When it comes down to mechanical keyboards, there are a lot of options to choose from. Keyboards range from a plain mechanical-only keyboard all the way to keyboards with RGB LED lighting, multiple macro keys, USB ports, and audio ports. Switch options vary as well. Most mechanical keyboards feature either Cherry MX or Kailh switches however, OMRON, and Razer (Manufactured by Kailh for Razer) are gaining traction. Mechanical keyboards offer a longer lifespan than membrane keyboards and mechanical keyboards tend to offer 100% rollover without the need for additional software. The Thermaltake Poseidon Z RGB keyboard comes in two flavors, one with blue switches and the other with brown switches. The keyboard features per key RGB LEDs, N-Key rollover, and the ability to record 102 macros in five profiles.
Review Sample Provided by: ThermalTake
Product Name/Link to Website: Poseidon Z RGB (Brown Switch Edition)
Product was given in exchange for work done to produce this review.
The packaging for the Poseidon Z RGB keyboard features a large graphic of the keyboard and shows the RGB lighting effect across the keyboard. On the reverse side, Thermaltake goes into more detail about the media keys, macro keys, and the profile keys.
|NO. OF MACRO KEYS||NORMAL MODE : NO|
GAME MODE : FULL KEY 102 (BESIDES FN AND WIN KEY) TOTAL 510 MACRO SETS
|NO. OF GAME PROFILES||5(EACH CONTAIN NORMAL AND GAME MODE)|
|DIMENSION||440 X 133 X 37 MM|
|MEMBRANE, MECHANICAL, PLUNGER||MECHANICAL|
|ANTI-GHOSTING KEYS||100% ANTI-GHOSTING WITH 104 KEY ROLLOVER ON USB|
|ON-BOARD MEMORY SIZE||512KB|
|POLLING RATE||1000 HZ|
|BACK-LIGHT||RGB 16.8MILLION COLOR|
|SMART CABLE MANAGEMENT||YES / 3 WAYS|
|KEYSTROKE LIFECYCLE||50 MILLION|
|OTHER FEATURES||ADJUSTABLE BRIGHTNESS|
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