TechPowerUp spotted several new ThermalTake gaming peripherals at Computex. This includes the Shock One headset, the MEKA mechanical gaming keyboard, and a six-button gaming mouse that is bundled with a gaming mousepad.
The MEKA keyboard is compact, does away with redundant keys (but retains the number-pad cluster), and lacks macro keys, but has mechanical keys for better tactile feedback. And finally, there's the duo of a 6-button optical gaming mouse, and XTra mouse mat from Thermaltake. While Thermaltake isn't new to making input devices, with swanky-looking Xaser Office keyboards, TT e-sports seems like a definite start for the company into this market.