Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB: new mechanical keyboard with several switches to choose from
Thermaltake has released its Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB mechanical keyboard, this keyboard features the Cherry MX mechanical switches inside and is able to provide 16.8 million RGB colors in its lighting with 12 different dynamic effects modes. This keyboard has been designed for those users that look for a really fast writing, for them their linear switches, with a point of performance of 1.2 mm and a distance traveled total of 3.4 mm, they provide us softness when typing.
The Cherry MX switches have a life expectancy of 50 million clicks, we can choose between versions with Cherry MX Silver and Cherry MX Blue switches.
With its RGB lighting we can use up to 12 different effects : Static, Pulse, Rainbow wave, Rainbow spiral, Spectrum cycle, Reactive, Flow, Wave, Rain drops, Snake, Sound control, System temperature and off. Such amount of effects give this premium keyboard a plus at the time of planning to choose it. Although it would not be bad to be able to customize some effect.
The brightness is also configurable, we have five levels; as well as the speed of light transitions. In addition, Thermaltake provides us with 8 red and polished keys to give an extra customization to this keyboard. This new keyboard is compatible with the components of the brand that are Thermaltake TT RGB Sync, so if we have one of them we can synchronize the effects in a very efficient way between all Thermaltake components.
This full-format keyboard with keys to control the lighting modes, speed, brightness and typical multimedia keys that often implement keyboards. In addition, in the back we have a USB and a built-in minijack audio port, so you can connect headphones and peripherals that have shorter cables and do not reach the computer.
For our dolls to adapt well to this keyboard, Thermaltake adds a magnetic wrist rest that fits perfectly with the design of the equipment.
The Thermaltake X1 TT Premium RGB Cherry MX Speed Silver is priced at $ 139.99, while the Thermaltake TT Premium X1 RGB Cherry MX Blue is priced at $ 129.99.
Posted by Mohit Sharma on June 11, 2018 in Technology