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Tt eSPORTS Unleashes MEKA Mechanical Keyboard

Tt eSPORTS has announced the MEKA Mechanical Keyboard, adding on to its line-up of peripherals aimed at gamers. Measuring 370 x 150 x 3.5mm, it has a smaller footprint compared to the original MEKA G1 Mechanical keyboard and features a 1000Hz polling rate, two USB 2.0 ports, Cherry Black mechanical switches (50 million keystrokes before failure), anti-ghosting function (up to 16 keys), and a 1.8m braided cable with gold plated USB connector. Prices and availability is unknown so stay tuned for more news.


Tt eSPORTS are very excited at being able to announce the imminent release of our new and exciting MEKA Mechanical Keyboard, which was on display last week at Cebit 2011 in Hannover, Germany.
The MEKA keyboard is the first USB Mechanical Keyboard that is offering Anti-Ghosting without the use of a PS2 adapter. This gaming keyboard has been designed and manufactured using the popular Cherry Black Switch, which allow for up to 50 Million Keystrokes and by using this product an increase in APM (Actions Per Minute) is a high possibility.

Tt eSPORTS spoke to gamers around the world about what they wanted to see from the MEKA and as a result added two additional USB ports to allow plugging additional devices in to the keyboard. The MEKA has been designed to allow for the 1.8m braided cable to be positioned based on the users requirement, whether left, right or centre of the keyboard.
The MEKA is a smaller design compared to the original MEKA G1 Mechanical keyboard but as Tt eSPORTS grows, it shall continue to develop a complete range of gaming peripherals to meet different gamers requirements. Tt eSPORTS aim to continue releasing a range of gaming products to allow all gamers to find their right equipment, whether a social, hardcore or professional gamer.

New MEKA Keyboard Joins The Tt eSPORTS Mechanical Product Range
For more information, please visit http//www.ttesports.comindex.aspx

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