• Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
  • Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01
Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01

Thermaltake Tt e Sports Poseidon Z RGB Software Controlled 16.8 Million Color Brown Switches Mechanical Gaming Keyboard KB-PZR-KBBRUS-01

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  • RGB mechanical brown key switches and customizable RGB backlighting over 16.8M colors per-key
  • Full programmable keyboard to assign a macro to any key
  • Full anti-ghosting and N-Key rollover on USB
  • Blue LED with 4 levels of brightness control
  • Built-In key-switch between window mode and game mode
  • 5 Year Warranty

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and while it sarted out great, over time tthe keyboards arted to malfuncion with ... **disclaimer** I will not edit anything after this sentence so you guys get an idea of how this keyboard types after 1.5 years of use; all errors are due to keyboard malfunctions (mainly T, H, and space bar).----------I purchased his keyboard almost 2 years ago, and while it sarted out great, over time tthe keyboards arted to malfuncion with he keys. I could press down a button and it wont register it at all, or would regiser it twice in a row. For instance, sommetimes I press "T" and It would show up as " " or "TT." same thing happens wih the space bar, where insead of putting down one space, it would put down two. Typing wih his keyboard becomes a real nuisance. It will also uncommonly l ag some of my keysrokes or add an extra space between words where i never ineded a space to be. It's legit he most annoying keyboard anyone could have ever asked for. I'm currentlyl ooking ino a replacemen.------The above was written without fixing any errors that my keyboard caused. This keyboard sucks. 1RMA-ed once, key bounce/chatter on both boards So I had to update my review on this item.If you can avoid purchasing this keyboard, I would definitely recommend STAYING AWAY.The reason that I warn you is because these are extremely cheap for a mechanical keyboard, and once you start to experience key bounce and chatter you learn exactly why. The responsiveness of the keyboard is fine, the keys are made well, back lit , etc but the switches seem to be bad quality and that's my guess as to why TteSPORTS has been trying to sell these off for cheap.I previously RMA-ed my keyboard with TteSPORTS, their customer service was decent, and received another one. It was working fine for a couple weeks then the chatter/bounce started to happen again. I originally thought it was dust, so I bought a keyboard cover which I have not taken off once.I sent them an email yesterday, and also today without a response. If I could, I would return this keyboard and shell out a bit more for another one. I completely regret this purchase after having to RMA this keyboard and receiving a "newer" one of equal quality and experiencing the same problem.Tt eSPORTS, if you know that the same error keeps happening, what makes you so confident that when you send out another, of the same product, that it will not be equally as defective?If you don't believe me, this entire review was written with my Poseidon keyboard. Look for the double spaces, they are blatantly there. *turns out, amazon edits these so that double spaces aren't there.*took customer service 3 days to get back to me on my issue, and even then only offered the same product replacement. 2Works great at first. Then Problems. RMA needs your credit card In short, do NOT buy TTesports keyboard.As many said here, this is a great, compact, full size keyboard when it worked. It has been good for me for 2.5 years.Recently, it started double spacing inconsistently. Then the letter "u" and numeric "9" aren't responsive some time. Switching USB and cleaning doesn't solve the problems.I contacted Thermaltake and followed RMA procedure. and guess what.. they want my credit card info. They need to charge me first to get the manufacture approve. Then they'll refund me the money. FORGET IT.Do not waste your money. I purchased this KB here on June 2015 1Double keystrokes and transposed keystrokes make this mostly unusable. This keyboard started out wonderful, but eventually began to show signs of problems. At first, I'd see some keys not beiing responsiive, but that seemed to fade away so I diidn't think much of it. Much later, I noticed that while I type, I very often am met wiith te keyboard double-registering keystrokes. Of course, this is problematic iin that it slows down my ttyypiing because I have to go back and correct most tthiings I ttpye. Itt's diisasterous when it comes to passwords. IIt seems to also sometimies transpose keystrokes, so I end up with "teh" instead of "the". This reviiew will be leftt uncorrected so that you can see the problem II'm faced with. Of course, by timie I got around to checkinig the warranty niformatoin, t's now just past te warranty expiration. 