Dimitry Andric 09/07/2019
This keyboard is almost up to par with the original Apple wired keyboard. It looks the same design-wise, with a brushed aluminium casing, white hard plastic bottom, and white flat chiclet keys, which seem to be slightly rubberized plastic.
Also, the main typing area (from Control to Control key) is wider than on the original Apple wired keyboard, this may take some time to get used to. But note that Apple made their main typing area narrower than usual on PC keyboards, so Matias actually did the right thing here.
The keystrokes make slightly more noise than the original Apple keyboard, but they feel largely the same, though maybe they are a bit more sensitive. I sometimes manage to get doubled keystrokes, but this may be due to me still being unfamiliar with the keyboard.
The little rubber bumper feet on the bottom are fairly high, so pressing down on the keyboard at the sides can cause it to tip a little bit. I guess this will disappear by itself when the feet wear away, or when the rubber gets less supple, so it is not a big concern.
All in all, I am pretty satisfied with this keyboard. If you like the Apple-style chiclet keyboards from *before* the butterfly disaster, this should have you covered. And it saves quite a bit of desk space and mouse-arm movements due to the removed number pad.