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Tt eSports shows off new MEKA G1 Prime Team Edition mechanical keyboard at Computex 2013

Tt eSports debuts MEKA G1 Prime Team Edition mechanical keyboard

| Peripherals News | Posted: Jun 3, 2013 7:30 pm

Computex Taipei 2013 - Tt eSports has just unveiled another new addition to its MEKA mechanical keyboard lineup. The MEKA G1 Prime Team Edition features Cherry Brown mechanical switches that are light to the touch while remaining tactile and non-clicky.

 

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Featuring a red body with a combination of black and red keys, the somewhat compact MEKA G1 is built to target enthusiasts in the FPS and RTS gaming arenas. The keyboard is endorsed by Korea's famous SCII team, Prime Team, who is one of the world's premier StarCraft II gaming teams.

 

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The MEKA G1 Prime Team Edition features a 1000Hz polling rate that is eight times quicker than regular gaming keyboards for a never-lagged, always-responsive gaming experience. The Cherry Brown mechanical switches provide the keyboard with a 50-million-keystroke life expectancy.

 

Like the other keyboards in the MEKA lineup, the G1 features a two-port USB hub as well as microphone-in and audio-out jacks for an even more enhanced gaming experience. The MEKA G1 Prime Team Edition will retail for an MSRP of $139.99 at major online retailers.

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