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    The Matias Quiet Pro Keyboard answers the need for a real mechanical keyboard that won't drive you or your colleagues mad by a noisy clickety-click key action.

    £119 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

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    Das Keyboard is not German, but the US keyboard specialist does use German precision Cherry MX Blue switches in its Das Keyboard Model S Professional for Mac keyboard.

    £122 inc VAT

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    The Diatec Filco Majestouch 2 Camouflage is a USB keyboard with camouflage colouring.

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