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Hello I've recently purchased a thermaltake challenger prime RGB keyboard and mouse combo and I'm very dissapointed with it. It has a problem with the spacebar key, I use my left thumb to press it when typing and most of the times it seems that the space bar registers two keystrokes at once resulting in two spaces between words in the sentences. You can notice this even in this text I'm typing and it's very annoying. I returned the keyboard to the computer shop where I bought it thinking there was something wrong with it and they gave me a brand new one. However the new keyboard has this exact same issue.Ugh. It's a shame really because if it wasn't for that it would be an excellent keyboard. I'd like to ask if there's a way to set up a sofware on Windows 10 that will prevent registering two keystrokes from the space bar at once? I'm thinking of something that will allow me to set up a delay before repeating a character when you keep a key pressed down, but that only applies to a specific key, in this case the spacebar. I don't want to set this delay for every key, only for the spacebar. Doessuch thing exist? thanks
Just thought I might mention a clear quality control issue you guys appear to be having, I recently purchased a TT esports Challenger Pro as my new gaming keyboard and immediately had a problem with it not connecting. I found the mini usb port where the cord connects was very loose which meant the keyboard was unable to maintain a signal. A large amount of force was required to gain a connection and when released the cord would immediately disconnect. Though it was possibly just the cord, either way I took it back to my seller to get a replacement. I then went home with a new Challenger Pro and after 1 hour of fussing around, I have confirmed without a doubt that the spacebar does not work on this second keyboard. It is quite clear to me that these are indicative of poor manufacturing. I suggest you take a look at your quality control procedures. Good luck.