Summary: Looks like their CHP001US keyboard may address most of the above... except the editing of macros, but I'm not buying another keyboard... for a little more than I paid for this one. IT has dedicated programmable keys and appears to have all the normal keys.
Pros: Well, once I figured out how to program them, I am able to save a few key sequences (how often do you use the scroll lock and pause/break key?) And if I really need them I can deactivate the profile.
Cons: Nothing in the info I read or pictures indicated that the programmable keys replace existing keys. There are 6 programmable keys, and the pictures showed 6 dots across the top (3 on each side). Since it didn't say that you could only program existing keys, I figured those dots were the "T" keys. ...
Summary: Not worth the price I paid for it. Buy something else.
Pros: Fan on keyboard to cool palm and finger. Very weak fan, but you feel it.
Cons: Cheap, and flimsy. The plastic material is very thing and looks aesthetically unpleasing to the eyes. The keyboard buttons are very soft to press so when gaming you may accidently press a button. Not to mention that it also ghosts after a few keys. This is not close to a real gaming keyboard besi...
Cons: the fan could' ve been better and the pulsating light needs an off switch also when my comp goes into sleep mode the keyboard dose not come back on with it other then that its a good cheap keyboard i gave it for stars because i do like it just wish the quality would at least be up to par with mod...
Summary: I think a lot of people, including myself, are just wasting money on a lot of the supposedly pro equipment, even some of Thermaltake high-end stuff. Both this keyboard and the Thermaltake Azureus mouse can keep up easily with my Razer peripherals at half the price.
Pros: Inexpensive, well-built, solid feel of the keys, fan palm-cooler :). After trying out some gaming keyboards, mostly for Logitech, Razer and Microsoft, I have to say I'm quite impressed by this keyboard. Would definitely buy again.
Cons: The only thing I can complain about is that the icons for the on-screen display are plain ugly. Other than that I haven't experienced the stability issues others are having. Running Windows 7 with Intel Core i3 2120 here. Oh and it's not a mechanical keyboard for those people that like that.
Summary: Tt esports sponsers Team Prime and White-Ra. I will continue to buy Thermaltake and Tt-esports as long as they continue to support Starcraft 2 esports. MKP Hwaiting!
Pros: -Nice keyboard, good response time -Fan is actually a really nice addition, as it helps my sweaty hands
Cons: None? I don't really know that much about keyboards, to be honest. It's a well put together piece. It looks cool. I'd like if it would support a second fan, but even one fan plus a usb output is more than I could ask for in a keyboard