CM Storm Trigger Z Keyboard Review

Software

CM Storm Trigger Z Keyboard Review

Software

As always with a macro-heavy keyboard there is some software, and the Trigger Z has one of the easiest packages we've used. It's becoming expected from CM Storm to produce user-friendly, low footprint software and long may it continue.

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Moving profiles from the software itself to the keyboard (and back again if you so desire) is simplicity itself, and even the macro recorder requires no studying of PDFs to be up and running in moments.

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28-02-2014, 09:02:13

tinytomlogan
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The latest addition to the CM Storm range of peripherals is the Trigger Z keyboard. We take a look.


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28-02-2014, 13:03:30

Conchubair
Quickfire user here. It looks ugly. Dunno why, it doesnt look right for some reason..

01-03-2014, 18:50:36

luongo27
Looking to get a mechanical keyboard in the near future, and this is looking like a front runner at the moment. The fact that you say it's built like a tank is a real plus as I have had my current Logitech media keyboard well over five years now. I've also got my eyes on the ozone pro strike one, but I'm not as sure of the build quality of their products.

02-03-2014, 09:36:06

Xenomorphical
This would have been great if it would have RGB LED's and if there was a US layout (smaller ENTER button).
So the search for the perfect keyboard goes on

02-03-2014, 11:14:31

SPS
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xenomorphical View Post
This would have been great if it would have RGB LED's and if there was a US layout (smaller ENTER button).
So the search for the perfect keyboard goes on
There is a US layout, but obviously as a UK-based review site it's logical to review a model with the UK layout.

02-03-2014, 13:18:39

mike22122
operating on a budget, can anybody recommend a good entry level mechanical board?
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