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Tt eSPORTS KB-CHU003UK Challenger Ultimate Gaming Keyboard

Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Challenger Ultimate Gaming Backlit Keyboard, Hand Cooler, 64KB Memory

Scan code: LN40963 Manufacturer code: KB-CHU003UK Request call
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Product Overview The Thermaltake eSPORTS KB-CHU003US Black USB Wired Game Keyboard is a breakthrough gaming keyboard with a custom cooling fan built onto the keyboard. It allows gamers' hands to stay dry and enabling better grip as well as superior control. 64KB on-board memory stores five unique user profiles, each with its own set of dedicated macro keys. Included software with user-friendly Graphic User Interface allows user to quickly setup macro keys and gaming profile fitted for each individual. Two Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports located conveniently on the side of keyboard for user to quickly connect mouse, headset or other USB devices. On top of that, embedded on-board audio jacks provide convenience of headset device installation to save the hassle of installing the headset at the back of a PC FeaturesWizard 256 back light design: Wizard 256 back light design enables back light colour adjustment for up to 256 individual colours for your personalized gaming experience.
64KB on board memory: With 64KB on board memory you now have storage of up to 40 macro keys for action, shooting, RPG, strategy games.
Macro keys: 10 macro keys program the combined actions in a quick T button to make a move ahead of other gamers.
Multimedia keys: Multimedia keys offer you instant access to multimedia function for quick audio control.

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