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Cooler Master SGK-4000
8.7 out of 10

Cooler Master SGK-4000

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Overall 10

Have tried it hooked up to laptop, but brought for gaming pc we are building.

tnkbrandon-2008, Ebay
21 March 2016
  • Summary: Worked great hooked up to a laptop but bought for a gaming pc we are in the process of building.
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Overall 8

good product but not perfect

hqiq1934.hm9hjsnpv, Ebay
10 October 2015
  • Summary: The keyboard works fine, but I feel a little harsh when typing.
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Overall 10

No regrets

Ronald W., Newegg
20 November 2014
  • Summary: This is the most money I've ever spent on a keyboard and I was definitely concerned about making poor choices, but I absolutely love this keyboard. Best investment I could have made.
  • Pros: Quiet, clean, a pleasure to use. Lack of a 10-key pad frees up desk space and allows the mouse and keyboard to be closer together (I don't feel like I'm sprawled all over my desk when I'm gaming).
  • Cons: Lack of a 10-key pad when I need to input numbers. I've had this keyboard for more than a year and I'd hoped to be used to this by now, but I'm not (probably because keyboard at work has one). I don't regret getting a keyboard without 10-key, but I definitely didn't realize that I used it that mu...
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Overall 10

Decent Keyboard

Yang K., Newegg
14 June 2014
  • Summary: Very decent Cherry MX red keyboard. My previous keyboard was C* K90. It was great keyboard as well. However, after it dead after 2 years of use, I decided to get a simple, and tenkeyless keyboard. This keyboard was the perfect choice for me.
  • Pros: 1. Tenkeyless but full mechanical, less than $100. 2. Durable and detachable cable. 3. Can be easily customized by third party key caps. 4. Printings are on the side of key caps. Looks cool, and will not be faded. 5. Heavy enough to stay still while typing or playing games so hard. :D Also, light...
  • Cons: 1. No LED (I knew it so it does not matter). 2. For me, key-cap font is ugly.
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Overall 10

Great budget mechanical keyboard

Matthew S., Newegg
10 June 2014
  • Summary: Great budget keyboard, would recommend to anyone who needs a quality mechanical keyboard as an entry board, or an enthusiast who needs a cheaper spare.
  • Pros: Made by same OEM as Filco, which is the main reason I purchased it besides the pricetag. My old Filco with brown switches stayed behind when I moved so after using a cheap rubber dome for some time I decided to get another mechanical. My first time using red switches but I love them just as much ...
  • Cons: None that I have noticed so far. The branding might throw a few people off, but unless you use the cooler master spare keycaps this really has none aside from the CM Storm logo that is tucked away on the back of the keyboard. Some people do not like the LEDs being built into the lock keys, but it...
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Overall 6

somewhat disappointed

Louis L., Newegg
30 May 2014
  • Pros: small, has discrete home, end, del keys
  • Cons: Key symbols are EXTREMELLY small particularly ones such as single, double quote, paren, bracket, period, comma, etc. Keyboard is a tiny bit high, typing angle could be better; negligible compared to symbol size
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Overall 10

Awesome Keyboard

Freddy L., Newegg
5 March 2014
  • Summary: Awesome keyboard for the price, wrote this review with the keyboard! Would definitely recommend, you cant beat these blue switches!
  • Pros: Blue Cherry MX Key Switches, Stealth Keys, Simplistic Design, Has a nice hefty weight, Feels very sturdy, Braided Cable, Very satisfying click with blue keys!
  • Cons: Stealth keys require you to know your basic keyboard layout well, no led's can make it hard to type at nigh especially with stealth keys, ten key less took time getting used to
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Overall 4

Failed in 6 months

Christopher M., Newegg
31 January 2014
  • Summary: I'm not a big fan of where they printed the letters. Kinda' small and hard to see.
  • Pros: It's a great sized (small) mechanical keyboard. I actually got the version with Cherry MX Browns.
  • Cons: The "o" key failed in 6 months. No gaming. No banging. Just office work. It looks like CoolMaster will take the product back. Early in the process though. Warranty lasts till June 2015
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Overall 2

Don't buy, heed the reviews.

Jacob O., Newegg
26 January 2014
  • Summary: Newegg won't take it back, going to try Coolermaster directly.
  • Pros: When it works, wonderful slick little KB, exactly what I wanted.
  • Cons: It doesn't work well after a month. Backspace key quit working, making writing this review and trying to correct mistakes a nightmare.
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Overall 10

Great Keyboard

cody f., Newegg
18 January 2014
  • Summary: I really like this keyboard, its a big upgrade from having a rubberdome keyboard, that would bend with just the slight pressure on each side. The keys are amazing for me because i'm more of a typist that plays games.
  • Pros: Great Feel - has a coated texture on top of the keyboard frame and the keys which make it great. Stealth keys - Looks very nice especially from the standpoint of someone who never looks at the keys to type. Weight - Has a great weight to it, great build quality. Doesn't bend at all if you try to ...
  • Cons: Numberpad - not having a numberpad doesnt really bother me, but for like passwords or something it could bother some people. Taking keys off that are bigger than the letter keys have some sort of brackets on them which can make it somewhat difficult to take off, not really a con but its somewhat ...
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