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Tt eSPORTS MEKA PRO Keyboard

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The MEKA PRO from Tt eSPORTS offers genuine Cherry MX switches, support for multiple language layouts, on-board lighting effects, and excellent on-the-fly macro recording. All this plus more for $70, which makes it a very attractive keyboard for the money.

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I feel not adding dedicated macro keys is a huge wasted opportunity. This is a gaming keyboard. And it's mechanical because games need quick response time. Having to press Fn+<macro_key> flies straight in the face of quick response.
But ignoring macros, the keyboard is neat.
 
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Never going to buy anything from tt sports again. They dont respect consumers. This coming from a old school thermatake fan and supporter, must mean something. First of all thermaltake, take your custumers seriuosly, give them some support, not the disdain posture you've been taking along the last years. Thats a shame. I have MANY thermaltake products, but when it comes to the TTSports segment, its a disaster. They dont invest in a proper driver and software for their products, leaving custumers in the limbo when comes to customize anything, from the mice, mousepad (rgb one) to this cheepo keyboards. Just take a quick search in their own foruns, so many complains e so little return from then. My Draconem RGB is doomed with their awful software implementation, it is not even working with their last software revision (yes, the one that THEY uploaded to their site!). This is just to make one appointment, but i have several others issues with their products. Thats why they are considered a sub-brand, and a shitty periferal makers, just like those unknow chineses manufacturers. Shame on you Thermaltak and TTSports division, you dont have a little respect to the custumers and the community. Shitty company.
 
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Storage 128 and 256GB OCZ Vertex4, 500GB Samsung 850 EVO, 500GB and 3TB Seagate
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Never going to buy anything from tt sports again. They dont respect consumers. This coming from a old school thermatake fan and supporter, must mean something. First of all thermaltake, take your custumers seriuosly, give them some support, not the disdain posture you've been taking along the last years. Thats a shame. I have MANY thermaltake products, but when it comes to the TTSports segment, its a disaster. They dont invest in a proper driver and software for their products, leaving custumers in the limbo when comes to customize anything, from the mice, mousepad (rgb one) to this cheepo keyboards. Just take a quick search in their own foruns, so many complains e so little return from then. My Draconem RGB is doomed with their awful software implementation, it is not even working with their last software revision (yes, the one that THEY uploaded to their site!). This is just to make one appointment, but i have several others issues with their products. Thats why they are considered a sub-brand, and a shitty periferal makers, just like those unknow chineses manufacturers. Shame on you Thermaltak and TTSports division, you dont have a little respect to the custumers and the community. Shitty company.
Oh, happy day, they've addressed all your pains:
There is no software driver support for the Tt eSPORTS MEKA PRO keyboard, with all functionality being hardware based.