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.
Summary: Heavy with great build quality, this keyboard does not feel like a toy. I do find that the sharp edges of the keys sometimes confuse my hand positioning, so it would be nice to have full back lighting as an option but this is hardly a big issue for a high quality keyboard at this price.
Summary: I bought this to replace the keyboard at my office. Normally I am using a Tt eSports with MX Blacks. The browns have a more subdued click than the blues I have used before. Thankfully they are much quitter than the blues but are still quite noticeable shall we say.
Summary: I ordered this keyboard after reading online reviews both here and other websites. The keyboard itself feels great and the price is right, I really like it. However, I have already had a hardware failure in less than 2 days: the F key has stopped functioning altogether.
Summary: Very nice keyboard. I was told Cherry MX Brown keys were quieter than blues, but these are still pretty loud for someone coming from a silent rubber-dome keyboard. I am told you can buy rubber dampeners for the keys to make them quieter.
Summary: Using it for hours a day at my workplace, where I put in plenty of typing time. I do find the toggle functionality of the "Fn" key a bit annoying, as opposed to having one that I could just hold down when needed. Otherwise, pretty solid. Glad to have that solid click to each key.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I am perfectly satisfied with this keyboard. It looks good, feels very solidly built and feels great to type on although for some that may take getting used to. Downsides?