The Quick Fire Rapid – With Cherry Red Switches!
I’ll quickly showcase keypulling before actually bringing up the Quick Fire up to my rig for physical testing.
Using the key puller is incredibly easy to do! Simply align it so that its teeth are in a vertical orientation like so, slide it down until both teeth click, and pull straight up to disengage the keycap from the mechanical switch. To replace a key, you simply line up the new keycap on the empty switch, and push it down until it has a solid grip on the switch.
A quick turnover of the Quick Fire reveals three tracks for you to run the USB cable, for whichever best suits your desk setup. Plug in the cable before running it through one of them! I ran mine through the channel exiting the right-side (the left one in the picture). The tracks themselves are a teensy bit narrower than the width of the cable, which makes it a little bit challenging to actually get the cable sitting along the entire length of the track. However, once pushed in, it will be held very securely.
There are no fancy driver installs or the like after plugging in. I simply added the USB to PS/2 converter, plugged the Quick Fire into that, and was instantly ready to go!