Summary: The Mega G1 improves upon the original Meka's design with integrated media keys, audio inputs, a detachable palm rest, and a full size layout more appropriate for daily typing. For only about $10 (street) extra, it's the obvious choice between the two, save for folks specifically looking for a...
Pros: It's Mechanical:, Media Keys:, Built-In USB Hub:, Audio Jacks:, Love For the Old School:
Cons: Still Lacks Gaming Features:, Muted Keystrokes:, Beefy Bundle of Cables:
Conclusion: Any of these four options is a fine choice if you’re looking for a mechanical keyboard. But if you’re primarily interested in gaming performance and the most features for the money, the Thermaltake eSports Meka G1 certainly makes a good case for itself.
Pros: Quick-response mechanical keys, Sturdy construction, Onboard USB and audio jacks
Cons: No dedicated media keys, Key switches feel squishy versus "clicky" mechanical keyboards—
though some gamers will prefer this
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Excerpt: Quest’oggi lo staff di Xtremehardware.com vi presenta una delle prime tastiere meccaniche con switch meccanici Cherry MX Black. Stiamo parlando della Tt eSPORTS Meka G1, una delle prime tastiere del brand gaming di Thermaltake ad aver adottato gli switch meccanici Cherry MX che hanno rivoluzionato...