A fully backlit mechanical keyboard that sports a minimalist design and caters to discerning gamers who want something unique, the Thermaltake Meka G1 Illuminated Illuminated sports the famous Cherry Black switches for gaming enthusiasts.
The Toughpower XT Gold 1475W is a beast of a power supply, with an enormous amount of juice, and despite a lack of 80Plus Platinum it's still very much a premium unit. It comes with an expensive price tag for those with big power demands, so let's see if the performance can measure up.
I have always been a pretty competitive individual, from sports like baseball, skating & racing to gaming on my computer. One of the things that’s really important when competing is not just being good at what you do, but also having the right equipment to help get you there. The right equipment can take you from being a good competitor to a great competitor. This is also true when gaming because without great equipment to assist you, such as your mouse or mechanical keyboard, you’re just another good player. If you want to be known as a great player and a winner, like most professional athletes and gamers, you’re going to have to turn to the latest gear to give you that edge to beat your opponents. Today I have the pleasure of bringing you just such a peripheral, The Tt eSPORTS Level 10M Gaming Mouse, brought to you with the previous collaboration between BMW’s DesignWorksUSA and Thermaltake, who also brought you the level 10 Concept PC. The Tt Level 10M Mouse is divided into lower and upper segments, with the height-and-angle-adjustable perforated upper appearing to float over the solid aluminum base to provide passive ventilation. The Tt Level 10 has two regular buttons on the top and five additional buttons on the sides, with the “Z” key acting as a modifier to provide five additional commands. This all adds up to a total of 11 command keys that are programmable via a software application. In gaming mode, the “Z” key can be used to switch between...
Lately we've started seeing a few more 80Plus Platinum certified power supplies, and today we're looking at one from Thermaltake: the Toughpower XT Platinum 1275W. It's a rather stealthy aesthetic, but good looks and nice features will only get you so far though, as performance is what matters in the end. Coming with a price tag of $290, the Thermaltake Toughpower XT Platinum 1275W certainly brings a premium price tage, but does it have the top performance to match? Let's find out.
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Full tower case for the gaming-oriented crowd.