Tag Archives: CM Storm

CM Storm NovaTouch TKL Premium Keyboard Review

Cooler Master Novatouch TKL

Cooler Master classifies the CM Storm NovaTouch TKL Premium keyboard in the “heavy duty” category. Being a more effortless, easy touch with long lasting quality construction its market sweet spot are users who spend time typing and have no need for a 10 number keypad, gaming macros, LED lighting or large foot print on the desk. Simply put, the CM ... Read More »

Cooler Master Mizar Mouse Now Available

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Cooler Master initially showed off their Mizar with the Alcor gaming mouse at CES 2014 earlier this year in Las Vegas. Now, the right-handed contoured Mizar is finally available in the North American market.  Equipped with an Avago 9800 laser sensor, the Mizar is capable of up to 8200 DPI and can be switched up and down live through butDPI ... Read More »

CM Storm QuickFire Rapid-i Keyboard Review

CM Storm QuickFire Rapid-i

Cooler Master’s QuickFire Rapid was the first and perhaps the most popular mechanical keyboard from their CM Storm line. The critical and user response to the QFR was overwhelmingly positive due to its affordable price and excellent built quality. Since then, Cooler Master has diversified their mechanical keyboard line to cater to those who prefer the feature oriented gaming keyboards ... Read More »

Cooler Master Shows Off New Nepton Coolers and NovaTouch TKL at Computex

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More news from Taipei as Computex heats up, this time from Cooler Master announcing their latest NovaTouch TKL keyboard, a premium Hybrid electrostatic capacitive switches. Like th CM Storm Rapid-i keyboard, the NovaTouch TKL is NKRO capable (Windows only), has a polling rate of 1000Hz/1ms and uses a 1.8 meter long detachable micro-USB 2.0 connector. Key Switch Electrostatic capacitive switch ... Read More »

CM Storm Sirus-C Gaming Headset – Overview

Recently CM Storm, the gaming brand which is part of Cooler Master, announced the latest in their range of Sirus headsets. The Sirus-C is a multi-platform device with 2.2 channel technology and support for PS4; today we take an initial look at one of the first samples available. via CM Storm Sirus-C Gaming Headset – Overview. Read More »

CM Storm Mizar Laser Gaming Mouse Review | Hardware BBQ

Design wise, both mice are the same. The key different is the LED illumination for DPI switches and scroll feel, braided cord and rubber grips on the side of the mouse- the same grips that I would love to see them on CM Storm Alcor. via CM Storm Mizar Laser Gaming Mouse Review | Hardware BBQ. Read More »

Cooler Master Announces QuickFire Rapid-i Keyboard

QuickFire Rapid-i

Mechanical keyboard fans rejoice! Cooler Master has just announced that a backlit version of the hugely popular CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid tenkeyless keyboard is going to be available soon. The Quick Fire Rapid-i (for illumination) features full LED backlighting and a built-in 32-bit ARM processor for features such as responsive backlighting and light profile management. As with the original ... Read More »

CM Storm Pulse-R Gaming Headset Review | Hardware BBQ

CoolerMaster has launched their new aluminum gaming series mouse, headphone and keyboard. On the review here is their aluminum plated headset – CM Storm Pulse-R. Over the years I have reviewed many CM headsets, and I have yet to find any headset I didn’t really like so I was a bit enthusiastic to hear this one via CM Storm Pulse-R ... Read More »

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A few days ago Cooler Master has introduced the two computer mice CM Storm Mizar and Alcor. It is becoming harder to find good sounding names for computer hardware. In this case, however, Cooler Master managed to choose two names for their latest creation, arising not from imagination, because at Mizar and Alcor are two stars that are located in ... Read More »

Two New CM Storm Mice Announced (with Giveaway)

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Two new gaming devices recently showed up at the CM Storm website, named Mizar and Alcor.  Both are gaming mice sharing the same body shape but differ slightly in looks and differ greatly with the type of sensor used. Mizar uses an Avago 9800 laser sensor, capable of up to 8200 DPI and features a maximum tracking speed of 150ips/30g. ... Read More »