ThermalTake Soprano Aluminum Keyboard A2478
Sturdy construction, Appealing look, Quiet keys, Comfortable height and wrist rest
Smooth typing, Aluminum base keeps hands cool
Excellent finish and build quality, All the important hotkeys and no unnecessary ones, No silly colors or glowing keys. very sophisticated look, Excellent tactile response, Scissor switch mechanism works very nicely, Zero-degree tilt helps ease wrist...
Some keys have been moved around, Key arrangement is a bit too crowded
Keys cramped together, Awkward positioning of keys, Volume control backwards, Feels too much like a laptop keyboard
Small keys tightly packed, Non standard key layout takes some adjustment, No USB to PS2 adapter, Dust and debris can get under the keys quite easily, A little on the small size for some users.
By TechwareLabs on July 24, 2009
Thermaltake is a name we usually associate with a chassis, power supply or cooling system. When considering buying a keyboard, most dont think about Thermaltake. Choosing a keyboard is non-trivial, with little differentiation between one...-
By TweakNews on December 13, 2008
The Soprano is a great keyboard for general internet surfing, email and occasional document preparation. If a larger, classier version of a laptop keyboard sounds appealing to you, then it will be a welcome addition to your home office setup for...-
By ThinkComputers on September 22, 2008
After over a week of testing for many applications I found this keyboard to be rather unpleasant to use.If all of the Thermaltake keyboards are like this I really dont think that they should be designing any more. This keyboard was poorly designed...70
By Ninjalane on September 04, 2008
Thermaltake has a reputation for making quality components and you can definitely add this to the list. The build quality is excellent and it has the proper feel to be comfortable for daily usage. Given its sturdy design it should reward its owners...100