Sunday, March 16th 2008

BTC Launches Cheetah Gaming Keyboard and Mouse

Behavior Tech Computer Corp. is introducing the new 9051H Cheetah Professional Gaming Keyboard and Mouse kit with high-tech gaming hardware specially designed for PC gamers.

9051H Cheetah Professional Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Kit

The Cheetah Gaming Keyboard features 17 individual keys specifically for gaming input commands. The unique gaming keys are ergonomically designed and laid out on a gaming wheel for adjustable gaming positions. The keyboard features two sets of user customized commands configured in A and B memory modes, and can be setup for different games, or within the same game for different character controls.

The Cheetah Gaming Keyboard use patented multicolored backlight technology that can be enabled at the press of a hotkey. If the speed of key presses increase during intense gaming, the color of the backlight will gradually turn red. When the keyboard is left idle mode, the backlight of the keyboard will glow blue.

This Laser Gaming Mouse reigns supreme with a true 2000dpi Laser sensor, which enables movement speeds of 2 times that of a standard 800dpi optical sensor. In the meanwhile, 2000 dpi Gamer - Grade Laser Engine for enhanced tracking on a wider range of surfaces.

Gamers may now use 3 DPI Shift to speed up or slow down the pace of the mouse at their fingertips. Click to quickly shift from 800,1300 to 2000 DPI as the scroll wheel changes color -800(green) / 1300(blue) / 2000(red) dpi resolution between shifts.

It also provides two programmable gaming buttons - Virtual-Run button and Wave Action button. In game play this powerful and useful Wave Action button, fires forever with just one click, and holding Virtual-run button, let you instant 180 degree turnaround to easily defeat your opponent.

Like a Cheetah attacking its prey this gaming keyboard and mouse kit will enable you to play games with breathtaking speed and ultimate precision! Join the gaming elite using the 9051H Cheetah Professional Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Kit — your competition doesn't stand a chance!Source: BTC
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19 Comments on BTC Launches Cheetah Gaming Keyboard and Mouse

#2
EviLZeD
soo many gaming mice and keyboards now it used to be just razer and logitech but its good more competition
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#3
das müffin mann
and yet razer and logitech are still the way to go for gaming keyboards and mice
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#4
Azazel
keyboard looks crap imo,
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#5
snuif09
that loose wasd pad is awful just give me the g15 and g5 and im happy
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#6
Animalpak
I have the Zykon K2 gaming keyboard and the special dedicated buttons on the left side is awesome especially when used with first person shooter games. Is very helpfull and increase your gaming performance. This one is very cool, i really like the design is similar like mine K2
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I really like the asthetics and functionality of the keyboard and the mouse. wonder how much they cost and where they can be bought at.
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#8
qwerty_lesh
+1 WarEagleAU
i would really like to know a price on what these will costs, then compare it with the likes of razor and logitech.
Altho im not sure how the multi coloured leds come in handy if they just turn back to blue when the kb is idle..
the second set of wads keys on the circle thingy might aswell just say up, down, 2x strafe for all i care besides that it doesnt look that bad at all.
Am i the only one who hasn't heard of this brand yet?
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#9
imperialreign
by: das müffin mann
and yet razer and logitech are still the way to go for gaming keyboards and mice
don't forget Ideazon, they've still got some of the most killer keyboards on the market, too - abeit a bit over priced at times, though.


This offering just looks kinda. . . meh; defi a function over form design
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#11
qwerty_lesh
gamers would want quality over excessive functionality, if these cost too much and are flimsy and break easily then they are no good.

"— your competition doesn't stand a chance!"
BTC does seem quite gimmicky
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#12
imperialreign
by: qwerty_lesh
gamers would want quality over excessive functionality, if these cost too much and are flimsy and break easily then they are no good.

"— your competition doesn't stand a chance!"
BTC does seem quite gimmicky
yeah, and especially with slogans like that . . . but, then again, don't all "gaming companies" use similar slogans? I guess that's the difference when you already have proven products on the market, and loyal followers.
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#14
exodusprime1337
i'm more of a g15/g5 kinda guy, the g15 is versitle, the lcd screen works wonders, not just for gaming but for system info(everest persay) and the g5 mouse has excellent performance and it feels good, plus the weights actually help at times. the best part is the extra 18 keys on the left of my gen 1 g15 keyboard, works wonders when i'm trying to heal a group in world of warcraft. also good to hotkey functions that don't require me to keep my hands on the movement keys
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#15
eidairaman1
ya the Component i have has 55 Keys on it, MX510 Mouse with Uberoptions makes it more versatile than the G Mice (Extra buttons) beyond that a skilled gamer doesnt need scan rate adjustments or weight customization.
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#16
imperialreign
IDK, looking again at those pics of this new keyboard . . . to me it just looks like the keypad on the left hand side was an afterthought - sure, it's angled to fall in line with the contours of the hand, but just looks like it would be tedious to use after awhile . . .

maybe I've just been too pampered by my Merc Stealth board . . .
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#17
hacker111
[QUOTE=Like a Cheetah attacking its prey this gaming keyboard and mouse kit will enable you to play games with breathtaking speed and ultimate precision! Join the gaming elite using the 9051H Cheetah Professional Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Kit — your competition doesn't stand a chance!

Source: BTC[/quote]Are you serious? This keyboard isnt that great. Ive seen better.
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#18
ISMurphy
by: imperialreign
IDK, looking again at those pics of this new keyboard . . . to me it just looks like the keypad on the left hand side was an afterthought - sure, it's angled to fall in line with the contours of the hand, but just looks like it would be tedious to use after awhile . . .

maybe I've just been too pampered by my Merc Stealth board . . .
here here, i LOVE my merc stealth as well, they keypad was confusing and frustrating as hell at first, but now i can't play FPS games without it. add an A4Tech 750F mouse and its a heeluva gaming 2 punch combo.
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#19
ktr
What a load of fail...

Why does it needs two wasd?
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