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Cooler Master gifts the gaming community with a compact gaming keyboard named QuickFire TK. The company announced the launch of the keyboard recently, and also made it clear that QuickFire TK will be an asset to professional gamers as well as amateurs. The CM Storm QuickFire TK comes with UV coated keycaps for each key. This supposedly makes the keyboard durable.
Crane Chen, the India Manager for the company, claimed that the QuickFire TK is the only kind in India with compact dimension, attained without sacrificing NUM pad. The fully backlit gaming keyboard lets users choose from 3 Cherry MX switches namely Blue, Brown and Red. The keyboard is also quite slim and lightweight, giving it great portability. According to the company, this feature makes the keyboard fit for LAN gaming parties and gaming events.
To ensure that even the wildest key combos are perfectly registered, the keyboard features N-key Rollover in USB mode. The embedded steel plate in the QuickFire TK adds to the durability and stability. The main highlight of the 92 keys keyboard is that it allows full Num pad block, letting users switch between gaming mode (for gaming) and Num pad mode (for normal work).
Cooler Master also claims that the keys in the device can endure even the most abusive keystrokes from gaming enthusiasts, and won't lose tactility for 50 million keystrokes. The keyboard also comes with a detachable 1.8m gold plated USB cable and USB 2.0 interface. The CM Storm QuickFire TK has a reasonable price tag of Rs 9,999/-, with 2 years warranty backing it up.