Thermaltake at CeBIT – the keyboard, mouse and headset

Thermaltake at CeBIT
Thermaltake exposition at CeBIT, along with the power supply and chassis for the PC, including peripherals.

Pride of place on the stand is mechanical keyboard Meka G-Unit, released in September 2011.

From the original version of the sample shown at the exhibition, different lighting red.

Gaming Mouse Thermaltake (however, as the keyboard) is now available in different color categories.

Red and pink keyboard G1 – not for blondes. See this really cool keyboard Korean gamers, the recommendations of which was released this option.

Mouse named Volos is for MMORPG.

Stand with a variety of different headsets.

Thermaltake have something to offer to customers, in addition to model Level 10 M, created jointly by Tt eSPORTS and BMW Group DesignworksUSA.

Headset with replaceable ear pads Cronos, soft quilting on the headband and swivel boom microphone.

This piece of technology, resembling a tiny race car, has about as much to with those grey plastic shells scooting over mouse pads like a family van does with a high performance supercar. Niko von Saurma, the director of the Munich studio of DesignworksUSA, takes up one of the three prototypes and handles it with the care afforded a rare artifact.

And that is what this sleek concoction, outfitted for the rigors of professional computer sports, is set to become. Officially, this latest innovative example of industrial design is called Pro-Gaming Computer Mouse Level 10 M. Anyone who’s ever tried their hand at a computer game knows that Level 10 is reserved for the very, very good.

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