At first glance the Thermaltake eSPORTS Meka G1 we have under the review spotlight is much ado about nothing: it looks about as basic as keyboards can get, yet is heavier than even the most basic keyboard you've probably ever used, and it has a relatively short USB cable to boot. It's what you don't immediately see that sets the Meka G1 apart from your everyday keyboard.
Based on traditional mechanical keyboards, the G1 uses Cherry MX Black mechanical keyswitches for each of its keys for improved tactile response and serious long-term durability. Thermaltake promises these enhancements will make the Meka G1 well suited for the product's target audience: gamers. See if the mechanics under the hood are worth the fuss in our latest keyboard review!
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