Dual USB Ports.
Awesome Looking Notification Lights.
Good For Gaming.
Quick-response mechanical keys.
Onboard USB and audio jacks.
Excellent Build Quality.
Gold Plated Connectors.
Military Grade Cable.
Price (For Some).
Cherry Black MX mechanical switches.
Poor Key Layout.
Bad For Typing.
No dedicated media keys.
Key switches feel squishy versus "clicky" mechanical keyboards.
Not suited for every day use.
Lock status LED's are way too bright.
Full antighosting only works with USB to PS/2 adapter.
By TweakTown on August 08, 2013
I am going to just get right down to it here. Are there a couple of things missing from this Thermaltake offering that other companies may have bested? Sure, there is a lack of software, a lack of profiles, a lack of Macro ability, but let's be...90
By ThinkComputers on May 02, 2013
It looks like this keyboard has got me on the mechanical keyboard bandwagon. Going from laptop-style keyboard to a mechanical gaming keyboard took some time to get used to, but I do enjoy using this keyboard. The actual feel when typing a feedback of...90
By PC Authority on April 24, 2013
Say one thing about this keyboard from Thermaltake's gaming peripherals arm – it's built like the proverbial well-made hut that we don't mention in polite company. The MEKA G1 Illuminated is, as you might guess, an iteration of the...83
By ThinkComputers on May 10, 2012
In conclusion I think this keyboard is a step in the right direction for Themaltake’s Tt-eSPORTS line. The MEKA has good things about it, but would I recommend this unit over something like the Corsair Vengeance K60 Mechanical Keyboard? The...70
By Expert Reviews on February 24, 2012
Simply one of the best mechanical keyboards we’ve had the pleasure to use...80
By TechwareLabs on January 04, 2012
Based on my impressions of the Challenger keyboard, I wasn’t expecting much. With the MEKA series, however, Thermaltake is clearly stepping up their game. While the cherry black switches are a bit stiff for everyday typing, the keyboard overall is...-
By TechwareLabs on November 30, 2011
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By Computer Shopper on November 29, 2011
The gaming-centric Meka G1 mechanical keyboard is a solid typer, with integrated USB ports and audio jacks. The keys feel squishier than on other mechanical keyboards we’ve used, but that’s by design....70
By PC Advisor on October 21, 2011
Overall, the Thermaltake Meka G1 is a pretty good deal and a fine keyboard if you prefer the non-tactile feel of Cherry Black switches. But if you want to recreate the clicky, half-press resistance of the mechanical keys from 20 years ago, you’ll...70
By HardwareHeaven on September 23, 2011
As with other mechanical keyboards we have seen recently the Meka G1 does not come with fancy macro controls or flashy illumination options, that's not what the Meka G1 is about. What Tt eSPORTS have done is stripped back all this and created a very...90