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Cooler Master Trigger

Cooler Master Trigger
alaScore 83

11 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and reliability. There are some critical reviews about the usability, while there are mixed comments on the build quality and size.

price, reliability, design

usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Cooler Master Trigger is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 11 reviews)

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Cooler Master Trigger Review

 

Spending more than a few hundred rupees on a pair of headphones, mice or keyboards might seem like a waste of money to the layman and the Cooler Master Trigger is one such, high-end gaming keyboard, which might come across as such as a product. Ask a...

Priced at 8,500, there’s no denying the fact that the Cooler Master Trigger isn’t expensive. If you’re looking for just any mechanical keyboard, there are a few cheaper options. They’re noisy and crude, but they offer good value for money. Remember...

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good keyboard bad wrist rest

 

Good keyboard! I like the LED back light. BlueSiwtch is good for typing although it is a little noisy

Wrist rest is bull ***t! The surface was badly chipped

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Documentation worthless

 

If you are looking for a good typing keyboard with macro support and nighttime typing this isn't a bad choice. If you for example want to know how to make the multimedia keys work, well I am still trying to figure that out.

The CherryMX blue keyboard is the best typing keyboards I have seen since the early 80s reminding me of an IBM Selectric typewriter. My accuracy and speed have improved the short time I have had this board. The lit keyboard is perfect for day or night...

Documentation is the absolute worst I have seen on any product in this price range.(can you say worthless as a mammary gland on a boar) The online manual for the key board drops you to a page not found error (as well as several of the FAQs.at their...

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Very Satisfied

 

This is my first mechanical keyboard and I could not be more happy about my purchase. The cherry mx blue switches sound spectacular and work great. I have only had this keyboard for about 2 weeks but everything was extremely easy to install and the...

I started to notice a slight ping sound when I press the space key but I don't think it's a big deal

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Not working after 3 weeks

 

Would not recommend to those who don't have patience for a non-updated- super-hard- to-use driver. First time purchase a CM Storm product, not sure if I will consider next time.

great design, nice blue switch feel ; decent price when on sale

1, Right storm key now working after 3 weeks can't adjust light or use any media key right now ; 2, Very slow customer support ; 3, Driver so hard to use ; 4,I can use it now, but I have to let the driver software open(can't even put it in system tray)

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My Computer Is Too Fast For it

 

Great Feel, Programable keys

My computer boots to fast and I have to unplug the USB and plug it back it in after boot in order for it to work. (First World Problems) Ultimately had to get a new keyboard (Quick Fire Pro). This is because the keyboard has some onboard memory that...

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Great Keyboard

 

The keyboard itself is very big and sturdy, feels like it was put together well ; The keys are very clicky which is what I wanted. Typing is very smooth on this keyboard, and its noticeably easier and more comfortable to type on. The layout of the keys...

Having to re-assign the Storm key to the Windows key is annoying. But you only need to do it once

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Poor support

 

I did not purchase this product through Newegg. Newegg is always awesome.

Everything relating to the keyboard itself is magnificent. The switches are just as they should be, the backlighting is brilliant, and the macro keys are just awesome. If it were just relating to the keyboard, 5/5 eggs hands down

The Cooler Master/CM Storm support is dreadful. I put in an inquiry (#2373) on March 20 of this year about a replacement part and got a response NINE days later (on March 29th) stating that I can get replacements at major retailers, and the support rep...

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Great Keyboard!

 

This keyboard is amazing, even though I've only had it for a few days, I really feel like this keyboard is gonna take my game to the next level.

This keyboard is great for anyone that plays any kind of PC game. The sound that this keyboard makes with every single key press is a great sound that just makes you feel good. Even when just typing out a few sentences on facebook, the sound and the...

The only three cons I can think of are the lack of a windows key, but that is fixable by a download from the cooler master website. Also, the driver is giving me difficulty in downloading it. Finally, the rubberized surface, while a great feel, I...

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the coolest

 

I use linux and to get the M1 key to be usable I had to remap it to XF86Launch9 from XF86Tools. M2-M5 are XF86Launch6-8.

Keys feel amazing I've never had a mechanical keyboard. I wanted a full size keyboard for programming and typing with macros to switch between virtual desktops and this fit the bill. Was actually not as loud as I thought it would be, it's definitely...

I am coming from a saitek keyboard and I made a ton of misclicks playing dota, this is mostly cause I used to rest my hand on the edge of my old kb which is now macro keys and the escape is not in line with the numbers. Will just take some getting used...

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Product Specifications

Configuration

Calculator Functionality: No
Chip Card Reader: No
Flexible Keyboard: No
Integrated Cursor Control: No
Magnetic Card Reader: No
Numerical Block Included: No
Remote Control: No
Separate Mouse Included: No
USB:USB 2.0
USB Hub: No
Voice Control: No

General Features

Platform:PC / Mac
Supported Console:Not Applicable
Type:Keyboard
Type of Connection:Cable
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