We recently travelled down to see the Kingston team and HyperX European Business Guru Ed Baily unboxed their latest Alloy Elite for us. Its worth pointing out that Dominic has just reviewed this for KitGuru over HERE so you may want to check out our full review today as well if you are interested in buying this new high spec gaming keyboard.
Watch via our VIMEO Channel below, or over on Youtube at 1080p HERE
This particular keyboard is not full RGB (they have the Alloy Elite RGB for that), however for an extra £20 spend over the Alloy FPS you get a wrist rest, volume slider, dedicated media keys and one button LED controls. Seems like money well spent to us.
Be sure to check out Ed Baily’s unboxing above, on our Vimeo and YouTube channels.
- Switch: CHERRY MX
- Type: mechanical
- Backlight: single colour, red
- Light effects: 6 LED modes and 4 brightness levels
- Connection type: USB 2.0 (2 USB connectors)
- Cable: braided, 1.8m
- Dimensions: Width 444.00mm, Depth 226.80mm, Height 36.30mm
- Weight (keyboard and cable): 1467g
- USB 2.0 pass-through: yes
- Polling rate: 1000Hz
- Key rollover: N-key
KitGuru says: Do you feel HyperX hit the nail on the head with the design of this keyboard, or do you feel they could be doing something different/better? Let us know in the comments below, or over on Facebook.