Box and Bundle
The box details some of the features of the Challenger Pro, including the fancy “hand cooling fan.”
Inside you get a felt case that holds the keyboard itself, allowing for easy and safe transportation to LANs etc.
You also get some keyboard key replacements and a key removal tool. This allows you to change a few pre-configured keys (WASD and the arrow keys) into red variants. There are also two blank ones for you to place wherever you like.
There’s also a USB to mini USB cable which when attached to the TT Challenger powers it up; as it comes without a cable pre-attached. I suppose this is for ease of transportation but to me, it sounds like a lost cable accident waiting to happen. Notice how the connector is gold. While some will like this visually, others won’t. However, it does increase durability of the USB connector itself, though this isn’t something most gamers are typically bothered with.
You also get a small 40mm fan that can be attached to either end of the keyboard to keep your hand cool; yea.
You also get a quick setup guide, a surprisingly thick manual and a driver CD.