Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Stealth


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Model SGK-4000-GKCR2 (CHERRY Red)*
SGK-4000-GKCL2 (CHERRY Blue)*
SGK-4000-GKCM2 (CHERRY Brown)*
SGK-4000-GKCG2 (CHERRY Green)*
Key Switch CHERRY Blue / Red / Brown / Green *
N key Rollover N key in PS/2 mode
Repeat Rate 4 levels (PS/2 mode only)
Interface USB / PS2
Extra Keys 6 pcs
Keycap Puller Yes
USB Cable Removable
Dimension 355(L)x135(W)x35(H) mm
14(L)x5.3(W)x1.4(H) inch
Weight 940 g / 2.1 lbs
Warranty 2 years

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Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews 9.3/10 Jul 22 '13
Modders-Inc  --- Oct 17 '13
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 12 '13 4.5/5 Aug 09 '13
Neoseeker  --- Jul 02 '13
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"I love the Quickfire Stealth, it may not have lots of the features of the larger “gaming” keyboards but it is a joy to type on, wonderful to look at, and has a great space saving design. Because of..."

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"Overall I felt the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth is a worthy keyboard. It has minimalist features (hence the Stealth name) but functions like a top notch fighter. For me, missing the ten-key was..."

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Neoseeker on

"The QuickFire Stealth keyboard teeters on the fence between function and form."

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Overclockers Club on

"In general, the keyboard is just easy to type on. I can get out what I'm trying to write and know immediately when I've made a mistake (well as long as it's a word I can spell or actual punctuation..."

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"If you want a keyboard with few frills, a minimalist design, and stealthy styling without costing a fortune, then this one is a great option."

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