Thermaltake Challenger Pro


Thermaltake Challenger Pro Review


Thermaltake Challenger Pro. A hardcore sounding name for an interesting looking product. It’s got a dark black finish with some fancy red lighting. Not only that, but a built in fan and macro keys, a small wrist rest; all the kinds of things that an erstwhile gamer, or one that considers themselves a “pro” may be looking for. Today I test out this fancy looking keyboard from Thermaltake; let’s see what I make of it.



Interface: USB
Operational systems: WindowsR 7/Vista/XP
Number of Macro keys: 10
Number of Multimedia keys: 6
2.0 USB port: 2
Switch lifecycle: 10 Millions
Cable length: 2m
Body dimension (LxWxH): 505x 195x 27mm


Fan Speed: 6,000 RPM(±15%)
Max. airflow: 2.7CFM
Noise level: 21.7dB
Rate voltage: DC 5.0V
Life expectancy: 50,000 HRS
Body dimension (LxWxH): 30x30x10mm


Last modified: February 15, 2011

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