HyperX's Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Keyboard Is Bright, Light, And Compact

HyperX adds a shiny new mechanical keyboard to its lineup -- complete with faster keys, customizable backlighting, and other features.

Gaming peripheral manufacturer HyperX revealed the latest in its lineup of mechanical keyboards, the Alloy FPS RGB. This new high-performance gaming keyboard offers players all the features generally expected in a mechanical keyboard, only in a more compact design perfect for those of us that don't want to waste game space -- or for those of us whose cats take up at least have the desk anyway.

With a price of $109.99, the Alloy FPS RGB provides players with a full-size keyboard set in a solid steel alloy frame. It features Kailh Silver Speed key switches with a light 40g actuation force. The keys are rated for 70 million key presses, which means you should be able to abuse them like crazy without them going out. 

The keyboard also features three custom lighting profiles that can be saved to onboard memory. Lighting settings can be chosen for each key. Even the brightness level can be adjusted on the key lighting with players being able to choose between five different levels.

Other useful features of the Alloy FPS RGB keyboard are the detachable cable which allows for the convenience of both a wired and wireless keyboard in one, and the Game Mode option that can be used to disable the Windows key. Looking over the other keyboards offered by HyperX, the Alloy FPS RGB is a nice selection for those not wanting to pay a lot but still wanting a good selection of features.

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for our upcoming review of the keyboard. 



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Platforms Peripherals Tags hyperx 
Published Sep. 10th 2018

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