新しくリリースされたPC用Matias Quiet Proキーボード、バージョン5
最後に、通常メカニカルキーボードに関連するノイズのない驚くべきメカニカルキースイッチキーボードがあります。 Quiet Pro KeyboardはMatiasのQuiet-Clickメカニカルキースイッチを使用しており、2年以上前に製造されています。彼らはあなたが本当に速くタイプするのに必要な触覚的なフィードバックを犠牲にすることなく、快適さのために並ぶものがない感触を提供します。 3ポートUSB 2.0ハブ、キーボードが最速のタイピストに追いつくための特殊ゴースト防止回路、文字が磨耗しないようにレーザーエッチングされたキー、快適さとスピードのための伝統的な彫刻キートップも含まれています。このリストは、2017年に新しく追加されたバージョン5用です。バージョン5では、信頼性を高めるためのスイッチツールの改良、およびレイアウトのわずかな調整が行われています。
Most companies nowadays don't stand behind their products like this, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that Matias is an exception to this rule. I'm happily typing this review on a functional matias quiet pro keyboard and I must say, they really focused in on build quality and I will be happily recommending these keyboards to my friends and family.
Solid build quality
No stupid LED's to distract/detract from overall durability and feel.
Lights in the toggle keys are minimal [scroll lock, num lock, caps lock]
Durable support arms to extend it into a proper upright ergonomic position.
USB pass-through functionality on keyboard to add easy phone charging on desk
10/10 customer support
Intuitive alt, shift, space placement for gaming and shortcut productivity.
Possible older batch quality control, seems to be better now!
Maybe it's just me but it does feel a little narrow. I'd love to feel this keyboard with like 2 additional inches of width to space out the keys a little more [I do have big hands fyi]. As I type more on it now I am acclimating and feel it will be completely comfortable within a few weeks of use. :)
Not only is the Matias Quiet Pro much quieter than the Cherry MX Brown keyboard that I was using, it's even quieter than the Logitech K350 and K120 that I own, two regular rubber dome keyboards. Seriously. Mechanical keyboards are usually MUCH louder than rubber dome keyboards. The fact that a mechanical keyboard is quieter than my rubber dome keyboards is something that I believed to be unthinkable before I discovered Matias. Bringing my MX Brown keyboard to work would give me pause. I'd have no such concern bringing the Quiet Pro to work.
It doesn't sacrifice tactility to accomplish its quietness either. From my experience, Matias Quiet Click switches are noticeably more tactile than MX Browns and arguably more tactile than MX Blues, a very impressive feat given how quiet it is.
The Quiet Pro also has some appreciated extras such as three USB 2.0 ports, dedicated volume controls, a Tab key on the number pad for easier navigation of spreadsheets, and laser-etched ABS keycaps that ensure that the lettering won't deteriorate any time soon.
This keyboard isn't perfect though. A $150 mechanical keyboard should either have high quality PBT keycaps or LED backlighting to illuminate the keyboard in dark environments. Preferably, it would have both. This keyboard has neither. This is even more disappointing when you discover that unlike older ALPS switches, these Matias switches actually support back-lighting. My MX Brown keyboard has great LED back-lighting and it costed over $50 less than the Quiet Pro. I don't care for the glossy black finish on the keyboard either. This is easily the glossiest computer peripheral that I've ever seen, so fingerprints will always be very noticeable on the keyboard. I also wish the USB ports were USB 3.0 rather than USB 2.0. Still, these minor issues can be easily overlooked due to how refined and unique these Matias key-switches are and how high quality the overall board is.
Don't let the ubiquity of Cherry MX mechanical keyboards turn you away from worthy alternatives. The Matias Quiet Pro earns its high price tag, as you'd be hard pressed to find a mechanical keyboard that's similarly as quiet and as satisfying to type on. If you love mechanical keyboards but are turned off by the noise they make, I think you'll be very impressed with this keyboard. Just keep a cleaning cloth close by for those fingerprints.
Wish it had just a little more back lighting for the price it costs.
Wil keep updating