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Cooler Master CM Storm Quickfire Stealth Mechanical Keyboard

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Conclusion & Final Thoughts

 

Cooler Master CM Storm Quickfire Stealth Mechanical Keyboard

The CM Storm Quickfire Stealth features a FN key. This key gives access to repeat rate adjustments (PS/2 mode only), Multimedia keys, and Win-Lock keys. The repeat rate adjustment allow custom repeat rates to input commands faster in-game. The Win-Lcok function locks out the Windows keys so that you won’t end up with the Start Menu on screen during a crucial moment.

Overall I felt the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth is a worthy keyboard. It has minimalist features (hence the Stealth name) but functions like a top notch fighter. For me, missing the ten-key was annoying but can easily be gotten over. I found that without the ten-key and the removable USB cable, traveling with the keyboard was much easier. Ergonomically the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth is pretty much like every “flat” style keyboard. I don’t use the ergonomic keyboards as they tend to confuse me. I found that during late night gaming the red key caps stand out quite a bit more than I expected and I could easily see them with just the light emitting from the monitors. If you have not used a mechanical keyboard, my advice is to go find some with different switches in them. Figure out what you like. There is quite a difference between the membrane and mechanical keyboards. There is a positive “click” to the switch as well as a sound that reminds me of the old typewriters. The CM Storm Quickfire Stealth lacks the features of other keyboards, but do not let that distract you. This keyboard fits nicely into the Quickfire lineup.

 

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