Plenty of devices -- routers and digital cameras, for example -- adopt retro styling that's mostly cosmetic. But for boutique keyboard maker Matias, there's a retro feature that deserves to live on: the mechanical keyswitch.
Too many keyboards today have keys that are cheap, spongy, and short-lived. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Matias announced its latest model, the $200 Matias Ergo Pro, that brings the company's more robust design to those who want a split keyboard for ergonomics reasons.
The Ergo isn't cheap, but company founder Edgar Matias thinks it's worth the … Read more