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UK Matias Wireless Mini Secure Pro Keyboard for PC



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Secure wireless. (128-bit AES encryption)
The Secure Pro connects wirelessly to your computer via an AES encrypted USB nano receiver - the strongest level of encryption available in a keyboard. Even with a supercomputer, it's been estimated to take a billion-billion years to crack.

£156.00 £78.00 (£65.00 ex VAT) 

UK Matias Wireless Mini Secure Pro Keyboard for PC - FK303QPCW-UK

Whether you're typing a password or entering bank information, encryption is essential for anyone using a wireless keyboard, and the Secure Pro takes care of it all for you, automatically.

It feels amazing.
Mechanical keyboards offer the best typing experience, and the Secure Pro is among the best of the best.
Built from our Quiet Click mechanical keyswitches, they deliver a feel that's unmatched for comfort - without sacrificing the tactile feedback you need to type really fast.

It’s mechanical - but it's quiet.
Mechanical keyboards feel better and let you type faster, but they’re noisy — too noisy to use in most offices, or around other people. This one is different. It's quiet...

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 Secure Pro bucks this trend. It has traditional sculpted keytops, curved to fit your fingertips, and keep you from sliding out of home position.

Really long battery life.
No expense was spared to make this the best wireless keyboard possible. That includes putting a much bigger battery in it than we had to - 1,600 mAh. That's big enough to last 6 months to a year, on a single charge under normal use.

High polling rate - 200 Hz.
Wireless keyboards with small batteries often have lower polling rates, to save power and extend battery life. This can result in a noticeable lag between when you've hit a key and when it registers.
The extra-large battery in the Secure Pro allowed us to eliminate this problem completely. There is no perceptible lag.

Anti-Ghosting Circuitry.
Most wireless keyboards suffer from "ghosting" — certain key combinations don't work, or generate extra characters that you didn't type - especially if you’re fast.
The Secure Pro has special circuitry to eliminate this problem.

Audio & media controls.
By holding down the Fn key, you gain access to intuitively positioned controls for Volume, Play / Pause, Next Track, and Previous Track.

Compact for comfort & travel.
There are several benefits that come with a compact, wireless keyboard...

  • More free space on your desk, and no wires to clutter it.
  • Using your mouse is more comfortable - because you don't have to reach as far.
  • Easy to pack for trips.
    It's narrow enough to fit in your laptop bag, making it easy to take with you.

Hotel room ergonomics.
If you're working from a less-than-ergonomic hotel desk, you can type with the keyboard in your lap, for extra comfort.
Add a portable stand for your laptop, and you have a great ergonomic solution for work on the road.

USB Charging Ports.
The USB ports on the Secure Pro let you do two things...

  1. Charge the keyboard.
  2. Charge up to 2 other devices, while you're charging the keyboard.
To charge only the keyboard, a USB port on your computer provides sufficient power (500mA or 2.5W). It takes up to 5 hours for a complete charge.
For charging multiple devices, you need more power. Apple's 5W USB Power Adaptor gives you enough power to charge one extra device. Apple's 12W USB Power Adaptor or a generic iPad charger provide more than enough power to charge 2 extra devices through the keyboard.
Note: The USB ports are for charging only. Plugging a flash drive or mouse into them will have no effect.

Designed for PCs but also works with Macs.
We designed it for PCs, but you can use it on a Mac. Simply plug in the USB nano receiver, and then configure the Alt & Win keys to be Option & Command, just like a standard Mac keyboard.

UK Matias Wireless Mini Secure Pro Keyboard for PC - FK303QPCW-UK

Part Number
Wireless (USB)
Cable length
2 Metre charging
Language Layout
United Kingdom
Number of keys/buttons
Switch Type
Matias Quiet Click
337 mm
165 mm
35 mm
980 g
PC and Mac (Mac's may experience limited functionality)
Gross Weight
1.5 kg

UK Matias Wireless Mini Secure Pro Keyboard for PC - FK303QPCW-UK

  Norman  15/04/2023
Took advantage of the special offer that the Keyboard Co was doing on this keyboard and I'm glad I did. It's got a nice weight to it and decent travel on the keys. The battery is supposed to last about 6 months between charging but haven't owned it long enough to comment on that. Overall very pleased with the product, just remember if you are looking to buy one, it is for typing primarily and not gaming, so don't expect all the gaming bells and whistles.
  Anonymous  12/04/2022
I've been eyeing this keyboard for a while, but its price tag plus some reports about QC issues with the switches in the past had prevented me from actually buying it. Luckily, I got it on offer much, much cheaper and that's made it worth a try, particularly given the excellent warranty of one year that KeyboardCo offers.

I love the aesthetics of this thing - it's not flashy in any way, but it's distinctively different and retro, like a very thin and portable typewriter. I really like the layout and that its compact but has all necessary keys for text editing + the F-row. I only had to get used to the Del button's position, and occasionally still hit PgDn after a week of use.

The key selling point for me is the nanoreceiver and that I don't have to worry about a jittery Bluetooth connection, pairing, and the like. Obviously, you have to be careful not to lose the dongle, so I'd question how suitable this keyboard is for regular travel between offices etc. The polling rate is excellent, noticeably better than the 'convertible' Filco I own. It really feels like a wired keyboard, just, well, wireless. Can confirm it works fine in Linux and Windows alike.

