Tech content trusted by users in North America and around the world
6,365 Reviews & Articles | 42,359 News Posts

CM Storm Trigger (Cherry MX Green) Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review - Packaging

We're sure you all know about the CM Storm Trigger by now, but this one comes with Cherry MX green switches. Let's see what changes.

By: | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Jan 17, 2013 7:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 97%Manufacturer: CM Storm



TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_02_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


On a dark camouflaged backdrop you see the Trigger keyboard. There is the CM Storm red slashes at the top and a window cut out over the keys to look inside at the actual keyboard.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_03_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


Moving in much closer on the right side of the front panel we can now see the sticker they have placed there denoting the use of the Cherry MX green switches.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_04_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


The end of the packaging houses the typical CM Storm Tactics. Strength, Security, and Control is what makes CM Storm products unique.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_05_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


The back of the box is topped with text, but near the bottom there is a look at the back of the keyboard in this image showing off the USB connectivity and hub there.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_06_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


The text on the top half, states that this is a mechanical gaming keyboard with the name of Trigger, and is repeated in 20 other languages.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_07_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


The other small end of the packaging holds the CM Storm name and logo along with a stylized Trigger name with camouflage and barbed wire.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_08_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


On the back of the package you are given lists of the features under the Trigger naming. At the right you are shown images of three features Cooler Master wanted to show.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_09_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


This is the same features list that can be found on their site. Since most readers won't go there unless to buy it, I thought I would get in closer so you could read them.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_10_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


The images to the right side cover the row of five Macro keys, the dual port USB 2.0 hub, and the last image with the Trigger X64 refers to the onboard memory.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_11_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


When you open the box you find the Trigger is mostly out in the open with high density foam supports used on both ends to ensure a safe transit to your house.


TweakTown image content/5/1/5137_12_cm_storm_trigger_cherry_mx_green_mechanical_gaming_keyboard_review.jpg


Lifting out the inner packaging and flipping over the keyboard, you will find the wrist rest under in inside of the foam envelope.

Related Tags

Further Reading: Read and find more Peripherals content at our Peripherals reviews, guides and articles index page.

Do you get our RSS feed? Get It!

Got an opinion on this content? Post a comment below!

Latest News Posts

View More News Posts

Forum Activity

View More Forum Posts

Press Releases

View More Press Releases
Or Scroll Up Or Down