Nice punchy feel to the keys.
Powered by one USB.
12 Dedicated Macro Keys.
One Button Disables Windows Key.
Quick Response Time.
Dedicated Multimedia Keys.
Cherry MX Black Switches.
Launch Any EXE File with Macro Key.
USB and Audio Ports.
Keys donít register at times.
Slightly adjusted keyboard layout.
Focused backlit keys are limiting.
Somewhat Limited Software.
Slightly Adjusted Key Layout.
Bright LEDs on Caps.
Scroll and Num Locks.
Not Cherry MX Blue Switches.
By Rbmods.com on September 29, 2013
This is a very nice mechanical keyboard, if you like the black switches this is definitely something you have to keep in mind when shopping. It really stays in place while gaming, it is comfortable to type and play on and it has a lot of macro keys....-
By LanOC Reviews on September 27, 2013
The Meka G-Unit is a nice keyboard with a few little things that differentiate it from the competitors. At first glance it may seem like the 12 macro keys are a bit short in comparison with other high end gaming keyboards but you quickly realize the...-
By HardwareHeaven on August 09, 2013
and Rating Provided on the disc, although it is always worth checking the Tt site for updates, is the keyboard software which helps us configure the MEKA G-Unit Illuminated. The first screen of this software allows us to program each of the buttons...-
By eTeknix on April 06, 2013
This week I've been spending my time on the MEKA G Unit, one of the latest gaming peripherals from the ever popular TteSports, the gaming branch of the PC component manufacturer Thermaltake.Since Thermaltake launched the TteSports brand, they've...-
By PC Authority on March 25, 2013
I have no doubt that there's a very sturdy keyboard inside the improbably-named Meka G-Unit – Red Switch Edition Keyboard. It's very well-built, great for carrying around in a bag (as we did while removing the keyboard to our home-based...83
By hardwarezone.com.sg on February 16, 2012
Thermaltake is a brand commonly identified with computer chassis, coolers, and PSUs. Due to aggressive demand for gamer-centric equipment such as keyboards and mice, Thermaltake spawned Tt eSPORTS, a sub-brand specifically catering to gamers.First...75
By LanOC Reviews on January 25, 2012
Though I had a few grumbles about the Meka G Unit, they can't stand to cast a shadow over an otherwise great mechanical keyboard. Despite a small plastic malfunction, Thermaltake has invested in several quality-assuring features. The software...90
By Bright Side of News on January 08, 2012
Overall, the Thermaltake MEKA G-UNIT is a great keyboard with a humorous name at a decent expected price. Other than a few issues that are simply a matter of personal preference, this keyboard has everything a user could want from a mechanical gaming...-
By Craving Tech on December 23, 2011
Microsoft Touch Mouse Review – Though Windows 7 offers a smoother and cleaner interface compared to Windows XP, we are still stuck with using our traditional point and click mechanism to interact with the multiple windows on our desktop area. For...-
By Vortez on December 01, 2011
The Tt eSPORTS MEKA G Unit makes for an interesting proposition. On paper it is the perfect combination of looks, performance and functionality however in testing we found some minor flaws which may or may not sway your buying decision.The packaging...-