Accessories and Documentation
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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