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Nordic Matias Mini Quiet Pro for PC


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It feels amazing.
The Mini Quiet Pro uses Matias' new Quiet Click mechanical keyswitches. They deliver a feel that's unmatched for comfort - without sacrificing the tactile feedback you need to type really fast.

£118.80 (£99.00 ex VAT) 

Nordic Matias Mini Quiet Pro for PC - FK303QPC-ND

Compact for comfort & travel.
There are several advantages that come with a compact keyboard...

  • More free space on your desk.
  • Using your mouse is more comfortable - because you don't have to move your hand so far.
  • Easy to pack for trips.
    If you loathe your laptop's built-in keyboard, the Mini Quiet Pro is narrow enough to fit in your laptop bag.

It's really quiet.
Mechanical keyboards offer the best performance, but they're noisy - too noisy to use in most offices, or around other people. This is the first one that's quiet. Over two years in the making, it's the only mechanical keyboard that keeps both your fingers and your co-workers happy.

3 extra USB 2.0 ports.
Some keyboards have 2 USB ports - most have none. We're giving you three! You can plug in flash drives, digital cameras, your mouse, and more.

Detachable keyboard cable + a spare.
If you plan to take your Mini Quiet Pro with you, we've made that easier to do. Keyboard and cable detach from each other, and we provide an extra cable that you can keep stowed in your laptop bag, for use on the road.

Laser etched keys.
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 - so they'll never wear off.

Sculpted keytops.
The latest trend in keyboards is to have very flat & wide keys, with little or no space between them. You see this a lot on laptops and netbooks. While they look great, they can also be a little tricky to type on. The flatness makes it very easy to slide out of home row and lose your bearings.
The Mini Quiet Pro bucks this trend. It has traditional sculpted keytops, curved to fit your fingertips, and keep you from sliding out of home position.

Audio & media controls.
Dedicated keys let you control Volume Up / Down / Mute. Plus, by holding down the Fn key you gain access to strategically located Pause / Play, Next Track, and Previous Track keys.

Ghosts busted.
Most keyboards allow only a few keys to be pressed at once, so they can't keep up with very fast typists. The result is called ghosting - letters missing from what you actually typed, or additional letters that you didn't type.
The Mini Quiet Pro has special Anti-Ghosting Circuitry (also called n-key rollover) to eliminate these problems. You can type as fast as you're able; the Mini Quiet Pro will keep up.

Nordic Matias Mini Quiet Pro for PC - FK303QPC-ND

Part Number
Cable length
2 Metre
Language Layout
Number of keys/buttons
Switch Type
Matias Quiet Click
337 mm
165 mm
35 mm
950 g
Gross Weight
1.4 kg

Nordic Matias Mini Quiet Pro for PC - FK303QPC-ND

  A professional translator  20/06/2018
I bought this keyboard for mobile work (I use a Unicomp as my daily driver). It is very well built and the key feel is very snappy. Additionally, the board is much quieter than my old cheapo Labtec keyboard and only slightly louder than a laptop chicklet keyboard.

I really like the recessed USB ports, a cool feature copied from older Apple keyboards. Matias was kind enough to bundle the board with two different-length cords with an angled USB micro connector for added durability, very handy. The keycaps are very nice with a crisp, nice-looking font. For the most part, I like the layout: it's compact but with sufficient space between key groups. Thanks to the recessed USB ports, I can fit this keyboard and a standard-sized mouse in a very small space.

Thus far, I have only two niggles: the glossy finish of the chassis (I would've preferred matte) and the usability of the Home and End key. To access these keys, you need to press down the Fn key and either the Pg up or Pg down key, which is somewhat awkward on this board. The Fn key is located above the right arrow key, generally a very well thought-out position, but as the Pg up and Pg down keys are located in their own group right above the Fn key, you need to hold your wrist at an awkward angle to press these buttons simultaneously. This can be a real problem in extended use (I regularly paint text by holding shift and pressing either Home or End).

All in all, I would definitely recommend this, if you can live with the Home and End problem (or find a workaround, which I'm looking into right now).
  Justin  19/12/2016
The keys are terribly shaky on arival, and it gets progressively worse the more you use it. It does random double or quadruple registers of buttonclicks and sometimes doesn't register at all. The spacebar is the worst in this regard.

The only positive side with this keyboard is that it's really quiet (as it's on the shelf right now, being part of my most wasted money ever.)

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