Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON ZX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON ZX mechanical gaming keyboard

 Tenkeyless mechanical keyboard at a great price

Taipei, Taiwan – June 20, 2014 – Tt eSPORTS, the leading expert in professional e-Sports gaming peripherals is releasing the new POSEIDON ZX tenkeyless mechanical gaming keyboard. The POSEIDON ZX ditches the number pad area found in a standard full sized keyboard, to help reduce length to 80% of a regular one. The POSEIDON ZX, as with all keyboards in the POSEIDON Z series, feature Tt eSPORTS Certified Mechanical switches.

The POSEIDON ZX will come in Tt certified blue switches, with full LED backlighting, N-Key rollover via USB, dedicated key to disable windows key, accessible media keys, and adjustable brightness. It is fully plug-and-play, requiring no drivers and software.

The tenkeyless form factor is especially useful for gamers who could benefit from the extra space for mouse usage, in both gaming setups and LAN environments. It’s also easier to transport due to weight and size when compared to a full sized keyboard.

Tt eSPORTS Certified Mechanical Switch – Back Story

Tt eSPORTS spent two years testing various mechanical switches with its engineers and professional gamers. And eventually, we found the right one- with White-Ra, Team DK, Prime Team, as well as our other sponsored teams, and our keyboard engineers all agreeing unanimously. The first keyboard to offer these switches in mechanical blue & brown switch options was the POSEIDON Z Illuminated, and now Tt eSPORTS brings it to consumers in the POSEIDON ZX. The POSEIDON ZX offers users a budget friendly full featured mechanical gaming keyboard that could both be the perfect choice for a first time mechanical keyboard user as well as a mechanical

keyboard enthusiast.

The testing process for these mechanical switches was an arduous one, but these switches passed  and we believe in them so much that Tt eSPORTS is now offering the world’s first 5 year warranty for a mechanical gaming keyboard across the whole POSEIDON Z line which features the Tt certified switches.

The POSEIDON ZX with Tt eSPORTS Certified Mechanical blue switches MSRP is USD $74.99, will go on sale in the USA, Taiwan, and China starting July, and rolls out to select regions after that. Please kindly refer to your local stores for information regarding its availability.

For more information on the Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON ZX mechanical gaming keyboard: http://ttesports.com/productPage.aspx?p=143

About “Tt eSPORTS”

Thermaltake is a well known brand for gaming & DIY in Case, Cooler, and PSU for years. Due to the constant requests for keyboards and mice from gamers and end users, Thermaltake decided to create a series of gaming keyboards, mice, and headsets with the Tt eSPORTS brand. By using Tt eSPORTS, we want to extend our product lines into the gaming industry, and provide more “personalized gaming” gears to gamers and enthusiasts worldwide. With years of experience in gaming industry, Tt eSPORTS is committed to bring the most personalized and the highest quality weapons for the most competitive cyber battles, and advances with the idea of products designed by gamers for gamers. Official website : www.ttesports.com

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  • Anono

    Hopefully some good competition with the Cooler Master QuickFire Pro’s

  • TristanIrwin

    “Certified mechanical switch” sounds like marketing doubletalk. Are they certifying that the switches are indeed mechanical? Or, are they certifying that these switches are of quality construction and are without flaw? If so, how do they perform such certification? Building a keyboard with MX switches and slapping a “certified” label on it doesn’t make the switches any different than any other MX switch.

    • David Yee

      The switches are mechanical, but they are Cherry MX clones. Cherry’s MX patent expired earlier this year so that’s why keyboards with copycat switches like the Razer Blackwidow 2014 are hitting the market. Obviously, the “certified” label is a vague and roundabout way of saying this keyboard has Cherry MX clone switches, but we’ve made sure they don’t suck. Of course, a press release like this only raises more questions than it answers.