TteSports Poseidon Z Mechanical Kailh Blue Switch Keyboard Review




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A Closer Look


The keyboard comes hard-wired USB cable, which isn’t braided as the specifications stated, whoops.

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The keyboard isn’t especially fancy to look at, but it’s nicely laid out and features a slim frame around the edge, minimising the amount of desk space it requires.

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In the top right you’ll find a toggle switch which disables the Windows key, great for gaming as you won’t accidentally toggle to your desktop in the middle of a game.

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The key caps are really nicely finished  and feature a shallow scoop to them to allow a good finger resting position.

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The keys are designed to allow the LED backlight to shine through and the space bar has been given a funky Tt Dragon logo.

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F11 and F12 can be used to adjust the backlight brightness up and down.

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F1 to F6  double as multimedia keys, which can be accessed via the FN shift key.

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Across the back of the keyboard are two rubber pads, although I’m not entirely sure what they’re for.

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On the underside you’ll find five grippy rubber pads that will help keep the keyboard planted on your desktop, as well as a three-way cable routing cut-out so you can keep that USB cable flowing in the right direction on your desk.

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The kickstands are made of plastic, but feel pretty durable, plus they’ve been treated with rubber tips to help improve grip.

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With the key caps removed we can see that the Kailh Blue switches do look very similar to Cherry MX Blue switches.

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One Response to “TteSports Poseidon Z Mechanical Kailh Blue Switch Keyboard Review”
  1. AcemanX AcemanX says:

    just got it off newegg on sale $62.99, a steal for the brown switches, blue is too loud, whether cherry or kailh

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