The Rapid-I dropped a lot of the red that I saw on the original Rapid’s box. Otherwise the packaging is similar. A photo of the Rapid-I covers most of the cover showing off its backlighting. Along the bottom edge of the front, small photos show key features of the Rapid-I. There is more information on those features on the back of the box next to another photo of the Rapid-I. For the most part Cooler Master just let the keyboard itself do the talking.

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Inside the keyboard is wrapped up in a foam bag that protects it from scratches and adds a little padding to prevent it from bouncing around in the box. Up under the keyboard is the documentation, you get a small user guide and a card that explains how to work all of the lighting functionality. Also included is the removable USB cable, you will find it tucked up under the cardboard flap above the keyboard.

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garfi3ld's Avatar
garfi3ld replied the topic: #34957 06 Jun 2014 17:58
You guys need to check out Cooler Masters new Quickfire Rapid-I, today I took a look at it. I think you will dig it!
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trgtprctc replied the topic: #34958 07 Jun 2014 12:22
Very cool lighting modes. I would prefer back lighting other than white, though.
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Plague replied the topic: #34959 08 Jun 2014 02:51
if you took all the keys off, you could color the white backplate and make it another color, the keys would still be white, but the glow would be something else. Might be interesting.
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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34960 08 Jun 2014 03:43
actually they make LED covers that work amazingly with white LEDs and you can swap them out to other colors as needed

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Plague replied the topic: #34965 08 Jun 2014 23:56
wow, that is smart... I didn't give them that much credit. :)

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