CM Storm QuickFire TK Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Features and Specifications

Article Index
CM Storm QuickFire TK Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Features and Specifications
Installation and Testing
Conclusion

Features:

The following information has been pulled from the product page over at the CMStorm site and posted here for your convenience.  If you want to get all of the details, as well as links to downloads and more, please check out their site.  If you just want a brief overview, check out the information below.

Overview:

You're a gamer. You know that a mechanical keyboard means the difference between winning and losing. The original QuickFire Rapid gaming keyboard was embraced by gamers worldwide because it made the difference. Now the QuickFire TK takes the QuickFire Rapid and put it on steroids! Choose between 3 different Cherry MX switches. Each keycap is UV coated to make it durable. There's full LED backlighting with 3 modes and 5 brightness levels. NKRO over USB means every single keystroke will be registered. An embedded steel plate give you maximum stability and durability. 7 easy-access multimedia shortcut keys save time. A complete numpad lets you get work done while not gaming. The slim and lightweight size gives you plenty of room for your mouse. Great for LAN parties.

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Features:

Easy cable management
Detachable braided USB cable and cable routing groves at the underside of the keyboard. Easy cable management and better flexibility.
 
Full LED backlight, 3 modes and 5 brightness levels
Stylish and provides optimum visibility even in dark rooms. Different backlight modes highlight different key groups.
 
Compact layout with integrated Num pad block
The QuickFire TK’s unique NumPad block design merges both navigation and command keys. You get a compact gaming keyboard with a NumPad block.
 
N-Key Rollover over USB
N-Key Roll Over in USB mode means even the wildest key combos are registered perfectly.

Specifications:

Specs

 

On the next page we'll briefly cover installation and then jump right into testing.