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Tt eSPORTS MEKA G-UNIT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Tt eSPORTS MEKA G-UNIT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Article Author : Becky
Date : 08-30-2012

The software can be easily installed using either the disc provided or directly from the Tt eSPORTS website. The interface is easy to navigate, and allows you to record and assign macros to keys, as well as adjust other settings for the keyboard. There are three profiles, and you can assign functions to up to 20 keys within each profile – the 12 ‘T’ keys and 8 other keys of your choosing. There are four options for keys – T Key (to assign a macro that you have already recorded), Default (to revert the function of a key to default), Single Key (for single key presses), and Launch Program (but this will only work with .exe files). You must be in Gaming Mode to program the keys. You can also incorporate a delay for assigned keys – just click on the ‘Adjust Delay Time’ option.

We previously mentioned that the MEKA G-UNIT features an ‘instant switch system’ (ISS) allowing you to reach all 60 programmed keys from within one profile; the software allows you to assign a button to this, but your options are limited to the Alt, Shift or CTRL keys.

You can also change the backlight options using the software. Clicking on the light option tab on the right-hand side allows you to adjust the levels of brightness and configure the pulse. All assigned keys and lighting options are saved on to the keyboard’s 64KB memory, which means that you don’t need to set it all up again when you get a new PC.

Last but not least, the MEKA G-UNIT features an impressive poll rate of 1,000Hz, making it 8 times faster than most other keyboards out there. According to Tt eSPORTS the anti-ghosting function allows for up to 46 keys to be pressed simultaneously in gaming mode without any unexpected characters appearing… although when this would be useful is beyond me. Do we have any 46 fingered typists out there? Two people typing on the same keyboard with both hands and both feet wouldn’t even be enough. The MEKA G-UNIT features six-key rollover (6KRO), which means you can press six keys at the same time and it will register them all. NKRO is a popular and often talked about feature, but to be honest 6KRO should be more than enough for most people.

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