Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake eSports MEKA G1
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Robert S., Newegg
19 April 2013
Summary: I received this product to do a community review. I will be using this in place of my current keyboard. I cannot see how I got along without a decent mechanical keyboard. I would recommend this to friends looking for a new keyboard. The wire for the keyboard is a little short of 5' long.
Pros: The keys are responsive to anything from a light touch to furious typing. The keys are sized well, and make fat-fingering anything all but impossible. I haven't had half the spelling errors that I do with my laptop. The USB hub, and headphone/microphone jacks, move the front inputs of your PC rig...
Cons: The keyboard is difficult to clean inside. Modifying it so that a faceplate could be removed for cleaning would be appreciated. The jacks are not labelled. Two USB connectors, and two audio jacks connect the keyboard to the computer. Knowing which USB belongs to the hub and which audio jack is wh...
Summary: I purchased this keyboard at the end of 2012, after a year, it has developed a fault and 1 of the keys don't work anymore. I tried to contact Thermaltake for over 2 months now and they have not sent ONE response.
Summary: Overall, the product is good, it feels good and has lasted me for a while. However, it has been a year and a half since i bought this product and now the 1 on the numpad has naturally broken. I have e-mailed the company twice and they have yet to respond which is very disappointing over a week.
Summary: So, after having a standard cheap keyboard for the last 10 years I decided to treat myself after having a major computer upgrade. I’ve always thought a gaming mouse was a MUST if you played games but I never realised the advantages to a mechanical keyboard.
Summary: Very nice, works great initially with one hangup - as mentioned the audio jacks are problematic, very noisy, likely due to improper cable shielding or termination. The keyboard & built in hub work great. Would buy again.
Summary: As a touch-typist I find this to be an excellent keyboard. It has a lovely feel and a perfect balance between resistance and response to touch. I know it's designed for games also but I don't need that functionality.
Summary: Over all it is an great feeling keyboard very sturdy however there are issues with the headphone extension, it seems that the cable is unshielded or something which creates interference with my speakers.
Summary: I don't know if I have jinxed hands but this is my second mechanical keyboard this month that has had a key go bad in a very short space of time. Despite taking the utmost care of it. I've had regular keyboards that i've bashed around for years and work perfectly after 10+ years, so I expect better.