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Matias produces Globe's Most quiet Technical Keyboard

TORONTO, For customers who desire the experience and rate of mechanical pc key pad, but are put off by the disturbance, Matias has the remedy...

Today, they launched the Silent Pro Keyboard, an ultra-quiet edition of their award-winning Responsive Pro.

"Users really like the Responsive Pro, but it's too noisy for some perform surroundings. Other mechanical pc key pad have the same issue - too noisy to use in a distributed workplace, too noisy to use near other people. Now, we lastly have a remedy. An analog key pad that's tactile, seems awesome, and is no greater than a frequent key pad," said Edgar Matias, CEO of Matias.
With ultra-thin, smooth pc key pad now the standard, many customers find them unpleasant and unpleasant to kind on. This has led to a revival in the reputation of higher-quality mechanical pc key pad, which were very common in the beginning of the pc market. The only disadvantage is that they've always been greater to function - until now.

"We've been operating on this for over 2 years. We had to create a whole new keyswitch to do it. It was an tremendous starting. We weren't even sure if it was possible - but we handled to take it off. It seems just as good as the Responsive Pro, but it's quiet," said Matias.

Matias also programs to offer its new changes to other organizations, who wish to generate their own quiet mechanical pc key pad. More information will be launched soon.

"After doing all this perform to create these awesome new changes, we didn't experience it was reasonable that they only got used in our items. So, we're preparing to start promoting them as stand-alone elements. Other key pad organizations can buy the changes, and integrate them into their items. We even plan to offer them in small amounts (on our website) for enthusiasts who want to develop their own customized pc key pad," said Matias.

Price & Availability

The Quiet Pro is $149.95 (US) with separate PC and Mac specific versions. The US models are available now from and authorized resellers.

UK, German, and Nordic (Sweden, Finland, Norway) models will be released in January and are available for pre-order from The Keyboard Company.

In Japan, the Quiet Pro for Mac will be available from Diatec (Filco).

About Matias

Co-founded by an inventor and an accountant, Matias is a leading keyboard manufacturer, especially popular in the Mac market.

Quiet Pro, Tactile Pro, Matias, and the Matias logo are trademarks of Matias Corporation. Apple, Mac, and Apple Extended Keyboard II are trademarks of Apple, Inc. The owners of other trademarks are respectfully acknowledged.

Matias Quiet Pro keyboard PHOTO

SOURCE : Matias

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