Thermaltake Jumps Into Gaming Peripheral Market

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K0BALT

 it lets you press down numerous different keys all at the same time, while letting each one still perform it's required function.normal keyboards will only perform the function of the fist key held down, regardless of how many more you try and press after that.

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M-ManLA

I would like to see more wireless keyboards with backlighting. 

 

Electronically charged

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K0BALT

 i'm always open to new gear. i have the g9 mouse and the g11 keyboard, but always looking to 'upgrade'.

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i7 920@4.4GHz,Heatkiller 3.0, (2X)GTX295 Quad-SLI, EVGA X58 3X SLI, 6GB DDR3 OCZ Gold

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SininStyle

Wow thats an ugly keyboard but it would match so perfectly to my HAF 932, even has the red light at the bottom lol

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Ezxhaton

Pretty much my thoughts, it'd go perfect with the HAF's and Storm series cases. The article mentions 3 keyboards with prices, but only shows pictures of 2. Unless that silver one is the third.

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