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As expected, the Quickfire TK Stealth follows the traditional CM Storm “grunge” style, with a graphic of the TK Stealth on the front, along with a sticker with the switch type on – in this case Cherry MX Browns.

The rear of the box has various translations of the features the TK Stealth has, of which the more important ones are display via an image on the right side of the box.

Now for the good bit: inside the box you have the Quickfire TK Stealth keyboard, USB to miniUSB cable, Key cap puller, features book and user guide.

Let’s take a closer look.

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