Summary: It works for what a keyboard does, has fairly responsive key presses, the fan is barely noticable, the micro usb connection into the keyboard is flimsy and sometimes causes the keyboard to lose power if it wiggled, consequently if you plug it in and it doesn't turn on wiggle the cord a bit. I wouldn't buy another one, but it is not a bad keyboard in spite of a few flaws.
Summary: looks great, backlight is cool, little fan is nice but iv never wanted colder
hand while using my comp normally id like them warmer.
the big red TT at the bottem bugs me when i try to watch movies so i have to
put something over it and it doesn't turn off with the back light.
Summary: I had to continually remove and re-insert the usb cable into my pc because the keyboard stopped working. Replaced and updated drivers with no improvement to the functionality. Eventually replaced the keyboard with another product.
Summary: I bought this last year, mainly because my old keyboard was wearing out and cable started to go faulty, however had more problems with this than my old £20 keyboard. Overall this keyboard is nice, but with various problems, probably just mine being faulty, but I couldn't muster up the effort to return it for a refund.
Summary: This keybaord does things fine but there is nothing really special about it. Not worth dropping 70$ on as the fan is an obvious gimmick and the connection (mini usb from back of keyboard to computer) fails all the time. The backlight is nice but other keyboards in this price range have it. All in all, I would invest in a higher quality keyboard if you are already willing to pay this much, and probably not a thermaltake.
Summary: Only thing I did not like on this keyboard was its keyboard cable , custom left angle micro/mini usb cable to usb 2, it would have been allot better if it was reversible, left and right angle and the cable comes off real easy.
Summary: Good keyboard. Keys are responsive and the backlight is just strong enough. Good weight so it doesnt flop around on my desk. The "patented cooling fan" works as advertised, I guess. Don't think there was ever a need for that, but hey! My fingers are cool. Now, the cons. The keys are sunk (or the keyboard front plate is too elevated). This is a big issue when going in for the multi-key press combos.