Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime Gaming Keyboard Review

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Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime Gaming Keyboard

Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime

Today, we’re giving our attention to a reasonably priced gaming keyboard from Thermaltake’s gaming division. The Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime costs $29.99 plus $1.99 shipping at Newegg, but packs features normally expected from more expensive gaming keyboards including tri-color backlighting, dedicated macro keys, and dedicated media keys. Already, the Challenger Prime is looking like the keyboard to beat at this price.Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime

Though we’ve been looking at relatively expensive keyboards for a long time, we certainly can appreciate how accessible a budget keyboard is for gamers. They’re safe purchases for the value, but don’t impact the wallet so immediately to remove the option for a more expensive future upgrade. What the Challenger Prime does to separate itself from the masses of $30 office keyboards surprisingly is by offering more at the same price, a stark contrast from the typical cycle of paying more for the gamer premium.

Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime Gaming Keyboard Features:

  • Membrane gaming keyboard with 6 dedicated macro keys and 3 profiles
  • Blue, red, and purple lighting with pulse lighting and adjustable via dial
  • 9 dedicated media keys

Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime Gaming Keyboard Specifications:

  • Interface: USB
  • Operating system: Windows 7/Windows 8
  • Cable length: 1.5m cable with USB connector
  • Body dimension (LxWxH): 508*239*24 mm
  • 2-year warranty
  • Part Number: KB-CHM-MBBLUS-01

Tt eSPORTS Challenger PrimeThe keyboard package is pretty dry, containing a user guide and warranty booklet alongside the Challenger Prime.Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime

The following pages we’ll examine whether or not the Challenger Prime is cheaply made as much as it costs!

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  • alan

    mine just sparked flickered and faded to black…and for 10 secs i was pretty much stuck playing with just a mouse.
    sometimes the keys come off to easy if youre relaxed.
    the keyboard itself is massive and takes up a insane amount of space.
    just dont get it.

  • User10101010

    I have a Tt eSPORTS CHALLENGER gaming keyboard and I used it mostly to type. Which I consider it to be far less abusive or harmful for a keyboard, than a raging player who may be more “passionate” when it comes to hammering on the gaming keys.

    The keys, within a year, cracked open. Making me regret having bought this keyboard.

    The control keys cracked, as seen in the photo. Definitely a waste of money.

  • Flunk

    The membrane switches are acceptable in this price range but… it seems like they tried as hard as possible to make this as ugly as possible and to take up as much room as possible for no reason. Nothing makes you look stupider at a lan party than having a huge, cheap, ugly slab of a keyboard.

    • Cristian Ungureanu

      You, Sir, Are A Wine Snob! Slap!