Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master QuickFire Pro
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The brown switches are fantastic; much better than any other chiclet/membrane keyboard out ...
John Carlos, Amazon
15 October 2014
Summary: Finally, a standard key layout! The brown switches are fantastic; much better than any other chiclet/membrane keyboard out there. It's like typing on air, I love it. The brown switch version has only partial backlighting, which isn't great. Also, consider whether or not you want the numpad there. CM Storm makes a "tenkeyless" version, without the numpad.
Summary: Well made. Keys are easy to press and give positive feedback that they have been pressed. Lighting it clear but not overly bright. Pros: Easy to press keys. Positive key feedback. Lighting is a good level (not too dim, not too bright). Cons: Key click a little louder than I expected.
Summary: One of the big selling point for mechanical keyboards is their longevity, but this thing died in 4 months of very moderate use. Ironic that I had to go get an old rubber dome keyboard out of the closet to type this. Completely Dead, no lights and doesn't register any keystrokes. Would not recommend.
Summary: I've own this keyboard for about four months now and I can say this is an excellent product, it's my first mechanical keyboard so I can't really compare it with other ones but it's really a huge difference from normal membrane keyboards. It takes a bit to get used to and you will find yourself misclicking some keys at first, but you'll get used to it quickly especially if you only use that keyboard.
Summary: Well, I bought this keyboard in the hopes that I could just have an gaming improved experience, and it provided that... until after only about 15 hours of use, my A and S key stopped working. Other than that I enjoyed my time with the keyboard, but due to the fact that it broke so easily, I cannot give it more than one star. I do not recommend this keyboard, until proven otherwise.
Summary: I love the way this keyboard types. It really is fantastic. The Cherry MX Brown switches are a dream. However, the way it uses usb is finicky at best. It randomly stops working for me, even with my motherboard that has USB ports that put out extra power (the support person at CM said that the keyboard works better with a powered USB hub since it draws a little more power than most). Don't get this keyboard. It's great when it works, but it's not worth the hassle.