Thermaltake Reveal Level 20 Keyboards With Cherry and Razer Switches
Peter Donnell / 6 months ago
Level 20 Keyboard
Is the world ready for another RGB keyboard? You bet your ass it is, especially when it looks as good as the Level 20. Following on from the naming system of their Level 20 chassis, this new keyboard comes with full per-key RGB. It’s equipped with Cherry switches too, stepping away from their usual use of Kailh switches.
The RGB layout looks great, but I really love the addition of a separator between the keyboard and numberpad. It’s a small RGB flair, but it works well. Not just normal RGB either, as it features the latest TT Sync technology, which also comes with Alexa support, as do all TT RGB products this year it seems. “Alexa, tell TT to set colours to rainbow!” The stock, if you can call it that, Titanium version, comes with a slick aluminium top panel. There’s also a Razer edition, amazingly, which features Razer Green switches. Now that’s a cross over we didn’t see coming!
The Neptune Pro is also mechanical, but feature a more toned down appearance and single colour (Blue) LED lighting. The Cherry MX Speed model is 149 USD, the Blue for 139 USD, while the Razer Green will be 129 USD. No price on the Neptune Pro just yet, but I would guess 99 USD or less.
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