Thermaltake Flare Board
Posted by Brann Mitchell on: 01/01/2008 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Thermaltake Flare Game Board with LED light
Price: $29.99 USD
So, I get another email. Its Hilbert. Coming to California? Why, yes he is! This, of course, was the nVidia 8800 GT launch event, which they flew the man himself out here for. So, I drive down to meet him. Hes still tall. After a site meeting, he leaves with a very hot 8800 GT (old news I know, but it's part of the story), and very much the envy of this editor, I return home to await some new products coming in for review, something a little different.
I get a small discreet package in the mail. An anonymous brown box from Xoxide. It didnt rattle, didnt buzz, and thankfully didnt tick. It was something from Thermaltake, the much vaunted cooling gear supplier. Well, theyve made a little sum-sum called the Flare Board, part of their Flare Series, which consists of this keypad and a wrist wrest.
So I settle myself in for a little hand time in a dark room come in and let's find out what!
Thermaltake's take on a gaming keybpad results in the Flare Board, a 44-Key, USB plug & play, keypad with a comfortable layout tailored for games. It's easy to use, but it feels a little mushy and we wish the LED's lit more of the keypad and less of the desk.
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