The Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS line of gaming products is new to the market. It includes a variety of products including mice, keyboards, headsets and mousepads. Today we have the opportunity to review our first Tt eSPORTS product, the Challenger Pro Keyboard. This keyboard features an adjustable red back light illumination, two onboard USB 2.0 ports, as well as a personal cooling fan. Read on further to see what else this keyboard has in store.
• Red illumination back light
• 2 x USB 2.0 ports
• User Interface
• Macro Keys
• Multimedia Keys
• 64KB onboard memory
• Onboard profile switch
• Backlight switch
• Fan device
• Windows dummy keycaps
• Smart cable management with detachable cable design
• 8 additional removable keycaps
- Interface: USB
- Operational systems: Windows 7/Vista/XP
- Number of Macro keys: 10
- Number of Multimedia keys: 6
- 2.0 USB port: 2
- Switch lifecycle: 10 Millions
- Cable length: 2m
- Body dimension (LxWxH): 505x 195x 27mm
Hand Cooling Fan Specifications
• Fan Speed: 6,000 RPM(±15%)
• Max. airflow:2.7CFM
• Noise level:21.7dB
• Rate voltage: DC 5.0V
• Life expectancy: 50,000 HRS
• Body dimension (LxWxH): 30x30x10mm
The Challenger Pro comes packaged in a high quality retail package. A textured metal surface resides as the package background to help make the white text and red borders stand out. The front of the box shows angled view of the keyboard along with some of the key features and of course the product and brand names/logos. The back of the package is pretty plain and online includes the features in multiple different languages.
Moving back to the front of package, you’ll find a flip open lid which reveals more detailed information about the product and the software included for the Challenger Pro.
Upon opening the box you’re revealed with a large soft cloth bag with the product and brand names and logos. Also included in the box are two smaller bags an information package, which includes the user’s manual and software CD.
In the smaller, square bag you’ll find an extra set of red keys (WASD, up/down/left/right) as well as two Windows “dummy” keycaps and key remover. In the larger drawstring bag, with felt feel, you’ll find the onboard fan and removable connection cable, help together by a black Tt branded cable tie.