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i was already to go on a rant saying how is this board any different from a poker3. ..until i looked again at does Matias switches..alas i don't have the best of luck with Matias switches..the only chance i had to try them was on a "Matias Ergo Pro" for a week.. and they felt awful to me.. But he that's just me..this board does look sexy the only question i would have is "is it programmable" my number one rule with 60% or less board is fully 100% programmable and compatibility with opensource firmware like QMK... so i'm not talking layering like the poker3 does..
a little necro, but - was that board new when you tried it? the alps design of switch starts feeling bad very quickly if they get any dirt inside them, and it's very easy for them to get dirt in depending on the keyboard's environment. they have quite a lot of components, but aren't anything other than fiddly to disassemble and clean to restore their feel. my matias tactile pro board felt great when i was using it daily, and after it had sat around for a month it felt terrible. i found a vintage alps board in a garage as well, and that felt really weird.