Thermaltake’s product array, which runs the gamut from starter kits to build-your-own gaming configurations, was part of the recent NATM vendor show. Its offerings include PC case designs, power supplies, cooling devices, mice, keyboards and other gaming products that tap into the eSports craze.
The company’s Ttsports by Thermaltake’s Knucker 4-in-1 Gaming Kit ($59.99) includes all the peripheral elements needed for gaming except the PC, including a backlit gaming keyboard, 2400dpi optical gaming mouse, a stereo gaming headset outfitted with 40mm drivers and a mouse pad specially designed for speed.
Typical of the company’s individual offerings is the Thermaltake X1 keyboard, with mechanical keys that preserve a tactile feel during play ($130) and the Iris mouse ($29.99), featuring 20 million click capacity, a 5000dpi optical sensor, aural illumination at its base, and six programmable buttons.
Thermaltake also offers the XComfort Air, a chair designed with built-in fans in the armrests to keep gamers cool and focused during the most challenging contests.