10 Programmable Keys.
2 USB2.0 Ports.
Detachable Fan with Holder.
Red Back lit keys can be turned off.
Includes replacement red keys for movement keys.
Detachable braided cable.
Looks and feels great.
Single Backlight Color.
Fan is about useless as it moves very little air.
Keyboard layout takes a little getting used to.
Macro entry limited to 10 characters and no Enter key.
No ergonomic version.
Cooling fan is ineffective.
Software has issues regarding lighting.
Replacement red keys are a bit of a gimmick.
Cable routing has no real benefit.
By TechReaction.net on November 19, 2011
It is our humble opinion the Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard is a good gaming keyboard that we feel few average to hardcore PC gamers wouldn’t love to have.We had zero problems with the response times of the keys, programming macros is pretty easy,...-
By LanOC Reviews on June 27, 2011
All Pages Page 1 of 6Thermaltake isn’t a new name in the world of PC gaming, the brand well-known for keeping our systems cool and stable when under the load of increasingly stressful titles. Recently, Tt extended their product line into the...70
By Overclockers Online on April 14, 2011
Thermaltake’s Challenger Pro gaming keyboard offers a good set of features for an entry level gaming keyboard. Adjustable red backlighting, four onboard profiles and custom red key replacements add value to the keyboard. Dome style switches make...-
By Tech-Reviews UK on April 04, 2011
All in all, the Challenger Pro has definitely lived up to it’s name. It is most certainly a keyboard for the “pro” gamers out there with it’s customizable macro keys, hand cooling device, profile switching and cable management.It...80
By TechReaction.net on March 21, 2011
The Challenger Pro is a niche keyboard. If you are looking for a keyboard with a fan, the Challenger Pro is a no-brainier. If you are looking for a keyboard with a backlight and macro keys, the Challenger Pro has a strong black and red theme and 10...-
By Maximum PC on February 22, 2011
The Challenger (ThermalTake’s entry into the gaming keyboard market) is the kind of keyboard that’s looking to set itself apart. It does this most noticeably with a tiny fan that can be plugged in on either side of the keyboard to blow cool...70
By APH Networks on February 17, 2011
The world of gaming, especially that of PC gaming, has become more than a simple hobby for a lot of us. In fact, gaming has grown and shaped itself, becoming part of people's lifestyle. Tournaments, including the World Cyber Games (WCG) to the...75
By Real World Labs on January 20, 2011
We used the Challenger Pro for a period of 4 weeks but since right before that we used the 6GV2 by SteelSeries some of you may imagine that it was quite difficult for us to move from a mechanical keyboard back to a normal stroke one. However...-
By Bigbruin on January 18, 2011
If you type by touch, and have an older keyboard, it will take a little time to get used to the Tt eSports Challenger Pro keyboard due to its unique layout. However, once you get familiar with it, it may be one of the best keyboards to have. The low...-
By Pro-Clockers on January 18, 2011
For many years now Thermaltake has been a big name in computing. While they may have been part of the gaming market nearly that whole time, it might not have been as evident to other folks at a LAN party/competition since the components would have...-