Cooler Master has done a good job with their mechanical keyboard lineup to make sure they provide options for both gamers and mechanical keyboard enthusiasts. That means they have keyboards that focus on backlighting and macro keys as well as more simple designs that the enthusiasts tend to enjoy. At CES this January I caught a glimpse at a full sized keyboard that reminded me of the simplicity of the Quickfire Rapid. This was the Quickfire XT and today I will finally be taking a look at it. Let’s see what its all about.

Product Name: Cooler Master Storm Quickfire XT

Review Sample provided by: Cooler Master

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

 

Specifications

Model

SGK-4030-GKCL1-US (Blue Switch)

SGK-4030-GKCR1-US (Red Switch)

SGK-4030-GKCM1-US (Brown Switch)

SGK-4030-GKCG1-US (Green Switch)

Key Switch

CHERRY MX Blue / Red / Brown / Green

Back Plate

Black:

SGK-4030-GKCL1-US (Blue Switch)

SGK-4030-GKCM1-US (Brown Switch)

SGK-4030-GKCG1-US (Green Switch)

 

Red:

SGK-4030-GKCR1-US (Red Switch)

N key Rollover

N key in PS/2 mode

Repeat Rate

4 levels (PS/2 mode only)

Interface

USB / PS2

Windows Key Disable

Yes, both sides

Media Keys

Yes (via F keys)

Extra Keys

6 pcs

Keycap Puller

Yes

USB Cable

Removable, USB A connector

Dimension

17.3(L)x5.2(W)x1.1(H) inch

440(L)x132(W)x29(H) mm

Weight

2.43 lbs / 1100 g

Warranty

2 years

 

 

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