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Thermaltake Challenger Pro Keyboard Review
Author: André Gordirro
Type: Reviews Last Updated: January 17, 2011
Page: 2 of 5
Installing the Challenger Pro

The keyboard works without having to install any software, but only through the application from Thermaltake you can program the ten new keys and control the intensity of the illumination.

Challenger Pro
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Figure 7: Underside

Challenger Pro
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Figure 8: Illuminated Challenger

The software is pretty straightforward. It suggests some typical functions for each key (cut, copy, paste, print, save etc) and allows the creation of more elaborate macros according to each game and user taste. Since it's possible to create up to four different profiles, the Challenger Pro can store 40 configuration options. A timer is included to time your gaming sessions – a somewhat depressing feature once you discover how much time you've been playing World of Warcraft. Sometimes ignorance is bliss...

Challenger Pro
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Figure 9: Configuration program

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