Tt eSPORTS is a division of Thermaltake (hence the Tt in the name) with an emphasis on HID peripherals for PC keyboards, mice, headsets, and accessories alike. They have involved professional gamers to help design and bring to market products for other gamers worldwide, and the divisional segregation from the rest of Thermaltake helps their operation as a smaller, focused entity. Today, we take a look at one of their recent keyboard releases, the MEKA PRO. Thanks to Tt eSPORTS for providing a review sample.
The MEKA PRO is a full-size keyboard available in various language layouts, and I have a modified ANSI layout here. It features 104 keys due to the layout, which is as expected, but as seen above, there is an additional macro record key in the top-right corner, and the bottom row is non-standard. That aside, the MEKA PRO comes in switch options of Cherry MX Red, Brown, and Blue switches and is a driver-less keyboard with onboard lighting and functionality controls. Here is a look at the specifications in the table below:
Tt eSPORTS MEKA PRO Keyboard
104 (+1) keys
ABS plastic top and bottom case panels, ABS plastic keycaps, steel plate
1.20 kg / 2.65 lbs.
Full N-Key rollover USB
Available as a secondary function
143 (L) x 450 (W) x 38 (H) mm
6 ft / 1.8 m
Choice of Cherry MX Red, Brown, or Blue mechanical switch