TteSports are the gaming branch of Thermaltake that as you might have guessed from their name, deal with eSports. While Thermaltake is well known for their chassis, coolers and other computer components, TteSports are rapidly building a solid reputation of their own based on gaming peripherals and related products.
TteSports have been producing some stunning products this last couple of years and many of them have already won awards from many sources including from us here at eTeknix, be it gaming keyboards, mice, headsets or even a LAN bag, TteSports have an interesting product range and while they've proven themselves in terms of performance the real big selling point for TteSports seems to be their price, more often than not they're cheaper than competitive brands and that trend seem set to continue with the Black Element which can be picked up for around £35 from any major online retailers.
Built with MMO gaming in mind, the Black Element is entering one of the toughest parts of the gaming mouse market and if the setup and configuration options aren't up to scratch then even a low price tag won't help win over any serious MMO gaming fans, so let's move on and put the Black Element to the test.
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