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Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Pro Mechanical Keyboard
19 October 2012
Conclusion: I remember the first computer I have ever used. It was a Windows 3.1 machine powered by an Intel 386 processor and fully equipped with 16KB of RAM (Woohoo!). That was my "gaming" machine -- I spent hours on it playing pinball, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, and Lemmings.
Summary: What can I say about testing a keyboard? I simply connected it and used it as I normally would. I didn't think that I would notice any difference in game, but to my surprise I did! Response time was very noticeable. There was definitely an improvement in my gaming skills.
Pros: High Quality Braided USB cable, Non Slip Feet, Long Life Cherry Mix Switches, Gold Plated Connectors, Adjustable Polling Rate, FN Lock Key, Seven Multimedia Keys, Customizable Backlit Keys
Some people will point out that the standard roll-over limit on CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Mechanical Keyboard is only 6 keys. The keyboard features a mode for full NKRO (Normal Key Roll Over) but it’s difficult to test if it actually works.
Pros: · Solid Construction, · Perfect Key Layout, · Illuminated Gaming Keys, · Key Switch Type Selection, · No Software, · No USB Port
Cons: · Solid Construction, · Perfect Key Layout, · Illuminated Gaming Keys, · Key Switch Type Selection, · No Software, · No USB Port
Conclusion: The Quick Fire Pro is everything you could expect from a full layout mechanical keyboard and at $99.99 it comes in at a respectable value for those looking to jump into a high end mechanical keyboard for their gaming needs.
Pros: Full Mechanical, Customized (not boring) key cap font, Solid Rugged Construction, Removable USB Cable, Key cap coating gives excellent Non-Slip feel
Cons: Some may not like the partial back lighting and prefer full
Excerpt: I will be completely honest with people in this review. I honestly could not tell you the difference between black switch, blue switches, red switches, brown or white switches. I never really got into competitive gaming, I mean who hasn’t really frolicked in Battlefield 3, or Call of Duty, Played a...
Pros: Cherry MX Switches, Different Modes, No software needed
Review: Coolermaster QuickFire Pro And Sentinel II Mechanical Gaming Keyboard And Mouse.
18 April 2012
Excerpt: As is true in many areas in life, the tools one uses to complete a task aren’t quite as important as the skill of the tool’s user. Translated to the world of PC gaming: Going out and buying the most expensive accessories and hardware that money can buy won’t instantly turn you into a pro capable of...
Excerpt: The very first keyboard that I owned was a rather hefty IBM mechanical one. These input devices were built well enough to let you hammer down nails and sometimes even people who dared to annoy you. However, with no frame of reference, it was easy to take this level of quality for granted.
CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Mechanical Keyboard Review
28 June 2012
Excerpt: 4 Flares 4 Flares × 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.
Conclusion: Die Coolermaster CM Storm Quickfire Pro gehört definitiv zu den besten mechanischen Tastaturen. Eine hohe Präzision (erreicht durch Cherry-MX-Red-Switches), eine leise Bedienung, ein perfekter Druckpunkt sowie eine absolut robuste und einwandfreie Verarbeitung sprechen klar FÜR die Tastatur.
Summary: Über die fehlenden Extras und die lediglich sektorenübergreifende Hintergrundbeleuchtung täuschen problemlos die hochwertige Verarbeitungsqualität und der top Anschlag der MX-Red Schalter der QuickFire Pro hinweg.
Pros: hochwertige Verarbeitungsqualität, sanfter und direkter Anschlag (MX Red), NKRO per USB, hohe Rutschfestigkeit, Beleuchtung, Multimediatasten, Plug&Play
Cons: wenig Extras (keine Handballauflage, kein zusätzlichen Anschlussmöglichkeiten), Kabelkanal zu eng, begrenzte Tastenbeleuchtung