Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid
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Just What I was Looking for!
25 February 2014
Summary: I'm a long time user of the MS Natural 4000 keyboard and thought that was a very good keyboard. I've also use the IBM Model M and enjoyed the click sound it made when typing. I have tried a few others (Freestyle2, Rosewill), but this is by for the best keyboard I've typed on.
Summary: I recently purchased this product as I had heard great things about mechanical keyboards. This keyboard has been really great to use. Tactile feel and excellent response. Overall a fantastic purchase.
Summary: I've bought 2 of these keyboards and recommended friends and co-workers to buy a half dozen more. The quality is good, the size is fantastic, the typing experience is great. I use the brown in the office because it's not as loud and still has a great feel. However, for home where I do a lot of gaming and working, the blues I believe have an overall superior experience. That said, blues are pretty loud/clicky so your mileage may vary.
Summary: Once you use a mechanical keyboard it's hard to go back to rubber dome keyboards. I am using this tenkeyless keyboard right now and I can tell you that it's a delight. A quick review: PROS: 1. It feels a whole lot better than a standard rubber dome keyboard 2. Looks clean and modern with the numblock keys removed 3. Great finish and quality 4. Decent price for a mechanical keyboard 5.
Summary: Great keyboard for people looking to buy their first mechanical keyboard at a lower cost. I will say it takes some "getting used to," but it will definitely improve your typing speed by about 10 WPM. I would recommend this to anyone, especially gamers and avid typers! Other than that, there isn't really a lot of cons, just a lot of pros. Hope this review helped you make a choice on a keyboard!
Summary: I've had this keyboard for a while now and I've definitely put it through its paces. Pros: -Small/Short - The 10-keyless design isn't for everyone, but I personally find the simplistic aesthetic surprisingly appealing. It's compact, and easy to travel with, however, I would not travel with it unless you had a proper keyboard bag/case.
Summary: After using a friend's Razer BlackWidow Ultimate for the first time, I knew I had to make the switch to a mechanical keyboard for the hardcore PC gaming that I do. The BlackWidow was a bit too large and expensive for my taste, so I looked for a tournament edition or "ten-keyless" keyboard and stumbled upon this. I have several Cooler Master products in my custom PC, so I figured I would give them a shot.