In spring 2014 Cooler Master introduced their Quickfire Rapid-I backlit TKL keyboard. As soon as it launched my old Quickfire Rapid was put aside for the new model in my LAN bag and I’ve been recommending them along with the Code keyboard that I use on my main PC to anyone who would listen. The reason I also pushed the Code is because the Rapid-I was only available in the TKL form factor. After all of the waiting Cooler Master has finally introduced their full sized model, the Quickfire XTi. I’ve been spending a little time with the XTI and I can finally sit down and talk a little about its features and let you guys know if it was worth the wait. Going into testing I was especially curious if I would like it enough to get me to swap it with the Code on my main PC.

Product Name: Cooler Master Quickfire XTi

Review Sample Provided by: Cooler Master

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

Specifications
Model Number

SGK-4060-KKCL1 (Blue switch)

SGK-4060-KKCM1 (Brown switch)

SGK-4060-KKCR1 (Red switch)

Key Switch Type CHERRY MX Blue/ Brown/ Red
Key Rollover NKRO (Windows only)
Keycaps ABS, grip coated, removable
Polling Rate 1000 Hz/1ms
Backlight Full backlit, 35 colors, 5 settings
Windows Key Lock Yes
Media Keys Yes (via F keys)
Interface Micro USB 2.0, full speed
USB cable 1.8m braided, gold plated and removable
Dimensions

43.9(L) *13(W) *4.1(H) cm

17.28(L) *5.12(W) *1.61(H) inch

Weight 1114 g / 2.46 lbs

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #36971 14 Aug 2015 19:44
Before we hit the weekend I take a look at the latest mechanical keyboard from Cooler Master, the Quickfire XTi.

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