Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer today showcased the next step in the evolution of highly mobile mid-towers, the Scout 2. True dedication to the growing eSports phenomenon is being ready to move at a moment’s notice. Be it a LAN, friend’s house, or a remote battlefield, Scout 2 is prepared to take the fight to the enemy. Comfortable rubber carrying handles with steel reinforcements that are bolted to the core structure ensure that no matter how good your configuration is, they’ll be there to support the weight and ensure a swift transition between battlegrounds. Bumps and scuffs are an unavoidable part of any mission to a remote destination. A sliding cover over the two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and audio jacks on the front panel helps defend against possible damage and ensure that you can plug in and continue to frag.
A few months back Cooler Master allowed me to review The CM Storm Quick Fire Pro (QFP). You can check out the review here. In that review I proclaimed that “Cooler Master hit the nail on the head when focusing on the important aspects of a gaming keyboard.” If you read the review you’ll know that I really liked the Quick Fire Pro and then Cooler Master up and HAD to send me the CM Storm Trigger. The CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for all intents and purposes is the “smarter hotter sister” of the Quick Fire Pro. Even though I’ve been hooked on the Roccat ISKU Illuminated Gaming Keyboard recently why do I feel like I’m cheating? I really need to get out more…
The CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is the first gaming keyboard that Bob asked me to review in what I refer to as the “dime-piece” category. For the most part, regardless of price, the recent gaming keyboards I’ve reviewed for ThinkComputers have been in the Mid-Upper price tier of gaming peripheral products. The Trigger on the other hand is in the highest price tier and is supposed to be the best of the best that Cooler Master has to offer. Let’s see if it lives up to the hype.
Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, today sees the release of a gaming headset that is focused on a pure audio experience, the Ceres-400. Large 40mm drivers sit behind the booming power of the Ceres-400. Delve into your games, music, movies, and even internet calls with absolute clarity. Oversized and breathable 90mm ear pads provide an extremely comfortable cushion for long-term audio enjoyment.
Not that long ago we took a look at the CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Gaming Keyboard, now we are back with the CM Storm Trigger Gaming Keyboard! The Trigger is a step up from the Quick Fire Pro being CM Storm’s most expensive keyboard currently available. The Trigger features Cherry MX Brown mechanical key switches, 5 marco keys, full key illumination with 3 different modes, 64KB on-board memory for profile storage, a two port USB 2.0 hub and much more! Read on to check out our unboxing video and to see what the keyboard looks like when you turn the lights on!
Yes, Cooler Master’s CM Storm Sonuz headset is a beast. 53mm drivers, 97mm earpads, detachable microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, set the stage for a headset that is ready to climb in the ring with the big boys. But instead of dazzling you with virtual surround, the Sonuz is just going to hit you with raw power. Is its raw power strong enough to deliver a knockout punch? Continue reading to find out…
The Spawn is one hell of a gaming mouse. By far, the best $40 mouse I’ve ever used. So, when Bob asked me to take a look at the CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard I was very enthusiastic about the opportunity. I don’t have much history with Cooler Master’s line of products and only thing that I consistently purchased from Cooler Master was aftermarket CPU coolers, considered to be some of the best in the industry. But, now that all these component companies are diving full force into the gaming peripheral market and I’m truly excited to see what the “Storm” will bring (pun intended).
It seems everyone has a gaming keyboard now and Cooler Master has quite a few in their CM Storm line of gaming products. Today we are unboxing the Quick Fire Pro, which is a mechanical gaming keyboard. This keyboard features the Cherry MX mechanical key switches, full NKRO support via USB, multimedia shortcut keys, and it is partially backlit with red LED lights. Is this your next gaming keyboard? Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
As a hardcore gamer, I take my gaming tools seriously, and the mouse is no exception to a great PC gaming tool. I thought my Razer deathadder an I would be till death do us part, but when I received the Cooler Master Storm Sentinel Advance II, what’s a deathadder? This mouse with its bunch of awesome features totally was like slipping into new sheets. This mouse an I have a new relationship now, and I can say we bonded instantly.
“The CM Storm Sentinel Advance II gaming mouse puts control into gamers hands. The Sentinel Advance II features everything that gamers loved with the original. Cooler Master improved the design by adding the latest Avago ADNS-9800 Laser sensor. The new laser allows a maximum DPI of 8200. It also improves the lift-off by allowing as little as 1.5mm distance. There is 128KB Sentinel-X memory for storing profiles and macros within 5 profiles. Adjustments can be made on-the-fly by utilizing 4 DPI settings. DPI can be changed in 200 DPI. Polling rate can be toggled between 125Hz and 1000Hz and velocity is up to 150 IPS. There are 8 programmable buttons and weight adjustment in 4.5g increments.”
Via Hi Tech Legion
“Overall I’m quite impressed with the CM Trigger mechanical keyboard. I will be honest and say I couldn’t really handle the clickly clacky noise after a week and promptly bought some O-rings to quiet it down. This is something any of you who can’t stand the noise can do to reduce that while still getting the great feel of a mechanical keyboard. With or without the O-rings the keyboard is still worth getting your hands on. The price is a little high, but it is something I would fork the change over to have.”
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