The Challenger Keyboard Pro from Thermaltake does have a lot of features that appeal to the gamer, from modularity for easy transport to customizable and quick media keys. A built-in USB hub is always welcome, and routing coves for cable slack help to fight that tangled mess both at home and in public. The software provides all the basics, but to me lacked some of the more advanced features that allow enthusiasts to really customize their equipment, and the software thus far takes the longest to load that I've seen. While I'm back to using a keyboard without a fan to cool my fingers, I do miss the conversations it started.
- Category: Input Devices
Arxon wrote: picture of it glowing in a dark room would have been nice.
Yes usually photos without flash don't do the product justice, and flash of course defeats the purpose. I'll try to snap one for you though, it does have a nice underglow to it.
Wingless92 wrote: Nice write up Adam.
Just wondering though, with the G15 pretty much king of keyboards why would anyone use anything else?
Thanks! It can be somewhat difficult since keyboards especially are typically very similar in nature. Brand preference comes in to play I'm sure, and the mechanics of the keys are a big thing as well.