Since the first gaming keyboard was released in 2016, HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, has continuously expanded the Alloy keyboard series to provide the best for all-levels of gamers. With gamers’ needs in mind, HyperX keyboard designs have continued to improve. HyperX today revealed Alloy OriginsTM Mechanical Gaming Keyboard featuring brand new HyperX keyswitches, 45g actuation point, shorter travel time, and rating for up to 80 million lifetime clicks.
HyperX Alloy keyboards are known for being durable and reliable and featuring solid frame and quality switches. To improve on this, HyperX developed its first HyperX red key-switches and are introducing them on the new Alloy Origins keyboard, with a 1.8mm actuation point and 3.8mm, a shorter travel time than other products, making it ideal for gamers looking for their best reaction times. The HyperX key-switches are durable, rated for up to 80 million lifetime clicks, to ensure stable game play during fierce battles.
Alloy Origins is a full-size mechanical gaming keyboard with a space-saving layout to maximise desktop real estate for FPS gameplay. The keyboard offers up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly to the on-board memory for on-the-go lighting and macro settings. Alloy Origins features dynamic lighting with exposed LED on the keyswitches, providing brighter and more radiant RGB lighting. Gamers can customize lighting effects and per key RGB control using the latest version of HyperX NGenuity software, designed with an intuitive user-friendly interface.
“We’re excited to debut Alloy Origins along with the first HyperX key-switches at Computex this year.” said HyperX. “As a leading brand in gaming and esports, we’ll continue to support the world of gaming and esports by creating the best gear on the market for all gamers.”
The new HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keyboard will be displayed at the HyperX Computex showroom, and available later this year in selective regions. For more information, please visit HyperX homepage.