Cooler Master released today a new gaming keyboard, the QuickFire TK Stealth.
The Quick Fire TK Stealth is a mechanical gaming keyboard that first stands out for the fact that its printed letters are on the side of the keys rather than on top. The print is easily viewable from the front, though when looking directly down on the keyboard, it appears all the keys are black. The reason for the front printed keys is functional, as they last longer than normal keycaps because there is no finger friction to wear away the print.
The QuickFire TK Stealth is a steel-reinforced, mechanical gaming keyboard. Though compact, it does have a complete NumPad block.
The keyboard uses Cherry MX switches, with their associated speed, response times, precision and tactile sensation. The TK Stealth supports N-key roll over in USB mode, and media shortcuts with an FN key let users control movies and music. Furthermore, the windows key can be disabled to prevent accidental task witching in the middle of a gaming session.
An embedded steel plate gives the TK Stealth stability and durability. A gold plated, braided USB cable and routing management groove link keyboard and the PC.
The Quick Fire TK Stealth will be available in November for an estimated end user price of € 95. Price and availability may vary based on region. The TK Stealth will be available in the coming weeks at retailers but is already available on the CM Store.