Excerpt: (1 items) If you spend a lot of time working on the road—for example, in hotel rooms or at a remote office—bringing along a portable keyboard, a mouse, and a laptop stand lets you position your screen, keyboard, and mouse at proper heights, making for a more ergonomic workspace. Matias’s Folding Keyboard may work as part of your on-the-go setup, but a couple of quirks keep it from being all that it can be.
Pros: Compact folding design, Good key feel, Tab key on number pad, Navigation keys overlay right hand’s home area, Includes number pad
Cons: Odd layout of some keys, Doesn’t fully lock into open position, which is bad for lap use, No dedicated caps lock key
Excerpt: 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 keyboard? The whole purpose of these machines is that they weigh practically nothing and don’t require additional gear, right? Enter Matias’s Folding Keyboard.