The CHALLENGER PRIME RGB Membrane Gaming Gear Combo – Packs a whole lot of features at a budget friendly price with enhanced colorbar concepts, our basic customizable backlighting has been evolved for extreme customization. It gives a spectrum of visual effects featuring multi colors and provided users the easiest way to tune and most importantly, it colors up your life! Brightness can further adjusted via the dial in the front center of the keyboard. As with the CHALLENGER series of keyboards, the CHALLENGER Prime also features onboard memory for setting the dedicate macro keys. In addition, there are multimedia keys, shortcut keys, repeat rate and poll rate adjustment keys!
The CHALLENGER PRIME RGB keyboard uses multi colors that lightens up the gorgeous colors, differentiate it from others as it brings the amazing colors for astounding appearance! You can customize the lighting colors to any colors you like with the software! It also comes with 4 lighting effects include pulse, pulse jumping, spectrum running and static lighting. Plus, CHALLENGER PRIME RGB also built with an astonishing 6 levels of brightness (included OFF) and 3 lighting effects speed. Tt eSPORTS engineered a real RGB keyboard which offers better and stronger colors and features that fit all needs! With all these beautiful colors on this membrane keyboard, you can color up your keyboard and power up in your battle!
The CHALLENGER Prime RGB has an addition feature as games can now record macros on-the-fly without using the software! We’ve implemented a dedicated switch on the keyboard (Fn-Insert) that allows you to record and assign quick macro functions on-the-fly to the board, even without using software. The CHALLENGER Prime RGB also comes with 6 dedicated macro keys, which amounts to 18 programmable macros when paired up with the 3 storable profiles. Switch between profiles with the dedicated M1, M2, and M3 keys. In addition to macro functions, the WASD and arrow keys may be toggled to have their functions switched interchangeably (Fn+↑). Via software, users can map keys to another one to switch their function (re-mapped keys only show up in Game Mode, in Normal mode all keys return to their regular functions)!