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The Cooler Master Quick Fire TK is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Cooler Master Quick Fire TK price in Singapore is S$ 115.00 from Shopee. Cooler Master Quick Fire TK price details are updated March 2021.

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Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 1.369.000 S$ 127.00
Singapore SGD 115.00 S$ 115.00

Cooler Master Quick Fire TK Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelQuick Fire TK
DateJan 2013
Power source typeUSB
Recommended usageGaming
Device interfaceUSB
Keyboard layoutQWERTY
Keyboard languageEnglish
Keyboard form factorStandard
Connectivity technologyWired
Keyboard styleStraight
Product colourBlack
Backlight colourRed
Surface colorationMonotone
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of Cooler Master Quick Fire TK
Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Not that long ago gamers had a rather limited choice of keyboards, particularly mechanical ones, and most were too expensive for the masses. However, most recently there's been an explosion of gaming-oriented mechanical keyboards, many of which could be c...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-19
CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid made a very good impression on me with certain exceptions, especially for those who don't require Numpads. It keeps the costs down, especially on a mechanical keyboard, maintains a good form factor and its easier to store and tra...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-08
With chiclet keyboards on the rise, thanks to Apple MacBooks and other laptops nowadays, the "old-school" mechanical keyboards have been slowly forced out of the general consumer scene. Despite the fact that mechanical keyboards tend to be bulky, loud,...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-06
Cooler Master is a company that branches out into multiple facets of the computing experience. Their products include cases, power supplies, coolers, fans, and a peripheral line that includes keyboards and mice. In this article I will be reviewing the Coo...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-19
A little over a year ago at GeforceLAN I got my hands on my first Cooler Master Storm Quickfire Rapid with cherry black key switches and loved it. I later got an official review sample with cherry blue key switches as well as the cherry black version was...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-31
For years, Cooler Master has been a brand synonymous with enthusiast computer hardware. From cases such as the CM Storm Scout II , to peripherals such as the CM Storm Sonuz , Cooler Master has produced many high quality products for gamers and computer af...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-16
Last year, we reviewed the CM Storm QuickFire Rapid which offered the tenkeyless formfactor for portability, but came at the expense of a missing tenkey pad, and although we liked how it could be stuffed into our backpacks effortlessly, we definitely miss...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-20
High precision Cherry MX mechanical switches, Sturdy body rests very stable on the table, Compact size, Controllable illumination, Routing ducts for the cable
Lacks a wrist rest, Doesn't allow macro recording, Awkward access to the mini-USB port, No USB port for other peripherals, Shop Related Products, Ads by Amazon, ✕, Thank you, This will help us improve your ad experience. We will try not to show you such...
Mobility is one of the current buzzwords. If a gamer wants to be part of a championship or an LAN party, the worst peripheral to transport is the keyboard, especially the mechanical ones, which are heavier. With this player in mind, CM Storm releases t...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-16
Cherry MX mechanical switches (available in three variants), Great for gamers who desire a very compact, nofuzz keyboard, Supports NKRO, High build quality, Adjustable backlight, Windows key lock, Easy cable management
Only good for gaming, the keyboard layout is a productivity killer, Somewhat noisy (like most mechanical keyboards), Included manual does not explain all functions, DV Hardware awards the Cooler Master QuickFire TK keyboard with a 8.0/10 and our Seal of A...
Cooler Master recently added the CM Storm QuickFire TK to its line of mechanical gaming keyboards. The QuickFire TK is basically a more condensed version of the QuickFire Pro, this new model ditches the arrow keys as well as other navigation and editing k...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-09
Introducing a plethora of new accessories, it was only a matter of time before Cooler Master created their own line of Storm keyboards. This certainly is not the first time Cooler Master has dipped into keyboards; indeed, their initial endeavours were gre...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-03
Windows lock key keeps you from exiting a game accidentally, and remembers last state, Rubber feet keep keyboard in place, Compact size, even with a numerical key pad included, Backlighting with 3 modes and 5 brightness levels
Numerical key pad area takes some time to get used to, No software or macro keys, Please drop by the Forum and feel free to post any comments or questions
About a month ago I decided I needed a new keyboard for my desktop, with the primary reason being that the coating on the keys was starting to rub off. I definitely wanted a more rugged and longer lasting keyboard, so I looked into mechanical keyboards fo...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-30
Very well made, Different levels and configurations of backlighting, Choice of Cherry switches to fit your preferences, Small and portable, Includes basic multimedia keys, Great for gaming
Not the best keyboard for work uses, USB cable can pop out from back
Cooler Master has recently introduced the CM Storm QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard which is a compact gaming keyboard with backlighting and a few other features. It's a mechanical keyboard but Cooler Master gives you a choice when it comes to what type o...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-28
Would you believe that it has only been scarcely a year since Cooler Master's Storm gaming product line first waded into the shark tank that is the mechanical keyboard market? The QuickFire Rapid was the first to jump in, followed in subsequent months by ...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-27
It's no secret I travel with my PC more than most and the size of my accessories almost dictates how many trips to the car I make. As you can imagine size is important and Cooler Master's new compact gaming keyboard, the Quick Fire TK, is right up my alle...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-20
Cooler Master has released a new gaming keyboard, the CM Storm Quickfire TK. Built for gamers needing to take a dependable keyboard with them for tournament play, the Quickfire TK features hard plastic and metal construction and small form factor. To meet...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-15
As we've often mentioned here at OC3D, the joy of typing on a mechanical keyboard is one of those things you need to experience to fully appreciate. It's like the boost you can get from installing a Solid State Drive. If you've only ever typed on the s...
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Reviewed on 2012-07-16
Available with all current Cherry MX keys, Good price, Solid build quality, Lots of useful features, including media control keys, Performs excellent for prolonged gaming sessions, Looks good for a gaming keyboard
Detachable cable hard to insert and remove, Only partial backlighting, No macro support
CM Storm's original Quick Fire gaming keyboard was an instant hit, and building upon that momentum CM Storm have now released a full sized gaming keyboard which adds a numpad and back lighting, compared to the ten-key-less original Quick Fire. The Quic...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-07
Well, it is finally summer. I have to say I have been waiting for quite some time now. Summer is one of the few seasons here in Vancouver where it does not rain just about every day, and that is a good thing. Too bad most of the time I am now stuck at ...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-06
Sturdy enough to be a weapon, Nice option of switches, blues were fun but LOUD, Cable routing grooves are much appreciated, Accented steel backplate makes an appearance with the lighting off and accentuates the lighting when on
Layout takes some getting used to – toggling number pad and navigation keys, Switch type determines keyboard appearance
Clicky clacky, clicky clacky, another mechanical keyboard has arrived at my desk for review. Cooler Master has added yet another member to the QuickFire lineup – the CM Storm Quickfire TK. It's a shortened up version of the Pro with a more compact layout ...
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Reviewed on 2012-12-01
Quality, Functionality, Size, Price
Lack of instructions
Have we got a treat for you! Today we are bringing you the QuickFire TK mechanical keyboard by CM Storm - a division of Cooler Master. This company is well-known for products such as cases, mice, keyboards, pads and more - all of which you will find on th...
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