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Harden your keyboard for battle! METALCAPS

Tt eSPORTS METALCAPS will fit with on Tt eSPORTS WEB Certified Mechanical switchesCherry MX switches with cross shaped stems

 Tt eSPORTS, a company providing professional e-Sports gaming peripherals is releasing the new METALCAPS keyboard accessory. This is to come to the aid of the mechanical keyboard community, who suffer from damaged keys due to enthusiasm or maybe anger when playing games. These  METALCAPS will be on store shelves and on premium e-tailer websites to offer users a convenient way to modify their mechanical keyboards. The keys are made with a Zinc alloy for overall durability and a solid feel while typing.

The sports metal caps will come in four varieties, as follows, as a none player I presume thses keys are the commen “Hot keys” and suffer the most:

$11.      W A S D + Esc key

$12.      Q W E R + Esc key

$13.      ↑↓←→ + Esc key

$14.      38 keys combination (all letters, punctiation, ↑↓←→, and Esc key)

The caps will fit with on Tt eSPORTS Certified Mechanical switches/Cherry MX switches with cross shaped stems.

They will first go on sale in the USA, Taiwan and Germany during July with MSRP of $19.99 USD for the three varieties containing 5 keycaps and $69.99 for the 38 keycaps.

 Global rollout will soon follow.

Thermaltake is a well known brand for gaming & DIY specialising in Case, Cooler, and PSU. Due to the constant requests for keyboards and mice from gamers and end users, Thermaltake decided to create a series of gaming keyboards, mice, and headsets with the Tt eSPORTS brand. By using Tt eSPORTS, they want to extend their product lines into the gaming industry, and provide more “personalized gaming” gears to gamers and enthusiasts worldwide. With years of experience in gaming industry, Tt eSPORTS is committed to bring the most personalised and highest quality weapons for the most competitive cyber battles, with the idea of products designed by gamers for gamers.

Taipei, Taiwan – July 7th, 2014