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Old 8th March 2013, 08:41   #1
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Default A first look at Cherry's MX green key switches

Cooler Master is known far and wide for its cases, power supplies, and cooling products. Over the past several years, however, the company has branched out into gaming peripherals. Its CM Storm lineup is now quite extensive, with mice, headsets, mouse pads gaming surfaces, and keyboards.

One of those keyboards, the CM Storm Trigger, has piqued our interest. This unusual specimen is one of the very few keyboards on the market with Cherry's MX green key switches. We've sampled most of the other MX switch variants beforeóblacks, blues, browns, and redsóbut the greens are something of a novelty. They're tougher, springier than their siblings, ...
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