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CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Keyboard Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specifications
  3. Closer Look
  4. NKRO/6KRO and User Experience
  5. Software Impressions
  6. Conclusion
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Some premium/gaming peripherals come with the best of the stuff, but the packaging is pretty much as standard as you can imagine, but CM used Polyethylene Foam to protect the keyboard the way it should be.

Rest of the illustrations -as expected from CM Storm- says what you need to know. All the necessary information and features mentioned easily- everything mentioned in the box except the warranty period (unfortunately, this is an oversight by a lot of manufacturers).

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According to the advertised specs of the keyboard, this uses 6KRO Rollover with all keys having a backlight feature and the way to disable windows key.

One comment

  1. the rubberizing on the wrist rest starts to wear off after a week of use. also, thesymbols are a little wonky at first, as the sybols are below the numbers, and the [ and ] and are not lit, instead {, }, and | are lit. you get used to it though. no other probs.

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