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This mechanical keyboard is a great, cheap option for Mac users
With Apple's relentless quest for thinness resulting in products like the MacBook featuring keyboards that I personally find to cause actual physical discomfort, I wouldn't be surprised to see more and more Mac users exploring the Windows-dominated world of mechanical keyboards in search of a more satisfying typing experience. The new wireless Magic Keyboard is pretty good considering its ultra-shallow construction, but why not go all the way?One problem: Mac users are probably more likely than most to value neat, minimalist desk setups, but many new mechanical keyboards are gamer-focused design disasters with gaudy LCDs and industrial design that's more Battlestar Galactica than Silicon Valley.For some reason, almost no-one makes mechanical keyboards that match the Mac aesthetic. The new Moda Pro from Nixeus, however, is a great entry-level option for anyone curious about entering the world of clicky keys in style. It's a full-sized keyboard with white keycaps and a solid aluminium and steel body, coming off as an oversized take on Apple's current Magic Keyboard — or a more solid version of what Apple shipped with iMacs about a decade ago. As with a few other recent keyboards, the design is essentially frameless
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