Gear up with Thermaltake’s Meka G1 gamere keyboard!
An avid fanatic of video games doesn’t care of how hard he can hit and strike the keyboard. The more the game gets exciting, the more you love to hit hard the keys. Unfortunately, not all keyboards are able to tolerate those hard strikes. So, instead of buying those weak keyboards choose Meka G1.
Meka G1 keyboard from Thermaltake is the perfect keyboard for hard core players. The size is the same with the regular keyboards. Apparently, it is made to last hours of gameplay without a set of programmable keys or a backlighting feature. As we can view it the traditional function keys double as multimedia buttons from F1 to F7 are press.
Also, the Fn key that replaces the Windows key between Left Ctrl control and Left Alt while the Windows key was transferred to the right bank of Ctrl and Alt keys.
Basically, Meka G1 features a 0.4-inch thick four cables. It also has two USB cables, one to connect the Meka G1 itself, the other for the hub. The keyboard has two dedicated microphone and audio plugs.
The idea behind is to avoid the inconvenience of crawling to the back of the desktop every time you connect the plugs. On the other hand, the plug of USB keyboard comes with an old PS/2 adapter. When the keyboard is solely connected to the USB plug, it will only accept six keys in maximum being pressed together, otherwise it can be enabled to recognize all thirty keys and every command that they will be given by the user.
This powerful keyboard, ultimate for gearing your gameplay is available at Thermaltake site, with a retailing price for $169.
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