Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid
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Dr. Ott, Amazon
10 June 2013
Summary: Keyboard is nice and solid. But the keycaps feel cheap. I pulled one off to change the keys to the red gaming keys and it totally stripped the center out of the cherry-blue switch. I was able to fix it and get it working again on my own. But that should not have happened as I used the tool correctly. Other than that, it's a nice small keyboard good for gaming and typing.
Summary: Mechanical keyboards seems to be making a come back among computer enthusiasts these days. When my wireless keyboard at work ran out of battery for the second time in a week, I too found myself sucked into its hype and bought one. Ultimately it was a bit of a let down for me. The Cooler Master Storm QuickFire with its cherry MX blue switch did bring back to me a sense of nostalgia for those days I spent typing away in computer labs during middle school and high school,...
Summary: I started out really liking this but unfortunately had to return it. First off, it's a mechanical keyboard so it is LOUD. I repeat, it is LOUD. Not a big deal to me because I knew that going in. After using it about a week a few keys started to squeak, particularly the backspace. It wasn't the normal clack, it sounded more like I was tickling a rodent with every backspace press.