Accessories and Documentation
Along with the keyboard (in fact found directly under the keyboard in the box), we find all of the literature that Tt eSPORTS sends along with the Poseidon ZX. There is the quick install guide that shows mostly what the box described to us, points out the multifunctional keys, and pretty much says plug it in and go to town. As for the warranty insert, it is pretty useless. While it does show what is and is not covered, it describes a two-year warranty for keyboards, but that is for rubber dome boards, as Tt eSPORTS' mechanical boards offer a five-year warranty.
I mentioned a small box with goodies in it, and this is part of what we found. There is a nine-key set of red key caps that can be installed on the WASD and arrow keys, and a red Battle Dragon key that is intended for use on the Escape key, but could be used on any of the smaller keys. These keys are molded in white to allow for the LED lighting to pass through, and are painted red on the outside, so they will likely wear out over time, as the coating does not seem very thick here.
Since there is a supplied set of optional key caps, it is only right that they also include a key puller tool. This is the same puller we found with the METALCAPS kit, and again, take it easy on the key caps as this puller is just slightly thicker than the access to remove the key caps. It works very well at pulling the caps, it just takes some finesse and wiggling to get the tool on the caps properly before pulling upwards.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Tt eSPORTS Poseidon ZX Illuminated Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard]
- Page 4 [Tt eSPORTS Poseidon ZX Continued]
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