Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac

Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac

Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac

B&H # MAFK403Q MFR # FK403Q
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Product Highlights

  • Split Keyboard with 17" Bridge Cable
  • Quiet Click Mechanical Switches
  • Navigation, Audio, and Shortcut Hotkeys
  • Laser-Etched, Sculpted Keys
  • Anti-Ghosting Circuitry
  • 3 x USB 2.0 Ports
  • Leg Supports for Tenting and Tilting
  • Removable Palm Rests Included
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Compatibility: Mac

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Matias FK403Q overview

  • 1Description

Type in customizable comfort with the Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac. A 17" bridge cable allows you to place the two sides of the keyboard in whatever position is most comfortable for you. The legs can be adjusted to tilt your keyboard at a convenient angle, and the removable palm rests support your wrists.

The Ergo Pro's key switches provide tactile feedback while still being quiet enough to use in a shared environment. Dedicated hotkeys are added for the 4 most common keyboard shortcuts - undo, cut, copy, and paste. The Function key gives you access to audio shortcuts for volume, play/pause, and next/previous track. The laser-etched keys will retain their symbols even after lengthy use, and the sculpted shape helps keep your fingers centered without slipping. Anti-Ghosting Circuitry prevents skipped and added letters, no matter how fast you type.

Three USB 2.0 ports on the Ergo Pro expand functionality, allowing you to plug in flash drives, digital cameras, a mouse, or other peripherals. No drivers are required - plug the Ergo Pro into an available USB port on your Mac, and start using it right away.

Fast, Comfortable, Quiet Typing
The Ergo Pro's key switches deliver generous amounts of tactile feedback, while providing enough resistance to support the weight of your hands. Matias Quiet Click mechanical switches are designed to be quiet enough to use in office environments without disturbing coworkers.
Navigation, Audio, and Shortcut Keys
The navigation keys on the Ergo Pro are arranged in their traditional pattern, but are laid out horizontally along the bottom row. This makes them both familiar and easy to use, while being more ergonomic. 4 dedicated hotkeys are added for common keyboard shortcuts - undo, cut, copy, and paste. And by holding down the Fn key, you gain access to shortcuts for Volume Up/Down, Mute, Pause/Play, Next Track, and Previous Track.
Laser-Etched, Anti-Ghosting Keys
The keys on the Ergo Pro are laser etched - burned into the keys with a laser - so they won't wear off and leave you searching for the symbol you need. The key tops are also 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 Ergo Pro can keep up without ghosting - no letters missing, and no additional letters that you didn't type.
Customizable Positioning
The 17" bridge cable allows you to set up the split keyboard at whatever distance is most comfortable for you. Leave your keyboard flat, or use the leg supports for 9° tenting and 4.5° negative tilt. Big and comfortable palm supports are also included, but can be removed if desired.
UPC: 833742003783
In the Box
Matias Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac
  • 2 x Palm Rests
  • Keyboard Cable
  • Bridge Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Matias FK403Q specs

    Actuation Force 60 g
    Travel Distance 0.14" / 3.5 mm
    Connection Type Wired
    System Connection USB Type-A
    USB Ports 3 x USB Type-A (USB 2.0)
    Full-Functionality OS Support Mac
    Built-In Control Device None
    Cable Length 6.5' / 2 m
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 14.5 x 6.5 x 1.4" / 368.0 x 165.0 x 35.0 mm
    Weight 3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 16.6 x 11.9 x 2.7"

    Matias FK403Q reviews

    Ergo Pro Keyboard for Mac is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Happy with the ergonimics, not happy with the keys I bought this because I heard it was an ergonomic keyboard with great feeling keys. But the keys feel kind of mushy, I often type duplicate letters, and the left shift key sticks. These keys are nothing like those on keyboards like Das Keyboard. Now, those are a pleasure to type on. I think one of the reasons the keys suck so much is that they've made an attempt at a quiet switch, but while these switches aren't very loud, they just made the typing experience worse. All that said, I love the split keyboard and the ability to tent the two halves.
    Date published: 2016-01-12
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid this keyboard I bought two of these keyboards because I thought the first one was defective. There is a design flaw with these keyboards. Some keys will duplicate letters. My first keyboard had an issue with the L key the second had an issue with the S key. Their support suggests aligning the key with a business card or trying compressed air. $200 keyboard that out of the box needs to be aligned? Neither things fixed the problem. I sent both back. Read other reviews. You will see this is a common issue which unfortunately the manufacturer seems to be ignoring.
    Date published: 2016-07-26
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not worth the price I bought this keyboard for use at work. I'm a writer/creative director, so I'm at the key board A LOT. On the positive side, I really did love the flexible positioning of my hands and wrists. The comfort factor is really high. HOWEVER, I guess I'm spoiled by years of using Apple keyboards, because I just couldn't stand the feeling of typing on the Ergo. The key action feels like you're typing on a toy keyboard -- it's the exact opposite of the crisp, clean stroke I'm used to on an Apple keyboard. I almost felt like I was typing with thick gloves on. If the key strokes had been crisp, I wouldn't have a problem in the world with the price tag, but this just isn't worth the cost. I returned it.
    Date published: 2016-06-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Get a Kiiniesis Freestyle 2 instead. I had a Kinesis Freestyle2 for 4 years. For whatever reason I convinced myself that I should have a mechanical keyboard instead. The freestyle isn't mechanical, BUT, the keys do feel very nice and really aren't bad. Anyways, I had the problem you may have heard about. The duplicate keys. For example, pressing I and I get III. Things like that. I contacted support and they were nice and gave me ways to possibly fix it. But, those fixes have just been temporary and now they're happening again. I had the Kinesis Freestyle2 for 4 years. It never gave me one problem and is nearly half the price of this keyboard. Save yourself headaches, live without "mechanical" and just get the Kinesis Freestyle2.
    Date published: 2018-07-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from solid a wonderful product, very well made, solid, key action is the nicest i've used &and heard) on any keyboard.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
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