Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire TK
Mechanical keys provide much better typing experience than rubber domed keyboards.
Light actuation pressure needed makes it perfect for gaming.
Heavy duty constructions will ensure that the Quickfire TK lasts a user many years.
2 year Cooler Master pro.
Can turn of Window button.
Windows lock key keeps you from exiting a game accidentally.
Rubber feet keep keyboard in place.
Even with a numerical key pad included.
Back-lighting with 3 modes and 5 brightness levels.
Available with all current Cherry MX keys.
Solid build quality.
Lots of useful features.
Cherry MX Red switches may not be prefered for typists.
Combined ten key pad and command cluster can cause some confusion at first.
Hard to type on.
Numerical key pad area takes some time to get used to.
No software or macro keys.
Detachable cable hard to insert and remove.
By hardwarebbq.com on August 19, 2013
The keyboard is great, hands down. The built quality is stellar! Wise of CM to use plastic...90
By APH Networks on June 07, 2013
Well, it is finally summer. I have to say I have been waiting for quite some time now. Summer is one of the few seasons here in Vancouver where it does not rain just about every day, and that is a good thing. Too bad most of the time I am now stuck at...74
By TweakTown on June 06, 2013
This is my first test with a Tenkeyless keyboard, and I have to say that the Quick Fire Stealth has really sold me on the setup. I rarely, if ever, use the number pad anyway, so not having that extra three inches or so of keyboard is very nice for...94
By GadgetMac on April 08, 2013
With chiclet keyboards on the rise, thanks to Apple MacBooks and other laptops nowadays, the "old-school" mechanical keyboards have been slowly forced out of the general consumer scene. Despite the fact that mechanical keyboards tend to be bulky,...80
By overclockers.com on March 06, 2013
The Cooler Master Storm Quickfire TK is a excellent example of a mechanical keyboard made for the gaming population. It can be purchased with three different Cherry MX Switches (Red, Blue, Brown), with each switch having their own characteristics....-
By Benchmark Reviews on March 04, 2013
Performance in a keyboard is about being to type quickly and accurately. The Cherry MX Red switches are not in my opinion as effective to type on as the Blue and Brown Cherry MX switches. None-the-less the Quickfire TK with its silky smooth switch...90
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
I was excited to get the Quickfire Rapid in, Cooler Master has impressed me over and over again as they have grown in the keyboard market. Having a chance to have a keyboard with backlighting in a similar form factor to the Quickfire Rapid that I love...-
By Pro-Clockers on February 11, 2013
First, I would like to say that I love how CM listening to the community when it comes time to release a new product or when it is time to make some changes in an old one. In this case many (especially LAN gamers) wanted a smaller more compact keyboard...-
By Neoseeker on January 31, 2013
With all that's said and done, I'm really at odds with the CM Storm QuickFire TK. Upon first impression, the impeccable Cooler Master build quality is there – soft touch plastic coating, fully backlit keys, and modular cabling. As...-
By VR-Zone on January 21, 2013
Mechanical keyboards are becoming more and more popular among gamers, professionals and enthusiasts. Unlike a year ago, when mechanical keyboards were a very rare and expensive commodity, there are numerous unique models available today from which...85