One of the more interesting products on display at Computex 2010 this week is Thermaltake’s version of the ever-important gaming keyboard. With a series of LEDs providing backlit illumination for the keys, the Challenger Pro keyboard also offers the advantage of a built-in cooling fan.
The fan pops up on the upper left to dry the sweat from gamers’ hands as the frantically pound one of the 40 different macro keys available for programming. Part of the Tt eSPORTS branding, the Challenger Pro looks to be the first in a long line of gaming peripherals from the famous case designers.
In addition to the new keyboard, Thermaltake showed off a slightly tweaked version of their eye-catching Level 10 case as well as an elegant cooling fan. While we don’t often discuss cooling fans, the new Thermaltake Frio is worth pointing.
In addition to being rated for cooling up to 220W, the Frio is definitely attractive – users who like open-air or windowed cases should take a look. The Frio is compatible with both Intel and AMD processors.
Stay tuned for more news here on DesktopReview, on location at Computex 2010 in Taipei, Taiwan.