1Lasted about three years and nine months I liked near everything about the keyboard and used it every day for the usual typing tasks as well as gaming. Unfortunately it didn't stand the test of time. It was still going (and technically still is) however a couple months ago it started registering extra keystrokes on many keys to the point that it was hindering my use of it. Eventually I got so sick of needing to re-type passwords and other text that I decided it was just time to retire it. This time I went with another brand in the hope that it would last longer. This keyboard has lower profile keys on it that I prefer to the replacement I got so that's a bummer but I hope it will be just a matter of getting used it.Overall, 2.5 to 3 stars is probably fair for this. It worked well and I didn't have any trouble with it for most of its lifetime but it needs to be made of sturdier stuff. 3Good keyboard while new but no longer reliable after 2-3 years. Worked well when new. Bought in March 2015, but by 2017 the keys weren't being responsive. They felt good and all while they were working but now the keyboard is unusable. Half of the keys no longer respond regularly, maybe 1 out of ~3-6 key presses. Reached out to customer support because it's supposed to have a long warranty but no response whatsoever.Thought it was the connection with my PC so I brought it around to work or office and tried with different computers. That's when I fully realized the keyboard was just breaking down.A keyboard should last more than 2-3 years. Especially at this price (bought for ~$80). 2Warranty Dodgers! I really enjoyed this keyboard until it started Ghosting. I used it almost a year before the ghosting started to occur. I felt confident that I would be able to get this repaired due to how much they boast in their warranty, however, I've tried several times to contact the manufacturer but haven't heard a single thing back. 3 different emails giving them at least 2 weeks in between to contact me and not a single peep from them. I have tried cleaning it out with a can of air but still the ghosting occurs.I'll definitely be getting another mechanical keyboard but NEVER AGAIN FROM Tt eSPORTS.Don't risk it, just save up 10 to 20 more dollars and go with something better. 1Nice keyboard -- at first! After about a year tthis keyboard started double-strikking some times, not striking at all other times. No big deal, you mightt think, in these days of spellcheck & autocorrectt. True, just a minor annoyance, until you ttry entering passwords. When you're entering a long password with the characters masked, you don't kknow until the password fails that there was a problem. Add to that the fact that many sites lock you out after three fails, and this problem quickly becomes more than a minor annoyance. I've also had confirmation e-mails sent to the wrong e-mail address a number of times because of this problem.I really liked the feel of the keystrrokes, but after a year or so, this has just become too big a problem to keep using. Back to th standard issue keyboard for me, I'm afraid.[Mar 2019 edit] I after writing the first review, I noticed that the keyboard was still under warranty. I got a replacement, and lo & behold, a little over a year later, the double-strokes have begun to return again. Now that the original warranty has expired, I'll be looking for another keyboard soon. Rest assured it won't be one of these. 1it sucks all of the keys double type every other letter ... it sucks all of the keys double type every other letter when typing, it is extremely annoyingcontinues to miss type every other word. I don't recommend this as all. 1Worked great at first, now after 4 bad boards in a row I'm beginning to think this was a huge mistake, we will see.............. O.K. I'm always getting on people for writing a complaint as opposed to a review of a working product and to wait until they get a working product before writing a realistic review of said product.Well with that said I have worked in the Computer field as the shops head tech and hardware buyer since back in 1994. So I many years of hands on with building new servers, workstations, gaming systems, networking, and doing tons of research on computer hardware before buying it for the store.This is not an easy job but I love the doing the research and staying up to date with computers and computer hardware.So when I saw these new mechanical keyboards being sold and how popular they were for both gaming and typing I thought do some research and give one a try.I chose the Brown Switch version of this Thermaltake Poseidon single key back lite keyboard at a fair price I jumped at it.Now I really, really ,wanted to love this keyboard and did for a few months with my first one. It began really screwing up after that 2 month period which forced me to send it back with a RMA..Now it cost me nearly $20 to return this via the U.S.P.O standard mail. I received a replacement that failed within 2 days which was really a horrible feeling.Well, understanding that all computer hardware has