Matias Tactile One Keyboard for iPhone and Mac

Matias Tactile One Keyboard for iPhone and Mac

Matias Tactile One Keyboard for iPhone and Mac

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Product Highlights

  • Switch Typing Between Phone & Computer
  • Dedicated Space for Placing Smartphone
  • Mac-Friendly Function Keys
  • Sculpted Keys to Keep Fingers Centered
  • Anti-Ghosting Circuitry
  • 3 x USB 2.0 Ports
  • Compatible with Mac & Windows Computers
  • Compatible with iOS and Android Devices
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The silver and black Matias Tactile One Keyboard is a full-size keyboard that you can use to type on your phone and computer at the same time. A convenient button on the keyboard allows you to seamlessly switch back and forth between your computer and a second, Bluetooth-enabled device. There's a dedicated space right on the keyboard for placing your smartphone, but you can also use the Tactile One Keyboard with an iPad, iPod touch, BlackBerry Playbook, or other Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet running Android 3.0+ OS.

The Tactile One's sculpted keys are shaped to keep your fingers centered without slipping. The keyboard is designed for use with Macs and has all the same function keys as a traditional Apple keyboard, but can also be used with Windows computers when the Option & Command keys are configured to Alt & Win. Anti-Ghosting Circuitry prevents skipped and added letters, no matter how fast you type.

The keyboard connects to your computer via a USB cable, and another three USB 2.0 ports are available right on the keyboard for connecting a mouse, camera, flash drive, or other USB devices. No batteries are required - the cable that connects the keyboard to your computer also powers the wireless connection to your phone or tablet.

Ergonomic Function Key
Since the place on the keyboard where the Page Up, Page Down, Home, and End keys are usually located was cleared to make room for placing your phone, a special Function key was put in to allow you to access these commands. The Fn key is immediately to the left of the arrow keys - hold it down with your thumb, and press the arrow keys with your other fingers. To make it even more comfortable, the slope of the Fn key is reversed to match the angle of your thumb.
Shortcuts & Apple Keys
Just like an Apple keyboard, the Tactile One's function keys let you control screen brightness, volume, iTunes, and more. And the Fn key lets you momentarily change the function keys back to their traditional duties when you need them. Some handy symbols, such as €, £, and , are printed right on the keys - hold down the Option key for the bottom-right characters, or Shift-Option for top-right characters.
Sculpted, Anti-Ghosting Keys
The keys on the Tactile One are sculpted to fit the curve of your fingertips, to keep your fingers from sliding out of home position. And thanks to Anti-Ghosting Circuitry, no matter how fast you type, the Tactile One can keep up without ghosting - no letters missing, and no additional letters that you didn't type.
UPC: 833742003295
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Matias Tactile One Keyboard for iPhone and Mac
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Number of Keys Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Switch Type Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Key Rollover Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Multimedia Keys Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dedicated Macro Keys Not Specified by Manufacturer
    USB Ports 3 x USB Type-A (USB 2.0)
    Audio Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Full-Functionality OS Support Mac, Windows
    Onboard Memory Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Built-In Control Device None
    Wrist Rest Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Cable Length 5.9' / 1.8 m
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 18.1 x 6.5 x 1.4" / 460.0 x 165.0 x 35.0 mm
    Weight 2.8 lb / 1.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.8 x 8.3 x 2.0"
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