This is the Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Titanium Edition Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Speed Silver switch.
It is a gigantic sized keyboard that glows ever so beautifully, the keyboard is of a floating design so you get LED lights that are brighter than your future.
There is a video version of this review is available at my channel or you can view it from this article right at the end of this article.
In this video I won’t go through the obvious stuff, like the media keys, the Windows lock button, the audio and USB pass through and so on as those are details on the product page. I’ll cover more on user experience and also the controller app part that many haven’t.
The Cherry MX Silver Speed is said to have low 1.2mm actuation point for faster reaction times – I couldn’t feel the difference over my reds but it sure feels good, here are some of my gaming sessions with the tapping sound for your listening pleasure.
The keys are nice to press and doesn’t bottom out loud, the keycaps are thin types probably because they’re need the lights to be more vibrant.
The Level 20 RGB is a keyboard with huge footprint so mouse movement might be a little limited, it hurts sometimes as you knock on the corners are solid and sharp.
Moving on to the lights, for this part I recommend you to refer to the video (scroll to the bottom), same with the software part. In any case I spent a lot of time hunting for details about it but to no avail and even the details on the product page is scanty at best but as you can see from my recording you can change color with the app.
The app connects to the keyboard via network and this part is challenging to the tech illiterate as you need to first acquire the IP address of the PC with the keyboard. Customize your on-screen keypad the way you want, even down to the button position and from what I’ve experienced, the controls are pretty responsive but it’s definitely going to be tricky to use.
The Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Titanium Edition retails at RM 599, it’s not cheap but it’s certainly feature rich. In term of typing experience it might not be as good as some other keyboards but what it makes up for is by offering A LOT of features and that includes syncing with the Thermaltake ecosystem.
For more details do check out the official product page.
Here’s the video review.