a failure rate and these being new keyboards I figured I just had some bad luck.O.K. now for return #2 back for replacement. The good news: Thermaltake sent me a pre-paid UPS label so the return shipping was free.I received the( third ) keyboard about 2 weeks later and it also looked new out of the box. I then began seeing problem keys right away within minutes out of the box. I was really shocked by this and a tad upset.I emailed Thermaltake for a new replacement label and they sent me one. Now I was waiting for replacement keyboard #4 and guess what it arrived about 2 weeks later and I'm having issues with it as I type this review right now.In all my years dealing with computer hardware I have never had 4 bad anything after a RMA. In fact this is by far the worst RMA experience I have ever had with any piece of hardware. I once had a Asus Radon 6950 that failed about 2 months short of it's 3 year warranty and received a bad card in the RMA they sent back. This was also taken care of by Asus with a free return label and a fully functional video card on the second RMA attempt.All other of my personal RMAs for all other hardware was functional on the first RMA replacement . So although parts will fail most computer hardware companies will get you a replacement that works on the second attempt.Well with this keyboard I have had nothing but failure after failure and it's really getting old at this point.The only other components I have had really bad issues with: LG Blue Ray burner BD-RE that dies within a year and was only warrantied for months, a LG DVD-RW that also failed just after a year and was barely used as a back up drive.No more LG anything for me or the shop!!!I also have had bad luck with the Pioneer BD-RE that just failed out with only 2 months left on a 1 year warranty and I'm still wondering if Pioneer will actually honor the warranty or not?As far as this keyboard goes I simply can't believe I'm the only one with all these key stroke failures? It's highly improbable that I'm the only end user that has had lots of problems with this Brown switch keyboard!So for now I'll keep the review/complaint at 3 stars but when I send this keyboard back for the fifth attempt at a fully working keyboard it better work!If it does not I'll simply change my review to a 1 star complaint with a side note of 5 bad keyboards over the last 5 months.Now this keyboard has a 5 year warranty but I find no comfort in this warranty when every single keyboard I have had just will not function correctly at all. If I had a single key sticking I would simply deal with it. This is not the case as every one of these boards has had more than a single key stoke problem.I really hope I have just had a really long run of bad luck from a bad production run, but I highly doubt this is the case.Sincerely, Steven Level 3
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and while it sarted out great, over time tthe keyboards arted to malfuncion with ... **disclaimer** I will not edit anything after this sentence so you guys get an idea of how this keyboard types after 1.5 years of use; all errors are due to keyboard malfunctions (mainly T, H, and space bar).----------I purchased his keyboard almost 2 years ago, and while it sarted out great, over time tthe keyboards arted to malfuncion with he keys. I could press down a button and it wont register it at all, or would regiser it twice in a row. For instance, sommetimes I press "T" and It would show up as " " or "TT." same thing happens wih the space bar, where insead of putting down one space, it would put down two. Typing wih his keyboard becomes a real nuisance. It will also uncommonly l ag some of my keysrokes or add an extra space between words where i never ineded a space to be. It's legit he most annoying keyboard anyone could have ever asked for. I'm currentlyl ooking ino a replacemen.------The above was written without fixing any errors that my keyboard caused. This keyboard sucks. 1RMA-ed once, key bounce/chatter on both boards So I had to update my review on this item.If you can avoid purchasing this keyboard, I would definitely recommend STAYING AWAY.The reason that I warn you is because these are extremely cheap for a mechanical keyboard, and once you start to experience key bounce and chatter you learn exactly why. The responsiveness of the keyboard is fine, the keys are made well, back lit , etc but the switches seem to be bad quality and that's my guess as to why TteSPORTS has been trying to sell these off for cheap.I previously RMA-ed my keyboard with TteSPORTS, their customer service was decent, and received another one. It was working fine for a couple weeks then the chatter/bounce started to happen again. I originally thought it was dust, so I bought a keyboard cover which I have not taken off once.I sent them an email yesterday, and also today without a response. If I could, I would return this keyboard and shell out a bit more for another one. I completely regret this purchase after having to RMA this keyboard and receiving a "newer" one of equal quality and experiencing the same problem.Tt eSPORTS, if you know that the same error keeps happening, what makes you so confident that when you send out another, of the same product, that it will not be equally as defective?If you don't believe me, this entire review was written with my Poseidon keyboard. Look for the double spaces, they are blatantly there. *turns out, amazon edits these so that double spaces aren't there.