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CM Storm QuickFire XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review - Accessories and Documentation

CM Storm QuickFire XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review
There is a new, slightly tweaked mechanical keyboard in town from Cooler Master. It is now time to delve into the QuickFire XT.
By: | Keyboards in Peripherals | Posted: Aug 15, 2013 10:01 pm
TweakTown Rating: 90%Manufacturer: CM Storm

Accessories and Documentation


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Here we have the group shot of all the goodies that come along with the QuickFire XT. You get the cable, the User's Guide, the extra keycaps and a key puller, and the adapter is again shown at the bottom.


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Inside of the User's Guide you will see a layout image of the top of the XT showing all of the features and where to find them as I described in the last couple of pages.


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The next couple of pages are taken up with the features list again, and it is also repeated many times and takes up a lot of room. The reverse of this is a little on the two year warranty with a bit on product placement as well.


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The additional keycaps are much easier to see outside of the bag. Here we have a full set of red WASD keys and a pair of Windows key replacements that add the CM Storm logo and the Cooler Master name to the top of the keyboard. Cooler Master also provide you with a key puller to make this task much easier.


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Cooler Master also sends along a near two meter USB 2.0 cable to attach the XT to the PC. The cable is braided, but it has a rough plastic feel to it. Also notice that both ends are gold plated and also both ends are full sized USB connections.

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