One of the more up and coming company’s in the gaming keyboard market for me has been Thermaltake. They have introduced a wide variety of keyboards over the past few years including their Poseidon line. We have seen well priced keyboards from the Poseidon lineup that have also included backlighting and a clean look. For a lot of gamers this is the only way to get that clean styling and backlighting without completely breaking the bank. Today I have the chance to take a look at their newest Poseidon keyboard, the Poseidon Z Forged. The Z is how TT distinguished their non-Cherry keyswitch models but now they only make the Z. The Forged in the name however is completely new, this is because this specific model has a metal plate across the top, giving the keyboard a more solid construction and adding to the styling. So let’s dig in and see what it’s all about!

Product Name: Thermaltake Poseidon Z Forged

Review Sample Provided by: Kingston

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

Specifications
Color Black
Number of macro keys 10 KEY X 5 SET
Number of game profiles 5
Graphical UI Yes
Weight 3.26 LBS
Gold plated USB Yes
Dimension 503 X 156.2 X 43 MM
Interface USB
Keyswitch TT certified mechanical blue or brown
Anti-ghosting keys Yes
Onboard memory size 64KB
Polling rate 1000 HZ
Backlight Yes, full blue backlight
Wrist rest Yes /Detachable
Onboard audio jacks Yes
Detachable cable Yes
Multimedia keys 7
Onboard USB port 2
Cable length 1.8M
USB Connection 2

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36680 29 May 2015 21:29
Before we get to the weekend we have our week ending review. Today I check out the Poseidon Z Forged from Thermaltake. With a partial metal case they have gone a different direction from what they normally do with their Poseidon keyboards. Check it out and find out what it is all about! Have a great weekend everyone!

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