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Description
  • UP TO 50% QUANTITY DISCOUNT!
  • Sold in packs of 10
  • Actuation Force: 35g +/- 5g
  • Linear
  • Contact Mechanism: Metal Leaf
  • Keycap Mount: Alps Mount
  • Switch Mount: Plate Mount
  • Life Span: 50,000,000 actuations
The Matias Quiet Linear Switches are quieter than other mechanical keyboards, and
have a sound level similar to a regular non-mechanical keyboard.

Most linear switches follow a simple coil spring design. This puts them at the mercy of Hooke's Law � the farther down you press, the more the resistance force increases, until it becomes quite heavy (in relative terms).

With the Matias Quiet Linear switch, we've added a special internal leaf spring, that offsets the detrimental effects of Hooke's Law. It adds a little extra resistance at the beginning (when Hooke's Law's impact is small) that gradually decreases as the coiled spring's resistance increases.

This gives you a smoother, more stable, linear feel than any other linear switch.

If you're a court stenographer, or a late night gamer, or anyone else for whom noise is not an option, Matias Quiet Linear switches are no louder than the generic keyboards that most computers come with, and quieter than many of them.
Characteristics
Actuation Force 35
Bottom Housing Color Clear
Bottom Housing Material Polycarbonate
Capacitive No
Clicky No
Feel Linear
Full Travel 3.5
LED Support Not
Linear Yes
Mount Type Plate
Operations 50
Silent No
Stem Color Red
Stem Type ALPS
Tactile No
Top Housing Color Clear
Top Housing Material Polycarbonate
Description
  • UP TO 50% QUANTITY DISCOUNT!
  • Sold in packs of 10
  • Actuation Force: 35g +/- 5g
  • Linear
  • Contact Mechanism: Metal Leaf
  • Keycap Mount: Alps Mount
  • Switch Mount: Plate Mount
  • Life Span: 50,000,000 actuations
The Matias Quiet Linear Switches are quieter than other mechanical keyboards, and
have a sound level similar to a regular non-mechanical keyboard.

Most linear switches follow a simple coil spring design. This puts them at the mercy of Hooke's Law � the farther down you press, the more the resistance force increases, until it becomes quite heavy (in relative terms).

With the Matias Quiet Linear switch, we've added a special internal leaf spring, that offsets the detrimental effects of Hooke's Law. It adds a little extra resistance at the beginning (when Hooke's Law's impact is small) that gradually decreases as the coiled spring's resistance increases.

This gives you a smoother, more stable, linear feel than any other linear switch.

If you're a court stenographer, or a late night gamer, or anyone else for whom noise is not an option, Matias Quiet Linear switches are no louder than the generic keyboards that most computers come with, and quieter than many of them.
Characteristics
Actuation Force 35
Bottom Housing Color Clear
Bottom Housing Material Polycarbonate
Capacitive No
Clicky No
Feel Linear
Full Travel 3.5
LED Support Not
Linear Yes
Mount Type Plate
Operations 50
Silent No
Stem Color Red
Stem Type ALPS
Tactile No
Top Housing Color Clear
Top Housing Material Polycarbonate
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Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches

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Anonymous
Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches Review

I recommend it to anyone.

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Anonymous
Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches Review

These are my favorite key switches still in production. They have just the perfect feel for gaming, and they're smooth enough that typing feels like you're typing on air. The thunk is also super satisfying but not too loud.

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Anonymous
Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches Review

The weirdest Switch I have ever tried. Even though it's linear or at least titled as such, the feel could be better described like a mixture of topres and mx-browns. I really like it but the shortened travel distance is a bit annoying.

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Anonymous
Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches Review

A very specialized switch that is great for gaming and touch typing. Switches are incredibly smooth and have very little key wobble.Typing on these switches can be very enjoyable if you like VERY light switches.

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Anonymous
Matias Quiet Linear Mechanical Switches Review

The best switch out there probably