Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS MEKA G-Unit
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Value for money 7
Thermaltake MEKA G-Unit Gaming Keyboard
7 March 2012
Conclusion: The layout of the MEKA G-Unit is just different enough from a standard keyboard that my error rate went up slightly, especially on capitalization (long caps lock) and question marks (short right-shift). I also found due to the mechanical switch type (Cherry MX Black)that I had a higher rate of missed letters. These are things that can improve with time, but may provide difficulty switching between home and work.
Pros: Superior Construction, Modest Backlighting, 12 Dedicated Macro Keys, One Button Disables Windows Key, Quick Response Time, Dedicated Multimedia Keys, Cherry MX Black Switches, Launch Any EXE File with Macro Key, USB and Audio Ports
Cons: Somewhat Limited Software, Slightly Adjusted Key Layout, Bright LEDs on Caps, Scroll and Num Locks, Not Cherry MX Blue Switches
Excerpt: I reviewed the MEKA from Tt eSPORTS not that long ago and while it was a good keyboard, I was just not impressed enough with it. When I heard I'd be getting the new Tt eSPORTS MEKA G Unit keyboard, I held my presumptions back and let the keyboard do the talking for me. The performance was perfect, I tried out Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Team Fortress 2 for some quick FPS action and I had no issues with performance. Perfection.