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Posted 03 July 2013 - 12:07 AM

Hello editors,

If you're particularly troubled by the prospect that all those labels on
the keys of your mechanical keyboard may rub off or get discolored as a
result of your fingertips, while still needing something compact, Cooler
Master just might have you covered with its CM Storm QuickFire Stealth.

Its "Phantom Keys" move all key labels to the front-facing side face of the
keys, leaving the very top surfaces that you actually type on blank. The
QuickFire Stealth also eschews a number pad to keep a trim figure. Hit our
review to see if all this adds up to a mechanical keyboard that is as
useful as it its unique design decisions.

http://www.neoseeker...ckfire_stealth/

"...the QuickFire Stealth is more of a niche product than anything else and
> stands at the border between function and form."


Thanks as always for any linkage!

Neoseeker Hardware
hardware ( -at -) neoseeker.com






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