Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake eSports MEKA G1
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Kong Chung "Bethel", Amazon
13 June 2014
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. (I am still eligible to claim for the warranty as it is 2 years as stated on their website) DO NOT BUY OFF THEM. It's not even poor customer service, it's NO customer service.
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. Good product but poor customer service. Edit: Emailed them 4 times now and still no response after months. Do not buy off them.
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. Firstly I spent a good amount of time researching into MX Switches.
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. This keyboard oozes quality - the build is solid and the main cable is one of the best I've seen on a keyboard.
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. 2 months after purchase one of the keys has stopped working with no physical/water damage and I am currently trying to get the issue resolved. Paying the best part of a hundred pounds for a keyboard I really didn't expect this.
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. The build quality on this is phenomenal and the clean minimalistic design gives it a professional look.
Summary: Great keyboard works like a charm but some buttons stop working after a month or so. My main enter button has gone so I have to use the side one and I've noticed other large buttons slowly become less responsive. Shame besides those faults it would be a 5/5 and be the best keyboard I've come across.
Summary: Just arrived today and I've been typing away on it for an hour or so and I can report this is incredibly comfortable to type on, the keys can be described as nothing other than brilliant, every press is spongy and bouncy. The body of the keyboard is built like a tank and is mega heavy for a keyboard, however this is a good thing as the last thing you want is the keyboard moving around.