Upon plugging in the mousepad to the computer you can see the RGB turn on and start to cycle. The dragon logo in the bottom left corner also lights up with RGB and that was a nice touch that I wasn’t expecting. I did have to scroll to the bottom of the product page and find the software that was linked to this product. It would’ve been nice to see them implement this product into their Tt eSPORTS Gaming Software. After launching the software for the first time, this is what I saw.
On the top, we see 3 profile tabs and a 4th that says fingerprint. We will get into the fingerprint portion of this software later. On the right side, we see a couple of buttons they are from left to right: A reset button, a technical support button that upon pressing takes us to Thermaltake's website, a mousepad help button, the exit button, and the settings button.
Spectrum Running; This mode cycles all of the main colors one at a time. It can be sped up or slowed down. The brightness can also be adjusted.
Pulse: This is 1 color that turns on and then off again. You can set it to one static color or you can randomize it. The brightness can be adjusted as well.
Wave: Multiple colors run along the outside edge of the mousepad. This can be set to run either clockwise or counterclockwise. The brightness can be adjusted as well.
Static: This is one color of your choice that is always on.