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

THE QUICKFIRE STEALTH

There are a few design differences that you will pick up right off the bat when looking at the CM Storm QuickFire Stealth. Let us start off with the size. As we can see, the keyboard is tenkeyless compact, meaning it does not contain the numerical pad indicative of a full keyboard layout.

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

The matte-black colouring is also quite stylish. The entire keyboard is surrounded by a rubberized coating which is soft to the touch.

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

This same coating is also found on the back of the keyboard, and lines the two stands on either side for extra grip when elevated.

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Cooler Master Storm Stealth Cherry MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard

Here we also have the microUSB input, which is removable if you need a longer/shorter cable – a brilliant feature in case the USB cable malfunctions. There is also the thoughtful addition of cable grooves to tuck the USB cable and prevent it from wobbling the 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