|Brand Name||Cooler Master|
|Item model number||SGK-4000-GKCM1-US|
|Operating System||PC, Mac, Linux, Unix|
|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 5 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14 x 5 x 1 inches|
|Color||Rapid - CherryMX Brown|
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CM Storm QuickFire Rapid - Tenkeyless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with CHERRY MX Brown Switches
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- Mechanical BROWN CHERRY MX Switches
- Windows keys disabled in Game mode
- Extra key caps bundled (with key puller)
- Laser-marked key caps
- NKRO in PS/2 mode
- Removable braided USB cable with cable routing
- Compact design without numpad section provides extra space for your mouse and allows your shoulders to be comfortably positioned
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CM Storm QuickFire Rapid Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Gamers are now able to have an all-encompassing CM Storm experience in a smaller footprint. The CM Storm QuickFire Rapid by Cooler Master is a high-grade mechanical keyboard that employs the best selection of Cherry MX switches available. It is positioned as a premium quality keyboard with an attractive value proposition, inspired by a minimalistic design worthy of competitive use. The smaller design makes it the ideal choice for the gamer on-the-go.
|CHERRY BROWN SWITCH |
Cherry MX Brown key switches deliver a quiet, fast response for each key. A popular choice for its soft bump response, 50 million key press lifecycle, and reduction of fatigue from long term typing or gaming.
|N-KEY ROLLOVER FUNCTION IN PS/2 MODE |
The QuickFire Rapid can have multiple keys pressed at the same time in PS/2 mode without conflict, providing an incredible advantage for gamers.
|EXTRA KEY-CAPS BUNDLED WITH KEYCAP TOOL |
The QuickFire Rapid comes with extra key-caps and keycap tool for added customization.
|GAME MODE |
Disable your Windows keys to prevent accidental interruption of your gaming sessions.
|REMOVABLE BRAIDED USB CABLE WITH CABLE ROUTING |
Prevents tangled wires and provides extra flexibility for your keyboard positioning.
|MULTIMEDIA SHORTCUTS |
Take total control of your music and video playback.
- 1000Hz driverless polling/1ms response time
- 87 Keys
- Laser-etched keycaps
- PS/2 or USB Connection
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Good touch and feel- I do not like the mushy feeling of the cheap keyboard came with every PC.
2. Good quality- keyboard material and workmanship must be good.
3. Small and no bell and whistle- the keyboard has to be clean in design and good in execution, I do not want a keyboard that have many features I do not use.
For the above selection criteria, I did check out some of the keyboards from different manufactures, I ended up with the basic requirements for a mechanical keyboard and preferably with Cherry blue or red switch, I ended up buying both from Cooler Master.
In my opinion, Cooler Master key board has the best price performance point of any other keyboards I compared with, especially, you do not care about 10 keys entry, I like the tactile feedback of the blue switch, and I also like the easiness of red switch, I decide I will use blue at my work and red for home. Both keyboards provide excellent value, and they are also very quality made, I do not think you will go wrong with any of them.
After bought another CM red keyboard, and use both for a while (one at work, one at home), I think CM blue is better, CM red has this soft feel with less of a feedback than CM blue, when typing fast, I make more mistakes on CM red than CM blue. Also on my CM red, the PS2 connector seems to have connectivity problem, it will drop the letters for no apparent reason, after I switch to USB connector, all is well, I will not just fault CM keyboard yet, it may very well because of my motherboard problem than keyboard issue.Read more ›
I want this keyboard primarily for improved typing. I also game, but cheap keyboards are more than good enough for my gaming needs. I want something not taxing (no repetitive stress injuries), fast, and accurate. I like a good click and I prefer short travel. I also prefer lower keytops (i.e., less separation between keys). These keys do not have short travel or low profile keys, but I guess you can't have it all.
As of this writing this is the cheapest mechanical keyboard you can buy. At least the cheapest one with Cherry MX keys. Cherry MX dominates the mechanical keyboard switch market, so almost every mechanical keyboard you will find features them. The various colors indicate the type of key used. These are the blue keys, which are the clickiest type (loud) and also probably the most commonly used for typing keyboards (as opposed to gaming keyboards). At the end of the day, the reason to get a mechanical keyboard is to have the mechanical keys. All the other considerations are pretty secondary. So if you are a budget consumer looking to have the mechanical key experience, this is the best keyboard to choose. Provided, of course, that you are interested in the MX blue keys.
The MX blue switches make two distinct sounds as you press a key. At 2mm they make a very high-pitched click. This is also when the key activation signal is sent to the computer.Read more ›
After being on backorder from Amazon since June, my CoolerMaster (CM) Storm Quickfire Rapid (QFR) Stealth tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard with Cherry MX green switches finally arrived. Currently, it is difficult to find TKL keyboards with Cherry green switches; therefore, because of the uniqueness of this keyboard, I thought it would be helpful to post a brief review. The price for this keyboard is $119.99 not including shipping; $105.91 for Amazon Prime. The same keyboard with Cherry blue switches is $94.99 or $81.53 for Amazon Prime. There are no pics in this review; please see the CM website for images of the product. CM Storm QuickFire Stealth - Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with CHERRY MX GREEN Switches and Covert Keycaps
The main reason I bought this keyboard was for the green switches. Like Cherry blues, green switches have both tactile and auditory feedback when actuated -- you can feel a slight "bump" and hear a click. However, blues have an actuation force of 50 grams (actually 50 cN), whereas greens have an actuation force of 80 grams (80 cN). This puts the green switch into the range of the IBM buckling spring, which has an actuation range of 60-80 cN; however, because the actuation mechanism and force-time curve of the buckling spring is completely different from these processes in a Cherry green switch, using a keyboard with Cherry greens will not replicate the experience of typing on an IBM Model M keyboard. Nevertheless, there will be a noticeable difference between typing with blues versus greens; the greens will require harder key presses, making it more difficult to register a keystroke accidentally.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product works as described, very cool, very tech, I love the flexibility that the keyboard provides me. If you are a gamer you seriously need to consider getting one of these.Published 5 hours ago by Pamela Balentine
Brown keys. I can Game and type all day on this keyboard. It has a very satisfying feel and click. I've never felt blues but I would imagine it would get annoying. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by totalchaos5320
Great feel, very solid keyboard. No extra keys or key puller were included, so that was unexpected. The package was shipped quickly and packed very well.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
My 15 yr old loves this gaming keyboard. He has gone through to other brands and might I add they weren't cheap, So when he asked for this one for Christmas, of course it was under... Read morePublished 4 days ago by firstname.lastname@example.org
Delete key isn't working correctly. It jams and sticks when I press down on it. This is the first key board I ever paid for that is over $15 and this is the first key board I have... Read morePublished 6 days ago by bill
I had bought this to replace my Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2016 that a small drop of water had killed. To start, this keyboard has no number pad which is actually very ergonomic. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Robert C. Bishop
This keyboard is has a great build quality and typing with it feels very solid. I would recommend it to anybody.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got the cherry mx red version of this keyboard. the build quality is rock solid. the keyboard is heavy and does not feel cheap at all. Read morePublished 7 days ago by lfyfain
I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend. The packaging is fantastic and the keyboard came in perfect condition. I would definitely recommend.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer