Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master QuickFire Pro
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Broken key on delivery
Mr bad luck, Amazon
5 September 2013
Summary: Overall, I thought the keyboard was well built, great to type on, and fairly quiet given the mechanical nature of the beast. However, the FN key would refuse to toggle. This really wouldn't be as big of a deal to me if FN was off to begin with , but since the key was stuck in the on position, the F1-F12 keys were rendered useless - not to mention the other keys who shared the remaining alternative functions.
Summary: Doesn't work at BIOS (at least it didn't work at my BIOS screen), and will only work on windows after some drivers are installed, despite amazon listing it as mac, linux, and unix compatible at the search results: http://i.imgur.com/SDX1neq.png It feels fantastic and I was very VERY excited to plug it in and start using it.
Summary: so ive had this keyboard for about 2 months now. and since i bought it from express savings it has not function correctly for more than 3 days at a time. dont get me wrong, i have tried to ask the seller for a replacement or refund, but he was less than helpful and threatened me with restocking fees and wanted me to deal with a cumbersome manufacturer. so back to what's wrong with it.
Summary: See, if you are playing games you need to see the keys. That is great because the keyboard lights up right? Well, yes and no. The keyboard only lights up parts of itself, not the whole thing. This sucks because if you need to press any key that is not q,w,e,r,a,s,d,f,z,x,c or space... well you are out of luck.... Its kinda silly that they built in a useless "LED breathing" feature and did not think of just putting LEDs on the whole keyboard. For the price..