Wednesday , 17 August 2022

CM STORM QuickFire XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

If you are currently in the market for a new keyboard we have a treat for you from the engineers of CMStorm. The QuickFire XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is our specimen of review today and we are pleased to have it in the lab as we can feel it most likely become our dedicated go-to keyboard for random lab testing.

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The CMSTORM QuickFire XT is a keyboard we could see agent 47 having interest in, with a sleek no nonsense design combined with a hardware and feature list that is sufficient to get the job done with Silent Assassin efficiency. Equipped with the legendary CHERRY MX switches (Blue in ours), rated for 50 million+ keystrokes and a design based upon an embedded steel backplate the QuickFire XT is one tough mama jama.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Model Number SGK-4030-GKCL1 (Blue switch)
SGK-4030-GKCM1 (Brown switch)
SGK-4030-GKCR1 (Red switch)
SGK-4030-GKCG1 (Green switch)
Key Switch Type CHERRY MX Blue, Brown, Red, Green
Availability may vary by region
Interface USB 2.0
Key Rollover 6-Key over USB / N-Key with PS2 connection
Polling Rate 1000 Hz / 1ms
Keycaps ABS, Grip Coated
Media Keys F-Key Media Control
Repeat Rate Control
Windows Key Lock Yes
Connector Cable Removable USB 2.0 Type A
Braided
1.8 m / 70.9 inch
Dimensions L x W x H 440 x 132 x 29 mm
17.3 x 5.2 x 1.1 in
Weight 1100 g / 2.43 lbs
Packaged Dimensions 465(L)x209(W)x45(H) mm
18.3(L)x8.2(W)x1.7(H) inch
Packaged Weight 1500g / 3.31 lbs
Warranty 2 years
Accessories Keycap Puller
USB to PS2 Adapter

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