Tt eSPORTS Unleashes the CHALLENGER Ultimate Keyboard

"Tt eSPORTS, the professional gaming gear brand from Thermaltake today added a new keyboard to their collection."

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Tt eSPORTS, the professional gaming gear brand from Thermaltake today added a new keyboard to their collection. Designed specifically keeping MMORPG and RTS gamers, the CHALLENGER Ultimate gaming keyboard is, according to the manufacturer, the top-notch choice for anyone who is desperately looking for an amazing gaming experience.

The CHALLENGER Ultimate is the world’s first keyboard to sport its own exclusive cooling fan. So you no longer need to worry about generating heat in the heat of gaming – your fingers and the keyboard will both remain exceptionally cool. Enjoying a game needs the creation of the right atmosphere, which might often involve darkness or subdued lighting. The CHALLENGER Ultimate comes with the Wizard 256 back light design, so you get to choose from 4 levels of illumination. This allows you to create true-to-life gaming ambience to match the mood of any game you are playing.

The keyboard has also been equipped with 14 Macro keys that can be programmed to keep you ahead of your competitors at all times. The 64KB of on-board memory is good for 5 game profiles and 70 Macro keys. Then there is the anti-ghosting feature that keeps you on top of the game and gives you the confidence to win.

For connectivity, the CHALLENGER Ultimate has two additional built-in USB ports, as well as a Mic. In and SP out for audio. The USB connector has also be gold-plated for extra sensitivity and longevity.

The only things to look forward to now are the availability and pricing of the keyboard.

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14-11-2010, 11:54:36

Probably a stupid question al tho there are NO stupid questions :P that aside,
what is the best cable to use to connect a LCD to one of my GPU's , HDMI or a RGB cable ?

14-11-2010, 12:13:07

HDMI, you'll get sound that way too.

14-11-2010, 12:15:44


HDMI, you'll get sound that way too.

O yea of course , thank you so kind sir :)

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