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Nordic Matias Tactile Pro for PC


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It feels amazing.
The Tactile Pro for PC in Nordic layout, uses Matias' Click mechanical keyswitches. Praised by people who earn their living at a keyboard, they feel and sound so good, they'll bring a smile to your face and a devil-may-care attitude to your typing, offering the maximum amount of tactile and auditory feedback of any keyswitch available.

£118.80 (£99.00 ex VAT) 

Nordic Matias Tactile Pro for PC - FK302PC-ND

They click.
These switches don't just click, they click with reckless abandon. They click like they were born to click. If you learned to type on a typewriter and are comforted by that sound, these are the switches for you. If you're a gamer, think Gatling gun.

3 extra USB 2.0 ports.
Some keyboards have 2 USB ports - most have none. We're giving you three! You can plug in flash drives, digital cameras, your mouse, and more.

Laser etched keys.
All those symbols are handy, but what happens when they wear off? They won't. They're laser etched - burned into the keys with a laser - so they'll never wear off.

Sculpted keytops.
The latest trend in keyboards is to have very flat & wide keys, with little or no space between them. You see this a lot on laptops and netbooks. While they look great, they can also be a little tricky to type on. The flatness makes it very easy to slide out of home row and lose your bearings.The Tactile Pro bucks this trend. It has traditional sculpted keytops, curved to fit your fingertips, and keep you from sliding out of home position.

Audio & media controls.
Dedicated keys let you control Volume Up / Down / Mute. Plus, by holding down the Fn key you gain access to strategically located Pause / Play, Next Track, and Previous Track keys.

Tab key on the number pad.
For users who do a lot of spreadsheet work or accounting entries, we've added a Tab key to the number pad. It streamlines your data entry, and saves you time.

Ghosts busted.
Most keyboards allow only a few keys to be pressed at once, so they can't keep up with very fast typists. The result is called ghosting - letters missing from what you actually typed, or additional letters that you didn't type. The Tactile Pro has special Anti-Ghosting Circuitry to eliminate these problems. You can type as fast as you're able; the Tactile Pro will keep up.

Nordic Matias Tactile Pro for PC - FK302PC-ND

Part Number
Cable length
1.8 Metre
Language Layout
Number of keys/buttons
Switch Type
Matias Click
460 mm
165 mm
35 mm
1.3 kg
Gross Weight
1.7 kg

Nordic Matias Tactile Pro for PC - FK302PC-ND

  Anonymous  06/04/2023
  Anonymous  22/11/2017
Fantastic keyboard.
Definitely a step up from Cherry switches, at least Blue/Brown/Black/Red which are the ones I have personally owned and used.

Not quite as nice feeling as an older Clicky Alps switch, but those are getting quite hard to find nowadays.

My main complaints are the case design and ABS keycaps. If they changed to PBT caps and a redesigned case made with a matte plastic it would be an easy 5 stars from me.
  Anonymous  30/08/2016
I'm delighted with the keys - they are simply genius. My only qualm is the lack of a right Windows key.
  Anonymous  25/08/2016
Lovely switches, which remind me of my ancient Multitech keyboard from ages ago. Design could be improved by not having a casing made out of shiny plastic. Quality also leaves something to be desired, especially at this price point.

All in all, though, it's a great typing tool! Use it at the office, with higher WPMs, and less complaints from coworkers than with previous Cherry MX Blue-based keyboard.
  Anonymous  06/04/2023
  Anonymous  09/09/2017
Surprising amount key wobble. Subjective matter, but shiny thin plastic and the rounded 90s Apple design reminded me why apple now is almost a pure design company making lots of money. The thing is painful to look at. And due to these reasons feels a bit cheap. Luckily it has no backlight so you never have to look at it.

The moment you type on it is the moment you get confirmation that spending so much money on this ugly thin plastic keyboard is worth every cent.

Minor quirks, mileage may vary: lack of menu (always unused) key makes space and control key in the right longer and slightly misplaced, making typing common special characters in programming something to get used to.

Homing knobs on F J and 5 can be more distinct. I found myself groping the keys like a headless fly occasionally, but that might be my specific typing pose.

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