Thursday, August 12th 2010

Thermaltake eSports Announces New Meka G1 Gaming Keyboard

Tt eSPORTS, a leading professional gaming gear company, today announces our brand new “MEKA” series of mechanical keyboard at Gamescom in Cologne Germany, the largest gaming event and calendar highlight for interactive games and entertainment.

Tt eSPORTS offers a complete gaming solution. Now with the new MEKA G1 mechanical keyboard, guarantee a 1000HZ polling rate and faster response time on the keyboard which will give gamers supreme experiences to destroy and attack enemies on every terrain.
Features of MEKA G1:
  • Polling Rate: 1000HZ
  • Solid with heavy duty performance mechanical keyboard Specification
  • Full speed USB design; never lag for input signals
  • Anti -ghost key design ; PS2 adapter included for N key rollover function
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36 Comments on Thermaltake eSports Announces New Meka G1 Gaming Keyboard

#1
pantherx12
Or create keyboard shortcuts.
I don't know about you but I don't listen to my own music whilst gaming so the only time to switch songs is when I'm within the main OS.

Loads of spare combos o'keys!
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Mussels
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BumbleBee said:
you can make your own media keys with freeware like SharpKeys or AutoHotKey with any keyboard. AutoHotKey has a complex scripting language, you can create more sophisticated macros than what Logitech and Razer drivers allow you to do. there is a learning curve but pre-made scripts are available. anybody who took basic programming in high school shouldn't have a problem.
programming in high school? heh, not around these parts...
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#3
Mussels
Moderprator
Wile E said:
Buy a remote for media. Use the keyboard for typing.

I wish I could afford a Deck, personally.
i like pause/play/next etc for music while gaming. remote is silly for that. also, volume.
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#4
BumbleBee
Deck has a 30 day return policy no questions asked. the Deck warranty is 1 year it used to be 10 years. they will also service your Deck if your warranty is expired for a fee.

here is a unboxing video of the Deck Legend 105 Ice Tactile. even the packaging is a tank!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTtO4da-r1o
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#5
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
I loved my old mechanical keyboard way back... it came with my 286 pc.. loved it so much that after I upgraded to a celeron using a ps/2 (which was bundled by a mushy keyboard), I bought that huge keyboard port to ps/2 converter. It didnt have a window key that you would accidentally press, and was overall very responsive even after years of abuse.

that 1000hz polling rate is useless for a keyboard imo.. shouldve just redirected the funds elsewhere instead of its implementation..

was thinking of replacing my current keyboard with an Xarmor U9BL
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#6
DonInKansas
Mussels said:
programming in high school? heh, not around these parts...
Exactly. Computer class in high school for me consisted of Oregon Trail and that typing speed game where you had to type the word before the racecar got to it.
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#7
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Same her Don. Even in High school, our computer classes was more for home keys and moving around and maybe OFfice, if that. I never took them cuz Im a genius like that lol
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#9
BumbleBee
Bjorn_Of_Iceland said:
I loved my old mechanical keyboard way back... it came with my 286 pc.. loved it so much that after I upgraded to a celeron using a ps/2 (which was bundled by a mushy keyboard), I bought that huge keyboard port to ps/2 converter. It didnt have a window key that you would accidentally press, and was overall very responsive even after years of abuse.

that 1000hz polling rate is useless for a keyboard imo.. shouldve just redirected the funds elsewhere instead of its implementation..

was thinking of replacing my current keyboard with an Xarmor U9BL
I had a Tandy Enhanced Keyboard and IBM Model M.



http://www.tudou.com/programs/view/ogOhm7oPgwA/

you might want to replace it with a Razer. no I am not kidding. Razer is being tight-lipped about a new product they are unveiling at Gamescom Aug. 18th but yesterday someone posted a video on tudou it looks like someone is showcasing a mechanical keyboard. this is really exciting because Razer has the power, finances and market to change it.
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#10
Wile E
Power User
Please be tactile, please be tactile, please be tactile.

Oh, and cheaper. lol.
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#11
Kenshai
Wile E said:
Please be tactile, please be tactile, please be tactile.

Oh, and cheaper. lol.

That is definitely not going to happen, will probably be Razer's most expensive keyboard yet :shadedshu
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