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We Drop the CM Strom QuickFire Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard into our Lab for Some Fun Featured

by on05 April 2012 23302 times


The Box and Goodies -
Like the QuickFire Rapid the QuickFire Pro comes in a slim keyboard style box (in other words flat and thin). On the front is a nice image of the QF Pro which shows off the limits of its backlighting (which we will cover in more detail later). You will also note that this device has a different version of the Cherry MX mechanical switch than what we saw on the Rapid. Before we had Cherry MX Blue switches which have a high resistance and a definite click to them. On the Pro Cooler Master has replaced these with Cherry MX Brown Mechanical Switches (we will talk more about these later too).

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Flipping the box over we find a fairly normal layout. You have the features listed in nine different languages along with a cluster of images to show off some of the Pro’s highlights.
Once inside the box you will see that Cooler Master has done a very good job to make sure that your new purchase is protected in shipping. There is a plastic protective cover to prevent damage to the keys along underneath this the actual QuickFire Pro is wrapped in a thin foam cover (to prevent scratches). Once you get the QuickFire Pro out you will find the rest of the goodies; a manual, a cloth covered USB cable, and a key puller.  Not much inside, but then again the real payoff is the QuickFire keyboard.

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