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Color: Blue Switches
A weapon of choice for hardcore gamers and e-sport professionals, the Cooler Master CM Storm Trigger mechanical gaming keyboard with backlit illumination supplies everything you need to outperform your rivals and dominate the competition. Extremely durable Cherry MX switches deliver a comfortable, smooth feel for every key stroke, while anti-ghosting 6-keys rollover, five programmable macro keys and button reassignment enable you to breeze through complicated operation. Store your personal profiles on the 64KB onboard memory and easily recall them when switching to another computer. No more worry about accidently pressing the Window key! Just disable it and enjoy interrupt-free gaming. Also enjoy enhanced media playback with the 2-port USB hub and multimedia keys.
|CHERRY BLUE SWITCH |
Bred for gaming, the CM Storm Trigger comes equipped with renowned Cherry MX Blue switches that deliver low resistance and click feedback, as well as over 50 million keystrokes life cycle for ultimate durability and reliability.
|FULLY BACKLIT RED LED KEYBOARD |
Visibility is essential to survival. The fully backlit keyboard ensures that you won't get caught fumbling for the right buttons even in the dark.
|5 MACRO BUTTONS. 5 PROFILES. 64KB ONBOARD MEMORY |
Take full control of your game through the included programmable macro buttons and included Trigger AP software. Swap between profiles on the fly and store it all on internal memory.
|ANTI-GHOSTING SIX KEY ROLLOVER |
Press up to 6 keys simultaneously with flawless response.
|TWO PORT ENHANCED USB 2.0 HUB |
Tidy up cables by powering your mice and other gaming peripherals through the included two port USB 2.0 hub. Supports charging of mobile devices with additional power supply unit.
|SOPHISTICATED DESIGN |
Eliminate fatigue and always stay comfortable with the detachable wrist rest. Non-slip rubber coating secures the keyboard in place during intense combat. Braided cable and 18K gold plated ultra low latency USB plugs guarantees durability and error-free connection.
|Model||CM Storm QuickFire Rapid||CM Storm QuickFire Pro||CM Storm QuickFire TK||CM Storm Trigger|
|Key Roll Over||NKRO/PS2||NKRO/USB||NKRO/USB||6 KRO|
|Total Keys||87||104 (Numpad)||92 (Numpad)||109 (Numpad)|
|Backlit||Partial -||Full -||Full -|
|Extra Feature||USB Hub/Wrist Rest|
|Best For||FPS / RTS / LAN||FPS / RTS||FPS / RTS / LAN||FPS / MMO|
My first and only mechanical keyboard. I always look at every option when purchasing something I am going to use everyday as much as a keyboard and spend good money on it, and I... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Edward Maynard
This keyboard would have been great had it worked. Tit had all of the features that I wanted. I ordered two of these for my dad and both of them broke within 6 months, RMAs went... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick F.
I bought my Trigger (with Brown switches) at Quakecon in 2012, straight from CoolerMaster's booth. What I got was the retail package, just like you would get here... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Richard Avirett
Works fine but has features I don't need and is large for my space.Published 3 months ago by F. Topping
This is awesome and it is still going strong after over a year! Highly recommend this product! It looks cooler than the pix!Published 4 months ago by Prof Wendy Gem Davis
I love this keyboard. Purchased for a Linux system and have zero complaints. Works perfectly, wonderful feel on the keys and everything where you'd expect it to be. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Glenn H. Hancock
I love this keyboard. Someone asked me why would I spend so much on just a keyboard. Well, if you type a lot you'll appreciate the tactile feedback and audible click of every key... Read morePublished 8 months ago by B. C. Smith
I am typing with this keyboard right now, it is wonderful. Having the back light at night is great for games where you leave the home row. It has a great tactile feel. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kurtis Camiliere