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Thermaltake Soprano Aluminum Keyboard

A Closer Look

If we inspect the Soprano a little closer, we can see that it is housed in brushed aluminum, with hotkeys in the top left, LEDs in the top right, and the Thermaltake logo front and center.  The first thing that crossed my mind when inspecting this keyboard was its apparent sturdiness.  It looks like you could drop a nuke on it, and it would still work just fine.  The buttons are all of a normal size, but there is little to no separation between the main keys and the number pad.  The standard “six pack” of delete, insert, page up/down, home and end has been split up and moved around.  Home, end, and the page up/down keys are above the number pad, while delete got a move above backspace, and insert makes its home down by the arrow keys.  This could be an adjustment for some users, but should not be a major one.

                            Out of wrapping                     Hotkeys
          LEDs                                          Tt Logo


  • Brushed and polished aluminum housing
  • Solid aluminum housing for structural integrity
  • Scissor switch technology for increased key lifespan
  • Zero-degree tilt to reduce wrist stress
  • Number Lock and Capital Lock blue LED indicators
  • Built-in hotkeys for Internet, Email, Favorites, Search, and Volume
  • Slide proof pads
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8 Comments... What's your say?

  1. Great review. Chose this over the Enermax Aurora, and I hope I don’t regret it. I’ll be back if I find it stinks like all of Thermaltake’s other products.

  2. I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


  3. Over all a great review. Your ability to describe and review a product with a twist of humor makes your articles fun yet informative to read. Keep up the good work.

    BTW, the comment about low profile keys was absurd any moron knows better.

  4. You are correct, I never explicitly said that the keys were low profile. I must have assumed that would be gathered from the side image showing the technology of the key. I apologize for not being explicit.

  5. I’m surprised there is no mention whether this keyboard has low profile key or not. From some of the pictures, which were all taken from bird’s eye view, it looks like low profile keys. Even some random user on Amazon said out right it is low profile keys.


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