Nearly full-size keys.
Folds in half for easy portability.
Compact folding design.
Includes number pad.
Good key feel.
Navigation keys overlay right handís home area.
Tab key on number pad.
Squishy key action.
Doesnít fully lock into open position, which is bad for lap use.
No dedicated caps lock key.
Odd layout of some keys.
By MyMac on January 11, 2011
There is very little not to like about this keyboard, however I do have a couple of quibbles. I wish there was a way to lock the keyboard in the open position. If you prefer to use the keyboard on your lap it wants to bend at the...80
By Beatweek Magazine on December 18, 2010
The Matias Folding Keyboard isn’t an iPad specific keyboard, but rather a bluetooth wireless folding keyboard suitable for travel and fully compatible with the iPad, the iPhone, and Mac computers. It comes folded in half and folds out to a full...-
By iLounge on November 03, 2010
Both as a compromise and as an overall design, the best of the bunch is Apple’s official Wireless Keyboard ($69), which was on the market predating the release of the iPad and has not as yet been changed in any way for iOS devices. Because Apple...50
By Mac|Life on June 04, 2010
Pros: Nearly full-size keys. Folds in half for easy portability.
Cons: Squishy key action. Heavy.60
By Macworld on October 20, 2008
Despite a few key-placement oddities, Matias’s Folding Keyboard is a unique portable accessory that lets you pack a full-size keyboard in a relatively small amount of space. Its keys are very good for a portable keyboard, and it provides several...70
By Geek.com on March 31, 2008
With all of these ultraportable devices coming to market, what options are available for turning them into productivity driving machines? Of course, the most logical option is to add a keyboard and mouse, but who wants to carry around an extra...-