The less flattering things... the glossy plastic body picks up scratches too easily; wiping the thing with a microfibre can cause hairline scratches, which is odd given that the body is made of really hard plastic, apparently. On the other hand, you'd have to really obssess over this issue for it to really be an issue, but to each their own.

I am baffled by the decision for USB ports to be only usable as charging ports - that's more a gimmick than a feature for me. Also not entirely onboard with the built-in battery - I'd rather use rechargable batteries that I can swap out myself, and only time will tell how long the battery will last, and what, if any, replacement will be about. At least you can charge the keyboard and use it at the same time, and there's a white onoff switch to turn it off.

The keycap legends are lasered and infilled from what I can see, which isn't ideal as the paint will pick up dirt in no time, but for the discounted price, I'm willing to overlook this.

The switches, well, they are very different from the regular Blues and Browns from Cherry, much more tactile and a bit harder to press, with the tactility right at the top of the stroke. It sure takes some getting used to, particularly if you are a light typer. After a week of use however, I've come to enjoy the switches. Even if they are 'quiet', they still make a decent amount of noise, but less so than a Cherry Brown; what I don't like is that they are not as crisp somehow, but that's the nature of a dampened switch, I guess. Still, the tactility more than makes up for this, and again, for the massive discount I got the keyboard on, I can't complain.

Overall, I'm pretty chuffed to finally have this on my desk. It's a great little gadget, easy to pick up and take to the office (just mind that dongle, which you can tuck into one of the USB ports for safe-keeping), fairly quiet for a mechanical, and offers a very different switch feel to Cherry. I will give it a good workout for a few months to see if any switch problems would surface, but am keeping fingers crossed that I'd be lucky in that department and this Mini will serve me well for a while.

Thanks to the team at KeyboardCo for the prompt service, as usual.
  Aleksey M  23/12/2021
As a response to the other review I would like to say that in my case the keyboard has worked with Linux OS just fine. At the moment my experience is limited to one dense typing session for about half an hour, and withing this period the keyboard worked flawlessly. At the speed about 80WPM it did not drop a single character. Pretty happy with my purchase.
  Timov  20/02/2018
Keyboard layout is little different than ones I have used previously, but I soon got used to missing home, end and ins -keys. Wireless range is good and battery seems to last for ages, even when in heavy use.

Althought switches feel superb and they are quiet enough for serious office drumming, there is some issues with this model: It seems that sometimes (perhaps 150 of times) there appears double keystrike when typing. It's not very harmfull when typing short messages, but it seriously slows you down when typing longer texts. There is nothing visibly wrong with switches, and they are very clean, so I have to assume problem is related to firmware.
  Adam G  13/04/2017
I bought this keyboard when it was on offer on this site; full price, I am not sure I would have picked it, as you can get a larger wired keyboard for the same cost.

Although I wasn't specifically looking for a wireless keyboard, I would say that this one isn't great in that respect, as the large battery means it is quite heavy. I wouldn't therefore be inclined to carry it around a lot or rest it in my lap as one might typically want to do with a wireless keyboard.

I fully charged the battery when I first got the keyboard and found that it had run flat after a few weeks -- however, this might have been because I have left it switched on 247 or because it wasn't fully charged after all. It hasn't run down since the second charge so I can't verify this further at present.

I find that the hinged feet at the top of the keyboard are hard to get at a balanced extension and are also not very grippy, so the keyboard tends to slide around a lot.

The reduced layout has taken some getting used to. A particular annoyance is that it is very easy to invoke 'page down' when 'end' is required due to the key combination and hand position required to press the 'end' 'key'. I also miss having a caps lock light.

In summary, this is a good quality keyboard (except for perhaps the feet) and lives up to the product description, but I would not recommend it unless you specifically want a compact, wireless keyboard -- you can get more for your money elsewhere if you don't mind wired.
  davec  16/06/2016
I am very happy with the Matias Wireless Mini Secure Pro: the mechanical switches require a longer travel than the Cherry switches I am used to, but the postive feedback does help me to type more accurately. The keyboard is really very quiet for a mechnical keyboard, too.

I charged the keyboard fully when I first bought it, and I still have not had to recharge it and I've been using the keyboard for hours per day for the last two weeks: I will look forward to finding out how long before it needs a another charge.

I frequently carry the keyboard in a rucksack as I work at multiple sites, and for that reason I would have liked the keyboard to be slightly lighter even if that did dictate a shorter battery life. That's a personal preference though, and some people would prefer the weight which does also add to the quality of the feel. The build quality seems high.

The small size of the keyboard has required some layout changes but they are the right ones. I use arrow keys and function keys a lot, and the layout alows these to be used easily.

Make sure to look after the dongle though: I left mine at work in a Dynadock and fortunately a co-worker saved it for me. I might paint mine bright green to prompt me to collect it at the end of the day.

It is a true relief to be using this keyboard in place of the keyboards that are available with PCs at most workplaces.

My overall verdict: highly recommended.

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