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alaScore 88

27 reviews

Mar, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews of Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON KB-POI. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the size and durability. The usability and reliability also get good opinions.

price, reliability, usability, durability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Tt eSPORTS POSEIDON KB-POI is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 27 reviews)

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Consumer review by: NE_Rev (

Lasted about a year


I bought the keyboard when it was on sale for $69.99. Even at the sale price, to only have this keyboard last a year is disappointing. Their support seems to have no actual fix for the issue aside from replacing it. I can only assume the replacements...

Solid feel, adjustable brightness for backlit keys. I was very happy with this keyboard for the first 10 months

Just like the rest of the reviews showing up after owning the keyboard for about a year, some keys have been double-tapping. In other words, striking the "s" key once sometimes results in "ss" while you're typing. It was only happening with one key to...

Feb, 2015

Consumer review by: LoLTop (

Stopped Functioning


Worked very well for < 1 year. Very responsive, good back lighting and felt smooth

After around 8-12 months, every time I press a key, it triggers the key multiple times. If you're trying to type "hello", you might get "helloooo" or you might get "heeeeello". I take very good care of everything I own. I have a CM Storm for my gaming...

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: glenn (

good paper weight


do not buy

do not buy

alot of the keyboard dont work. it double taps or dosnt registrar at all. piece of bull pullarky

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: Michigan Wolverine (

Great Keyboard


I use it with gaming too, but if you want a keyboard with programmable keys, well this isn't it.

Beautiful bright blue back lighting is very uniform across all the keys. Keys feel great. I've had this keyboard for one year now and have had absolutely no problems. I like the small overall size and the sturdy construction. It is heavier than most...

When the back lighting is turned off, the symbols don't really show up all that well even with the room lights on, so you sort of have to always keep the back lighting on

Dec, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

Didn't last one year


stay away

Brown switch

Keys stop working- tech support is the worst

Oct, 2014

Consumer review by: wilee (

Good keyboard, good service


- Despite the very subtle tactile feedback mentioned above, there is enough depth and resistance on the keys that I don't bottom out the keystrokes with a slam, which has a noticeable and beneficial effect on typing fatigue. - Spacing feels a lot...

Better resistance than membrane keyboard ; Feels nice to type on ; Hassle-free service so far: one of the flip-out plastic struts which holds up the keyboard broke after a few months. Thermaltake sent me a new strut without fuss. It was easy to replace...

Actuation (completed keystroke) tactile feedback does coincide with the tactile feedback. However, the feedback is subtle and hard to notice unless you depress the key very slowly, so I don't really feel it while typing. Don't know whether this is a...

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: Scinvera (

I am Happy with this $90 purchase


OUCH - this review is on the KAYLE blue switch edition made in China - I am a Typist, Heavy Excel User and Audio Editor. i have nothing to complain about - the keyboard is nice and I am happy that they have made a solid entry level back lit keyboard...

responsive -KL!!!!CKLY LIKE YOU LIKE IT - The blue color stands out - basic format that fits any where and can be taken on the GO! - unit has weight that make a solid unit - only 1 USB cord - keyboard combination allowed me to Function lock and enabled...

I am not a gamer but a Mechanical Keyboard is a must so these are my CONS - would have been great to have another lever of angle for the keyboard besides just the single arch. Instructions on how to perform a Fn Lock. "Ctrl+Alt+Alt+Fn" because my asus...

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: Miguel (



This is the first mechanical keyboard I have owned and so far it has been perfect. None of the LEDs have died on me and the keys are not fading like other membrane keyboards I have owned. At this price you get full LED, full Num Pad, and multimedia...

Blue LED ; Cherry MX Brown ; Smaller than other mechanical keyboards ; Inexpensive (got it for around $89) ; Win lock button ; Multimedia Keys

Indicator lights (Caps lock, Num Lock, etc.) is very bright ; A bit tall without wrist rest

Jul, 2014

Consumer review by: AJ (



So far I'm loving this keyboard! Cheap and worth the money! Brown switches still have that tactile feel but without the click. And those blue LEDs that peer through the keys and the option to adjust brightness is just great!

Love the blue LED lets ; Brown Switches not so loud/no click and still has that tactile feel ; Heavy and solid, so you know its quality

No wrist rest

Jul, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (



1. Not too loud for a mechanical keyboard (Brown switches) ; 2. Simple layout without an excess of useless media keys (if you don't want them ; 3. Switch to turn of Windows key is useful at times

Could use more brightness options on the backlit keys, or at least memory of last brightness setting

Jul, 2014