Packaging & Unboxing
Looking at the front of the box we see a nice picture of the MEKA PRO along with a few features such as the on-the-fly macro recording and the Cherry Blue MX key switches that this model is equipped with. From looking at the Tt eSPORTS website it looks like this model comes with several different types of key switches. This one comes with the Cherry Blue whose main feature is audible clicks when used.
Taking a look at the back of the box we see a nice diagram highlighting the different function keys and overall features of the keyboard. There is also another smaller picture advertising the four preconfigured light modes that the MEKA PRO offers. We also see some links that take us to the Tt eSPORTS website in case the buyer wants more information before making a decision.
Thermaltake provided a ton of information on the back of the box but very little on the side panels so we won’t picture those.
Time to open this box up!
Upon opening the box, we are greeted by an immediate view of the keyboard and two pamphlets. One is a quick start guide and the other a warranty manual. Taking a look at the quick start guide we see a very helpful guide to the keyboards shortcuts and built-in lighting modes. They also provide a few other bits of information such as the system requirements and box contents.
As we dig down a little further in the box we find a key puller and some custom keycaps that can be used to highlight the arrow keys and WASD keys if the player desires. I really like the design of the key puller on this set. It is much more compact and ergonomic than some of the other ones I have seen. Now that we have gotten everything removed from the box let’s take a look at the MEKA itself.