If you take your gaming enjoyment seriously, then you already know that mechanical keyboards can help take your gaming to a whole new level. What was once just a few companies making serious mechanical keyboards has become a tidal wave with nearly everyone joining this highly lucrative market. The latest to entry the fray is Cooler Master with their all new Storm QuickFire gaming keyboard. Much like the Corsair Vengeance K60, the QuickFire relies on Cherry MX switches, but Cooler Master will be offering three different variations (using Blue, Black or Brown) albeit with only one "flavour" per market area. It will simply be a matter of what geographic location you are in as to which of the three potential switches your QuickFire will use. We can foresee this creating a thriving "gray market" with consumers purchasing their keyboard overseas in order to get the mechanical switch they prefer. Like all serious gaming keyboards, the keys themselves are laser etched and rubber coated. Cooler Master also intends to include replacement keys and key puller, making replacement extremely easy. Other features include the ability to disable the windows key when in gaming mode; 1000Mhz polling while in USB mode; detachable - and replaceable - USB cable; and last but not least, the usual N Key Rollover / anti-ghosting features. Also noteworthy is the fact that the Cooler Master QuickFire is much smaller than most in its class. While the keys are indeed full size, Cooler Master has removed the number pad which is all but useless from a gaming perspective. With a very reasonable price of only $80, the Storm QuickFire may just indeed be able to allow Cooler Master to become even more firmly entrenched in the gaming peripheral niche.