It's time to fire this bad boy up. Turning off the lights and drawing the curtains to get the full effect (not to mention the photographs), we can see that the whites are crisp as well as all the other colours during boot up.
Into the menu system and we see you have a list of pre-installed applications waiting for you to fiddle with.
The system monitor has been updated with some nice graphics to show you how much your system is sweating.
The obligatory TT logo shot...
Moving on to the software now; the G-Panel manager lets you assign anything you like to the 12 G keys as well as changing the colour of every M setting so that each one is a different flavour.
Likewise, the LCD panel manager lets you tweak your heart out on the available apps and how you can interact with them.
And finally, Windows' own sideshow application lets you assign Microsoft written apps to display and control through the keyboards LCD.
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