It would seem tenkeyless is now a word thanks to the CM QuickFire Stealth
Subject: General Tech | March 7, 2014 - 09:48 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, cooler master, CM Storm QuickFire Stealth, mechanical keyboard
As you can see in the picture the word refers to the lack of a numpad, which trims down the size of the QuickFire Stealth, though the 2.1lbs weight may surprise you. You can choose the Cherry switch colour of your choice, a nice touch for the typing purist and it comes with the standard Vengeance key removal tool for customizing your keyboard layout. The USB cord is completely detachable making this a relatively portable device and it even has a USB to PS/2 adapter if you are that type of person. Check out The Tech Report's full review here.
"With a tenkeyless design and "covert" lettering on the key caps, Cooler Master's QuickFire Stealth isn't your average mechanical keyboard. We take a closer look at how it differs from the masses."
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