HyperX has been gaming keyboards for a few years now. Most manufacturers are using Cherry MX or Kailh keys depending on the price hike. Today in Computex, the first keyboard to use a new keypad design from the Hyperx company.
As you can see from the photo above, HyperX's switches operate based on the usual reds that are ideal for high-performance competitors gamers. The redesign of the hyperpx expression has been changed. However, the travel distance and the surplus point were below 3.8 mm and 1.8 mm respectively. This is less than 0.2mm lower than a normal Cherry MX red shift.
They say you love the red swims and love it … RedAlloy Origins will be worth a fortune. Although it is difficult to get justice on a keyboard in a short time, it will definitely feel on my hand. However, this does not look for most mechanical keyboard workshops that they use for typing more in gaming.
It looks like alloy origins. This is a full-size keyboard with a precious aluminum frame. This I use to illustrate hyper-X's "black pudding" translucent kickaps. However, if you do not want your desk to be like a scene, you will get the keyboard with a more tough black cap. Enter Void.
Alloy Origins will be available for $ 109.99 in the third quarter of this year. That is the Alloy FPS RGB, like the hyper-X. Kilas switches are used at the same price.