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Standard carton box with the usual CM Storm design. They have clearly stated Cherry black keys on the front and all the features with necessary illustrations on the other side of the box. Coolermaster could’ve mentioned the warranty period on the box.
I received the board, the threaded USB cable and a key puller with the usual quick start guide. You might want to take a look at the quick start guide to know how to switch between 6KRO and NKRO. There’s no USB-to-PS2 converter provided. Unlike Quick Fire Rapid, you don’t get the extra red coloured WASD keys. You wouldn’t need it because this is a partial backlit keyboard. You do get a key puller, but it would be preferable if manufacturers (and not just Coolermaster alone) give tips/cleaning instructions with the quick start guide too. This is the time when gamers will be tempted to slowly shift towards mechanical keyboards once they get enough cash (especially LAN gamers who participate in a lot of tournaments).
|Advertised Specs||CM Storm Quick Fire Pro|
|Key Switch||CHERRY Black / Blue/ Brown/ Red|
|N-Key Rollover||6/Full N Key|
|Windows Key Disable||Yes|
|Interface||USB 2.0 Full Speed|
|Cable Length||1.8 m|
|Dimensions||454(L) x 155(W) x 31(H) mm
17.9(L) x 6.1 (W) x 1.2(H) inch
|Weight||1300 g / 2.86 lb..|
This board is pretty heavy but considering that this is a full-sized keyboard and the built quality I don’t really mind it.