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Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard Review – Slanted Phantom Keys With A Tenkeyless Layout

PACKAGING AND CONTENTS

As customary with essentially every other Cooler Master Storm product, the QuickFire Stealth comes in a black and red-schemed box. The front shows off the keyboard and Cherry MX switch colour, while the back has contact information in various languages:

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

The sides contain requirements and other features. The Stealth is a plug-and-play device, so there is no need for external drivers.

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Once opened, contents include the Stealth itself, a quick-start guide, a braided gold-plated microUSB to USB data cable, a USB to PS/2 conversion adapter, four extra red WASD/arrow keys + two “Cooler Master” branded Windows keys, and a key-puller to replace individual keys, as well as for easier keyboard maintenance:

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Considering this is a compact keyboard, a carrying case for LAN purposes would have been nice; overall however, a nice offering of goodies from Cooler Master.