption available in a keyboard
- Delivers a feel that's unmatched for comfort - without sacrificing the tactile feedback
- Laser etched keys - burned with a laser so they'll never wear off
- Long 1,600 mAh battery life - big enough to last 6 months to a year on a single charge under normal use
- High polling rate of 200 Hz eliminates lag
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This super-secure, compact, wireless keyboard has Matias Quiet-Click mechanical switches to give you the high performance of a mechanical keyboard without the noise normally associated with mechanical keyboards! The Secure Pro Keyboard uses Matias' new Quiet Click mechanical keyswitches, which were over 2 years in the making. They deliver a feel that is unmatched for comfort, without sacrificing the tactile feedback you need to type really fast. The keyboard is wireless via AES 128 bit encrypted 2.4 GHz Wireless RF with a nano receiver that you plug into the USB port of the computer; this means that the keyboard has the highest level of wireless security commercially available today - it's more secure than bluetooth - and is the level of security used by the government and highly secure corporate offices. Also includes special anti-ghosting circuitry so that the keyboard keeps up with the fastest typists, laser etched keys so the characters don't wear off, and traditional sculpted keytops for comfort and speed. Keys are full sized, but there is no number pad, so the keyboard is smaller than a traditional keyboard.
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One note, when you sleep your PC, be sure to hit the power off button on the top of the keyboard or the USB transmitter and keyboard will keep talking and it will drain the battery. That's the only "gotcha" I found. It's just a guess as to what it's doing, but a couple times I found my keyboard dead and the battery drained. As long as I power it off when it sleeps then the problem is solved. Just a process you need to remember to do.
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Those are not typos; those are regular and agonizing misfires which make a great concept a terrible keyboard.
Anyway, please improve the quality check!
Conclusion: The quiet sound of it makes it a top choice for office use.
People work in non-IT related companies like me may not be as tolerable towards mechanical keyboards as programmers. Your colleagues may be greatly disturbed by the noise of mechanical keyboards, yet they don't understand why you'd spend over $100 for a keyboard. But with the Matias Secure Pro, the noise is no longer a big problem. I asked my colleague sitting next to me to tell me if she's disturbed by my Secure Pro and she said it was totally fine.
The switch is a bit different from Cherry ones and what I can say is that I'd choose this for office use. I may like Cherry Red or Blue more for use at home, but ALPS is much better than those cheap keyboards that came together with your company's Dell desktop.
My first buy's F key is problematic but unfortunately Amazon does not provide direct exchange for 3rd party sold products, though FBA. I had to return it and place another order. The second one is the perfect little keyboard I'm using to type this review (shhhh).
The only two improvements I could think of:
1) option to use PBT keycaps instead of ABS. ABS, even high quality ABS keycaps are not as good as PBT ones.
2) PGUP and PGDN keys....Do people use them a lot? I'd prefer to change them to Home and End. In fact that's what I did with Windows registry remapping.
But they are to Matias. I still need to thank the seller who imported this keyboard from Canada and put it on Amazon (Prime!).
As for the switches, they do not immediately feel weird like some non-Cherry ones I've used. Solid and satisfying to type on. They are also quieter as the manufacturer states.
The only improvements I would suggest are minor ones such as indicator lights for caps/scroll lock, and a micro-USB sized charger, since it can be shared among most devices these days.
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This keyboard is very nice to type on. This is probably the reason you are going to spend the extra money for a keyboard like this and it delivers.Read more