Perfect Key Layout.
Illuminated Gaming Keys.
Key Switch Type Selection.
The Quick Fire Pro is available in all versions of Cherry MX Switches, Sturdy and strong, will last a long time.
Flat black finish does not attract fingerprints.
Cherry MX switches, Detachable USB cable, Togglemode Secondary function key, Multimedia controls, Partially backlit keys, Keycap puller included, NKRO and 6KRO toggle modes, Cable management channels, Two-year warranty.
No USB Port.
By LanOC Reviews on February 19, 2013
When you put it all together, the Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Pro is an impressive keyboard. The industrial styling would go perfectly with your HAF case for example. Personally I would rather see the keyboard have a smoother finish, but the current...-
By APH Networks on October 19, 2012
I remember the first computer I have ever used. It was a Windows 3.1 machine powered by an Intel 386 processor and fully equipped with 16KB of RAM (Woohoo!). That was my "gaming" machine -- I spent hours on it playing pinball, Raptor: Call of the...74
By Tech2 on September 12, 2012
T he very first keyboard that I owned was a rather hefty IBM mechanical one. These input devices were built well enough to let you hammer down nails and sometimes even people who dared to annoy you. However, with no frame of reference, it was easy to...85
By APC Magazine on September 04, 2012
In today's competitive gaming environment, it's all about having the gear that will give you even the slightest extra edge. Thanks to Cherry MX switches, mechanical keyboards have seen a huge resurgence in popularity, with most peripheral...70
By BCCHardware on July 02, 2012
I found the CM Storm QuickFire Pro Mechanical Gaming keyboard to be of excellent quality. It feels like it's made of lead and Kevlar and this makes it not the lightest keyboard I have seen, but if you want a good keyboard this is worth considering...98
By VR-Zone on June 28, 2012
CoolerMaster has certainly been moving very quickly in the gaming peripherals market; no more than 2 months ago we had a look on the high-end Trigger Mechanical Gaming keyboard and the company already released a new gaming mechanical keyboard, the...85
By ThinkComputers on June 28, 2012
Some people will point out that the standard roll-over limit on CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Mechanical Keyboard is only 6 keys. The keyboard features a mode for full NKRO (Normal Key Roll Over) but it’s difficult to test if it actually works. They...90
By Kitguru.net on June 28, 2012
There are no shortage of keyboards available on the market today with many companies expanding their portfolio into the ‘gaming’ sector. Today we are looking at the latest design from Cooler Master, called the CM Storm Quick Fire Pro,...75
By eTeknix on June 27, 2012
CM Storm are a fairly new company to join the peripheral market with products aimed exclusively at gamers. We've seen the likes of mechanical keyboards, feature rich mice, and even surround sound headsets come from CM Storm. Not only do they produce...-
By TweakTown on May 29, 2012
Using the QuickFire Pro mechanical gaming keyboard for a couple of weeks and writing a few reviews with it, I do find myself not hitting multiple keys as much on the CM Storm as I did then, but that also may be attributed to a month or so of me...94