for the price this is a good key board for a fair weather gamer
26 May 2012
Summary: This is a decent gaming keyboard it has a nice usb cable that is sufficiently long and braided the fan works well but I have not been able to get the software to work in windows 7 so I can not use the macros and don't get confused like me you have to get the pro version of this keyboard if you want back lighting.
Summary: Bought this keyboard a month ago as upgrade for my basic laptop keyboard. The cons include a broken LED on the logo light. but for the money it's a good keyboard. Its got a fan what more do you want.
Summary: I was very pleased with this keyboard and had a great 2 days playing a selection of games such as fallout, Gotham city imposers and skyrim. Sadly though I found out on the third day my PC wasn't picking up the keyboard, no matter what I did I couldn't do anything with it so, after testing it with my parents laptop to no avail, decided to return the item. I had a full refund for the keyboard but sadly I was left out of pocket as I had to pay for the postage.
Summary: Well sized keyboard with responsive keys, well positioned for gaming, the fan is novelty value but also could come in handy for those with sweaty hands, easily detached from the rear of the keyboard with a slight turn and click in/out also on the opposite side we have the usb port, replacement of Function and windows keys with dud keys was a perfect solution, Good Job Tt.
Summary: cheap keyboard but it looks nice some one complained about its to light but i mean unless your hands weigh a stone each i dont see how you can move it typing looks good and the fan keeps my hand ice cold
Summary: The product overall works, the fan works the keys work, however the strength of the fan is more or less none, it does not blow the necessary amount of air to keep the hard dry, although with that being said, the board it self works fine, the keys are easy and for an gamer like my self who only spends 2/3 hours a day on it is more than enough.
Very cheap feel, functional but NOT a gamers keyboard.
23 May 2012
Summary: Replacing a keyboard for a gamer is never easy, especially on a budget. But as a gamer, I'd recommend avoiding this product. It isn't that it isn't functional - it does what a keyboard does, after all. There are shortcuts you can program in (albeit limited). That said, there are cheaper keyboards that can do this. A gaming keyboard needs some weight, meat and a sense of quality and consistancy - for which the TT ESports Challenger has none of.