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Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid-i keyboard - PCSTATS.com Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid-i keyboard
Fri, Apr 11 2014 | 12:50PM | Filed under: Peripherals| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

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This is new. Cooler Master QuickFire Rapid-i keyboard. This puppy is fully back lit, uses mechanical switches and contains a 32-bit ARM processor which provides four individual key lighting profiles as well as quick response and trailing effects. Full PR below.

"Cooler Master has announced its showcase and lineup for PAX East 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. Product highlights for the show include the HAF Stacker mod tower and the upcoming QuickFire Rapid-i and NovaTouch keyboards.

The Cooler Master booth (#216) is right near the entrance of the exhibition hall.

Feeling the Difference
Attendees will have an opportunity to get a look and feel of two upcoming ten-keyless keyboards from Cooler Master. The first is the newest contender from the popular QuickFire series, the QuickFire Rapid-i. The Rapid-i is a fully backlit evolution of the QuickFire Rapid keyboard that features sturdy and tactile mechanical switches. Equipped with a 32-bit ARM processor, the Rapid-i uses Cooler Master’s new ActivLite technology, which provides four individual key lighting profiles as well as quick response and trailing effects.

Also, PAX Attendees will get an EXCLUSIVE pre-order of a limited quantity of Rapid-i keyboards.

Information and availability notification for the Quickfire Rapid-i keyboard is available at http://event.coolermaster.com/rapidi/

The second keyboard is the NovaTouch TKL, equipped with a brand-new hybrid capacitive switch design unseen in any other Cooler Master keyboard. The NovaTouch is designed for both comfort and performance, while still maintaining support for popular CHERRY MX keycaps for keyboard enthusiasts.

www.pcstats.com Form to Function
Attendees who visit the Cooler Master booth will have opportunities to win Cooler Master equipment, learn all about gaming and computing hardware, purchase gear with show specials, and play games on PCs built in the HAF Stacker mod tower computer case.

Cooler Master will be teaching attendees all about comfort, efficiency, and personalization via vapor chamber technologies, the versatility of the HAF Stacker mod tower system, and the importance of ergonomics and mobility. Learn about Cooler Master University and its goal of helping customers become educated about their equipment at www.cmuniversity.net.

Attendees will be able to challenge the Cooler Master gaming elite in order to put the gaming peripherals through their paces, to gain bragging rights, and more. Prizes include everything from t-shirts to mechanical keyboards.

For more information and updates about Cooler Master at PAX East 2014, please follow @CoolerMasterUSA on Twitter (twitter.com/CoolerMasterUSA), visit the Cooler Master Americas Facebook page (facebook.com/CoolerMasterNA), and look for updates on the Cooler Master subreddit (reddit.com/r/coolermaster)

FULL STORY @ COOLERMASTER

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