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    Default Thermaltake Challenger Pro Gaming Keyboard

    Today we will be looking at one of their newest additions to Thermaltake's peripheral line-up: the Challenger Pro gaming keyboard. It has a sleek aesthetic, programmable macros, backlighting, and a docking station. Letís dive into the review and see what Thermaltake has to offer the gaming community.



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    Looks like a nice board and priced very reasonably.

    Good review Steve, thanks

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    Seem to be very excellent but little overkill for me.
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    Good review Steve! Great board at a decent price.

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