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Thermaltake Challenger Gaming Keyboard

submitted on June 3, 2010 by shawndiaz in "Products / Gadgets"
I know there are a few out there in Buxr that are gamers, and probably more know who are hardcore game addicts. Well, say goodbye to sweaty palms while playing the latest MMORPG game.

The Challenger keyboard from Thermaltake, renowned makers of gaming cases have extended their reach into the keyboards of yesteryear. The Challenger is decked out with appropriately placed lighted keys, highlighting the WASD and arrow keys, among others, for easy location after wiping sweat from your brow during marathon game play. This feature will bring a tear to the eyes of all those former Zork champions of old is a comforting sound. Not some fancy digital audio, it's the triumphant return of clicky-keys. We know several COBOL programmers and one PASCAL ninja that will have these on pre-order. Clicky-key keyboards produce a very satisfying mechanical click with each tap that is addictive to the converted. They are coveted possessions, that are hard to come by and seem to last for years.

The updated keyboard moves from AT connection to USB and packs a 2 port hub in the back. Another comfort for marathon coding, writing or gaming is a tiny cooling fan. This should keep your hands from getting slippery and lose you precious frags trying to wipe them off. So whether you're still trying to get used to a mouse and long for a revival of the Legend of Apshai or you've never seen a game without video, this keyboard might be for you. The clicky keyboards do command a premium though and this one promises no difference. Relive your history when it arrives somewhere in the next few months.

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    Posted by MrCheap on June 3, 2010
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    I will wait till they start implanting keyboard chips into human brains Amused

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