The Challenger Ultimate oozes style all over the place. Everything from the sleek black design to the single red border just screams “I can afford an interior designer”.
Thermaltake want to mark their territory of course, so the large Tt e-sports logo is the focus of the wrist rest.
The actual key lay out is nothing special, but it should be noted that five of the T-keys have been placed alongside on the left.
Whilst the others are in the middle of nowhere on the other side of the keyboard, which seems a bit redundant in my opinion.
The actual keyboard controls for the lights, profile and such are located away above the extraneous keys.
But, most importantly: There’s a goddamn fan on my keyboard. It keeps my gaming hand nice and cool.
The reverse of the Challenger Ultimate isn’t much too look at though. There’s a small gap for threading the power cable.
There’s some cool bits along the top though. Headphone and microphone jacks as well as spare USB ports. And on the far end is a slot for keeping the fan in when it’s not being used.