The much maligned JSF program and its F-35 Lightning II fighter jet may see some bright light being shined upon it soon! According to some rumors, the much famed albeit rather criticized stealth fighter will probably receive the new Adaptive Engine Technology Development (AETD) engine. This marks the beginning of a new era for the aircraft for several reasons: better fuel efficiency, more power and better utility for the airplane overall. Simply put, it would extend the aircraft’s range and allow it to better fulfill its role(s). With many new potential threats coming online in the next few years, adding range and time on station is
Here is a video showcasing a B-2 Bomber and why the stealth on this platform is non-negotiable in every aspect.
Today we are taking a look at the Cooler Master (CM) Storm QuickFire XT Stealth mechanical keyboard (with Cherry MX Green switches). The QuickFire XT is the full size variant of the QuickFire series, and the Stealth denotes the fact that it has front-printed keys (as opposed to top-printed). We previously reviewed the QuickFire TK as well as the QuickFire Stealth. Since the QuickFire XT Stealth is basically just a full sized version of the QuickFire Stealth, we’re going to focus primarily on the differences between the models, as well as our experience using Cherry MX Green switches. Specifications: Key Switch: CHERRY MX Blue /