Tt eSPORTS Meka Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

/ 7 years ago

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PackagingThe size of the box did surprise me, it was smaller in length than the keyboard I am writing this on now, so we can only assume Tt eSPORTS have kept it small.

The sides of the box are obviously fairly thin and so they do not have much on them.

This leaves the back of the box to cater for the features and specifications, although they kept it compressed to 4 features.

I think we can safely say that they are not expecting the packaging to sell the product as much as other manufacturers.

Included within this box is a black Tt eSPORTS wallet or envelope style which we expect to hold any documentation or CDs.

In the case of the Tt eSPORTS Meka Gaming keyboard we have a quick-install guide and a warranty booklet. There is no Driver CD or even the more expected carry case which is unlike Tt.

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4 Responses to “Tt eSPORTS Meka Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review”
  1. gaetan says:

    Let the windows key go, will you :pGreat review, I'm disappointed as well about the comfort, I thought that it would be better, specially if its for gaming, but still, silver isn't bad 🙂

  2. Please stop making reviews multiple pages long. I know you guys (and other review sites) do it to get more page views. I will not be reading your site in the future because of this. It’s super annoying.

    • eTeknix says:

      Hi Andrew, we have stopped publishing many of our reviews on multiple pages, you’ve just read an artcile that was published nearly two years ago 🙂

      A more recent example

      Thanks for the feedback

    • No. Have you ever thought about the fact that you need multiple pages to display everything. Could you imagine reading a processor or graphics card review with everything on one page? You’d have to load about 50 images and 4000 words. It has nothing to do with getting page views, it is all to do with organising the content in a convenient way so people can read what they want to read. In addition to that having less images on one page, means people can load each page faster and start reading right away. For some reviews I can understand it, but for most things its not applicable to have only one page.

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