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Thermaltake-kb-chp001.33386138
8.9 out of 10

Thermaltake KB-CHP001

Great Deal: $55.55

Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake KB-CHP001

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Overall 2
2.0

Save your money

Denny Z, Amazon
5 July 2013
  • Summary: I read the reviews on this keyboard and thought I would give it try. Boy was that a mistake. Had some trouble getting the software installed then when I plugged the power cord into the back of the keyboard things got worse. When I would start using the keyboard the plug on the back of the keyboard would wiggle loose then the keyboard was useless. Sometimes I would even have to reboot the computer for it to see the keyboard.
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Overall 2
2.0

Mutton dressed as lamb - not for gamers

Hoddie, Amazon
27 October 2014
  • Summary: Not the best choice for a gaming keyboard because many key combinations cannot be used. Imagine, you're flying forward (key 'W'), and you want to also reduce your height (key 'X'). All good so far, but then what if you want to turn right at the same time (key 'D' or 'E'). Sorry, you're out of luck. For a keyboard that is clearly marketed at gamers, this came as a massive surprise.
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Overall 2
2.0

Not worth the money. Rarely works.

nathan snoodyk, Amazon
14 April 2014
  • Summary: This was going to be a treat to myself after a hard month of work but instead it was far from. The wire that connects up the keyboard to the usb keeps coming loose without fail and if it moves abit it stops working and windows gives you a warning saying usb item is not reconised so you have to unplug it fully then plug it in again and hope it works. The fan was a bonus that I did not notice it had and the first day I had it I was all giddy at the idea.
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Overall 2
2.0

conveniently broken

PCpacman, Amazon
6 November 2013
  • Summary: I had this keyboard for just over a year and now all of a sudden it has broken a few days after the warranty is over! :-/ I am not one for conspiracy theories but it's a bit too convenient for me that it should break 3 days after its out of warranty. I am using a £10 keyboard to write this review which i have had 2 years on another PC why can't companies make stuff to last anymore? its like they are hellbent on waste and making more money.
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