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Default Tactile Cherry MX switches bring clickety-clack to Cooler Master keyboard

Cooler Master is the latest PC component maker to dive into the world of mechanical keyboards. The new QuickFire Rapid is targeted at gamers, making its use of Cherry MX blue switches somewhat unusual. The blues offer tactile feedback and an audible click, which is a departure from the linear, non-clicky black switches typically found on gaming keyboards. QuickFire keyboards with black and brown Cherry switches may also be available depending on your region. Cooler Master's US site only lists the blues, though.

While typists might appreciate the clicky switches, they may be dismayed to learn that the QuickFire lacks a dedicated numpad. ...

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