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Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid
8.9 out of 10

Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid

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Nice with the brown switches

David G., Newegg
30 January 2016
  • Summary: -I wanted a new keyboard with out all the led's and mx brown switches and this fit the bill.
  • Pros: -detachable cable with ps2 adapter -its a mechanical keyboard with cherry mx switches, what else is there to say
  • Cons: - none
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10

Cooler Master Storm Quickfire Rapid - Best Budget High-end Mechanical Keyboard

jeannie, Amazon
17 January 2016
  • Summary: The CM Storm Quickfire Rapid is a great budget tenkeyless budget keyboard that gets the job done. I will list the pros and cons of it and also the build quality, switches, and ergonomics.
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10

These make great type learning keyboards, and work awesome for gaming. Prefer over the TK Quickfire Version.

V. Jamali, Amazon
9 December 2015
  • Summary: Coming from the Saitek Eclipse 2 keyboard which is imo one of the better membrane keyboards, this keyboard is quite an interesting thing to use. I tried out the Quickfire TK as well to get an idea of whether I wanted a numpad or not and while I did, the form factor of the TK version made it hard to...
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10

Excellent Keyboard

Dennis M., Newegg
26 October 2015
  • Summary: The missing numpad makes for a sleeker and smaller looking keyboard which I love. Can't beat it at this price!
  • Pros: I've had this beast of a keyboard going three years now. Has the crisp key sounds of any $150 mechanical keyboards and performs much better in my opinion. I've had nearly all of the Razer keyboards and this thing hasn't only outlasted them but outperformed them as well. LEDs still shinning bright...
  • Cons: Doesn't have a num pad? Is that really a con though? They're like $5 at wally world
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Overall 10
10

Great workhorse TKL for crowded offices

J Crumb, Amazon
7 October 2015
  • Summary: Background: Using this keyboard at work in the Mechanical Engineering profession and using a Corsair K65 RGB (also TKL) at home for gaming, etc. Pros - * Size - There is no wasted space with this keyboard. Love how small it is.
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It clicks and clacks.

Mauricio , Office Depot
5 October 2015
  • Summary: this is a great cheap mechanical keyboard, and is a great way to get into mechanical keyboards. the typing experience is like no other, it feels and sounds great. There are advantages to not having a number-pad, like, it brings your hand closer together for better ergonomics and having more mouse...
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This keyboard is awesome!

Amor K., Newegg
22 September 2015
  • Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard experience and I am extremely happy with this keyboard! It is a joy to type on and I am very happy with the quality of the keyboard. It feels solidly constructed and durable. I'm not a gamer but I will enjoy typing on this keyboard!
  • Pros: Solid build, great price, quality keyboard.
  • Cons: Keycaps are printed I think? I can feel the bumps for the letters.
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Five Stars

Amazon Customer, Amazon
15 July 2015
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Nice, simple

Keehos, Amazon
10 July 2015
  • Summary: Nice, simple, professional looking keyboard. It is a bit clicky, so you might want to buy dampeners if you're living with someone, or in a work environment. It also works for video games really well too.
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Great for a narrow keyboard tray.

Russ A., Amazon
17 June 2015
  • Summary: I'm no gamer. I bought this because my new desk keyboard tray was too narrow for the regular keyboard and mousepad. Putting the mouse up on the desktop was not a good option. It's just too high. I never use the 10-key so I decided to spend the extra for a new keyboard.
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