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Jan 31, 13 at 6:00am
leochan


Cooler Master boasts that its QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard is the QuickFire Rapid on steroids, and its certainly more fully featured with a full-sized keyboard and actual number pad block. CM Storm offers the QuickFire TK with three different Cherry MX switches, and we review the Cherry MX Blue version which offer that nice "clicky" tactile feedback which is always useful for gaming. The clicky-ness also adds to the appeal of using a mechanical keyboard in the first place. The QuickFire TK has an interesting little quirk behind its numpad, so be sure to hit our review to see how it might affect your experience based on how you use your own keyboards.





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