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A Soprano that takes a pounding

Keyboard is latest in Thermaltake's line.

Fareastgizmos

Thermaltake has got to have one of the oddest names for a high-tech company--it sounds as if it should be making long underwear, not computer hardware. (Given some of its products, it may already be qualified.) And its "Soprano" line of equipment make its branding all the more weird.

Still, Thermaltake's new USB keyboard would look good on Tony's desk, as the black brushed aluminum model would be complement any number of gunmetal finishes. Beyond its good looks, according to Fareastgizmos, the latest member of the family features keys that are ergonomically designed with contours shaped to the finger. We're not so sure about its claims for an "aerodynamic feel," but we'd never argue with a Soprano.