Overall and Final Verdict
It’s interesting taking a second look at a product for review with a fairly small change. It’s great to be able to come back and remember what I loved about the keyboard the first time. With full backlighting, on board memory, and lots of programmability in its software the Trigger is a great keyboard. With Cooler Master offering it with five different key switches including the rare green key switch they are reaching out to people with different preferences. I would love to see them go even farther with this and consider other backlighting color options. That would most likely create to many SKU’s though. I did have a couple complaints with the Trigger. I hope with future models that Cooler Master might consider running two USB cables for the keyboard if they are going to have USB hub on the keyboard, just to make it more usable. The other issue was much smaller, when you open up the software it minimizes by default. If you don’t catch that you might try opening it up multiple times. All in all I was once again impressed with the Trigger. The addition of green keyswitches just helps it stand out even more in a very crowded market. Once again, Cooler Master is showing that they are all in when it comes to the keyboard market.