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CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Mechanical Keyboard Review

Rating: 7.5.

There are no shortage of keyboards available on the market today with many companies expanding their portfolio into the ‘gaming’ sector. Today we are looking at the latest design from Cooler Master, called the CM Storm Quick Fire Pro, incorporating mechanical keys.

We have previously reviewed their CM Storm Trooper keyboard and the company also sell a CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid keyboard which all utilise the latest Cherry MX switches.

The Quick Fire Pro also offers customisable LED backlighting and several other gaming features.

The competition for gaming keyboards is certainly intense with several big brands like Corsair, Steelseries, Razer and Roccat all targeting this sector with prices ranging from around £60 to well over £100.

Specifications and Features

  • Key Switch: CHERRY Black / Blue/ Brown/ Red.
  • N-Key Rollover: 6/Full N Key.
  • Polling Rate: 1000HZ/1ms.
  • Backlighting: Partial Keys.
  • Windows Key Disable: Yes.
  • Media Keys: Yes.
  • Interface: USB 2.0 Full Speed.
  • Cable Length: 1.8 m.
  • Dimensions: 454(L) x 155(W) x 31(H) mm/ 17.9(L) x 6.1 (W) x 1.2(H) inch.
  • Weight: 1300 g / 2.86 lb.

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  • Brian

    This is almost identical to the original IBM keyboards in styling and I know for a fact im ordering one. I think ill opt for cherry blue myself as ive used them on the razer black widow ultimate and I love them, although as reviewer said, they are very loud.

  • Davis

    weird they dont make software for it, almost all of the gaming keyboard have macro software which is very indepth.

    looks quite good though. I just bought a steelseries a month or so ago and im very happy with it. id love to have a side by side with all the cherry switches as I think ive only used brown before.

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