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There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.
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There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Matias Quiet Pro review: a mechanical keyboard with less clickety-clack

A great mechanical keyboard for those in search of a quieter option, although the trade-offs in tactility for quietness may not satisfy purists.

Pros
  • Very quiet for a mechanical keyboardSurprisingly good tactile feedbackPC- and Mac-specific versions available
Cons
  • Quietness does come with some trade-offs in tactility
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8.4
Average Critic Score

Ergonomics / comfort

8.0
 

Design and form factor

7.0
 

Noise

9.3
 

Tactility / button-feel

7.3
 

How It Stacks Up

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82
 

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93
 

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80
 

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80
 
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60
 

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90
 
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85
 

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82
 

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93
 

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80
 

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80
 
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