*took customer service 3 days to get back to me on my issue, and even then only offered the same product replacement. 2Works great at first. Then Problems. RMA needs your credit card In short, do NOT buy TTesports keyboard.As many said here, this is a great, compact, full size keyboard when it worked. It has been good for me for 2.5 years.Recently, it started double spacing inconsistently. Then the letter "u" and numeric "9" aren't responsive some time. Switching USB and cleaning doesn't solve the problems.I contacted Thermaltake and followed RMA procedure. and guess what.. they want my credit card info. They need to charge me first to get the manufacture approve. Then they'll refund me the money. FORGET IT.Do not waste your money. I purchased this KB here on June 2015 1Double keystrokes and transposed keystrokes make this mostly unusable. This keyboard started out wonderful, but eventually began to show signs of problems. At first, I'd see some keys not beiing responsiive, but that seemed to fade away so I diidn't think much of it. Much later, I noticed that while I type, I very often am met wiith te keyboard double-registering keystrokes. Of course, this is problematic iin that it slows down my ttyypiing because I have to go back and correct most tthiings I ttpye. Itt's diisasterous when it comes to passwords. IIt seems to also sometimies transpose keystrokes, so I end up with "teh" instead of "the". This reviiew will be leftt uncorrected so that you can see the problem II'm faced with. Of course, by timie I got around to checkinig the warranty niformatoin, t's now just past te warranty expiration. 1Lasted about three years and nine months I liked near everything about the keyboard and used it every day for the usual typing tasks as well as gaming. Unfortunately it didn't stand the test of time. It was still going (and technically still is) however a couple months ago it started registering extra keystrokes on many keys to the point that it was hindering my use of it. Eventually I got so sick of needing to re-type passwords and other text that I decided it was just time to retire it. This time I went with another brand in the hope that it would last longer. This keyboard has lower profile keys on it that I prefer to the replacement I got so that's a bummer but I hope it will be just a matter of getting used it.Overall, 2.5 to 3 stars is probably fair for this. It worked well and I didn't have any trouble with it for most of its lifetime but it needs to be made of sturdier stuff. 3Good keyboard while new but no longer reliable after 2-3 years. Worked well when new. Bought in March 2015, but by 2017 the keys weren't being responsive. They felt good and all while they were working but now the keyboard is unusable. Half of the keys no longer respond regularly, maybe 1 out of ~3-6 key presses. Reached out to customer support because it's supposed to have a long warranty but no response whatsoever.Thought it was the connection with my PC so I brought it around to work or office and tried with different computers. That's when I fully realized the keyboard was just breaking down.A keyboard should last more than 2-3 years. Especially at this price (bought for ~$80). 2Warranty Dodgers! I really enjoyed this keyboard until it started Ghosting. I used it almost a year before the ghosting started to occur. I felt confident that I would be able to get this repaired due to how much they boast in their warranty, however, I've tried several times to contact the manufacturer but haven't heard a single thing back. 3 different emails giving them at least 2 weeks in between to contact me and not a single peep from them. I have tried cleaning it out with a can of air but still the ghosting occurs.I'll definitely be getting another mechanical keyboard but NEVER AGAIN FROM Tt eSPORTS.Don't risk it, just save up 10 to 20 more dollars and go with something better. 1Nice keyboard -- at first! After about a year tthis keyboard started double-strikking some times, not striking at all other times. No big deal, you mightt think, in these days of spellcheck & autocorrectt. True, just a minor annoyance, until you ttry entering passwords. When you're entering a long password with the characters masked, you don't kknow until the password fails that there was a problem. Add to that the fact that many sites lock you out after three fails, and this problem quickly becomes more than a minor annoyance. I've also had confirmation e-mails sent to the wrong e-mail address a number of times because of this problem.I really liked the feel of the keystrrokes, but after a year or so, this has just become too big a problem to keep using. Back to th standard issue keyboard for me, I'm afraid.