The Matias FK418BTLB Backlit Wireless Aluminum Keyboard Space Gray fits itself with a recognizable design, straight from Apple\u2019s handbook. Fitted with Bluetooth connectivity and a rechargeable battery, the Matias FK418BTLB could be the best backlit keyboard for users comfortable with Apple products, and need a single keyboard for multiple devices.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Matias FK418BTLB Review\r\nFitted with a rechargeable battery and familiar and appealing design, this keyboard has the uncanny ability to connect to multiple devices, quickly switching from one to another with the press of a button.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Matias FK418BTLB might look like an Apple Magic Keyboard but, unfortunately, it does not perform like one. But let\u2019s start with the positive: battery life. Matias did the right thing by giving it a battery life that lasts up to a year. And it\u2019s rechargeable! Furthermore, backlighting gets its own dedicated backlight battery so it doesn\u2019t drain the main battery (lasts two weeks).\r\n\r\nOther than that, the Matias FK418BTLB didn\u2019t feel good to use. The keys felt weak, flimsy, and a few broke off from regular use. If you were hoping to game on this, you\u2019re better off picking up a Redragon S101 Keyboard.\r\nDesign\r\nMoving onto design, the Matias Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard does have a few smart design choices. In the top-right corner are four unique keys, each stamped with a Wi-Fi symbol and numbered 1 to 4. Each of the four keys can save Bluetooth devices you\u2019ve connected to. Should you want to switch over from one computer to another, you can pick a different profile and it will connect automatically. This is a full size keyboard, complete with function keys, backlight key, and a numeric keypad, just like the KLIM Chroma Wireless Keyboard. It has a port for plugging in a microUSB charging cable.\r\nValue\r\nThe Matias Backlit Wireless Aluminum Keyboard Space Gray, to be frank, is cheap in every way. It simply isn\u2019t worth the $139 price tag. It tries so hard to be an Apple Magic Keyboard that it forgets the Apple Magic Keyboard actually performs well. In fact, if you want an Apple Magic Keyboard\u2014get one. It\u2019s actually cheaper, has a far better built quality, and actually works as intended. It might not have the ability to save Bluetooth connections to four different devices, but that\u2019s a non-issue. The Arteck 2.4G Wireless Keyboard is a good alternative for the same overall design.\r\nMatias FK418BTLB Review Wrap Up\r\nThe Matias FK418BTLB, with its near identical design to the Apple Magic Keyboard, doesn\u2019t live up to its inspiration. Keys are flimsy and easily pop off; it\u2019s one year dedicated battery is solid but Bluetooth is average at best. Switching between saved devices is neat and the aluminum casing is tough\u2014but that\u2019s all it has going for it.