[Mar 2019 edit] I after writing the first review, I noticed that the keyboard was still under warranty. I got a replacement, and lo & behold, a little over a year later, the double-strokes have begun to return again. Now that the original warranty has expired, I'll be looking for another keyboard soon. Rest assured it won't be one of these. 1it sucks all of the keys double type every other letter ... it sucks all of the keys double type every other letter when typing, it is extremely annoyingcontinues to miss type every other word. I don't recommend this as all. 1Worked great at first, now after 4 bad boards in a row I'm beginning to think this was a huge mistake, we will see.............. O.K. I'm always getting on people for writing a complaint as opposed to a review of a working product and to wait until they get a working product before writing a realistic review of said product.Well with that said I have worked in the Computer field as the shops head tech and hardware buyer since back in 1994. So I many years of hands on with building new servers, workstations, gaming systems, networking, and doing tons of research on computer hardware before buying it for the store.This is not an easy job but I love the doing the research and staying up to date with computers and computer hardware.So when I saw these new mechanical keyboards being sold and how popular they were for both gaming and typing I thought do some research and give one a try.I chose the Brown Switch version of this Thermaltake Poseidon single key back lite keyboard at a fair price I jumped at it.Now I really, really ,wanted to love this keyboard and did for a few months with my first one. It began really screwing up after that 2 month period which forced me to send it back with a RMA..Now it cost me nearly $20 to return this via the U.S.P.O standard mail. I received a replacement that failed within 2 days which was really a horrible feeling.Well, understanding that all computer hardware has a failure rate and these being new keyboards I figured I just had some bad luck.O.K. now for return #2 back for replacement. The good news: Thermaltake sent me a pre-paid UPS label so the return shipping was free.I received the( third ) keyboard about 2 weeks later and it also looked new out of the box. I then began seeing problem keys right away within minutes out of the box. I was really shocked by this and a tad upset.I emailed Thermaltake for a new replacement label and they sent me one. Now I was waiting for replacement keyboard #4 and guess what it arrived about 2 weeks later and I'm having issues with it as I type this review right now.In all my years dealing with computer hardware I have never had 4 bad anything after a RMA. In fact this is by far the worst RMA experience I have ever had with any piece of hardware. I once had a Asus Radon 6950 that failed about 2 months short of it's 3 year warranty and received a bad card in the RMA they sent back. This was also taken care of by Asus with a free return label and a fully functional video card on the second RMA attempt.All other of my personal RMAs for all other hardware was functional on the first RMA replacement . So although parts will fail most computer hardware companies will get you a replacement that works on the second attempt.Well with this keyboard I have had nothing but failure after failure and it's really getting old at this point.The only other components I have had really bad issues with: LG Blue Ray burner BD-RE that dies within a year and was only warrantied for months, a LG DVD-RW that also failed just after a year and was barely used as a back up drive.No more LG anything for me or the shop!!!I also have had bad luck with the Pioneer BD-RE that just failed out with only 2 months left on a 1 year warranty and I'm still wondering if Pioneer will actually honor the warranty or not?As far as this keyboard goes I simply can't believe I'm the only one with all these key stroke failures? It's highly improbable that I'm the only end user that has had lots of problems with this Brown switch keyboard!So for now I'll keep the review/complaint at 3 stars but when I send this keyboard back for the fifth attempt at a fully working keyboard it better work!If it does not I'll simply change my review to a 1 star complaint with a side note of 5 bad keyboards over the last 5 months.Now this keyboard has a 5 year warranty but I find no comfort in this warranty when every single keyboard I have had just will not function correctly at all. If I had a single key sticking I would simply deal with it. This is not the case as every one of these boards has had more than a single key stoke problem.I really hope I have just had a really long run of bad luck from a bad production run, but I highly doubt this is the case.Sincerely, Steven Level 3
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