A video review of the HyperX Alloy Elite, a full size mechanical gaming keyboard with your choice of three Cherry MX keys to suit your playing style.
The Alloy Elite is HyperX’s full size gaming keyboard that includes media keys, a volume knob, wrist rest, and your choice of three Cherry MX type keys.
The Cloud Alpha is the latest gaming headset in HyperX’s line-up that’s geared towards the serious gamer.
HyperX unveiled a suite of new gear at CES today including its first wireless gaming headset, the HyperX Cloud Flight, and an expanded suite of RGB gaming peripherals including the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB mechanical keyboard, the HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB gaming mouse, and the world’s first infrared synchronized DDR4 RGB memory – the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB Memory.
The new HyperX Cloud Alpha gaming headset uses an interesting two chamber design separating high and low frequencies for great sounding audio. So how does it work? Find out as the HyperX team shows us a cutaway section of the headset.
The HyperX Alloy FPS is an excellent gaming keyboard with:
– 8 extra gaming keys
– Cherry MX keys (choice of Brown, Red or Blue)
– Full N-Key Roll Over
– 6 Lighting presets
– No key jamming
– 1000Hz polling
– Extremely affordable for a mechanical keyboard, $100 at time of review!
Video Review: The HyperX FURY Pro Gaming Mousepad is huge in its ability to give you more mouse space when you need to do some major fragging without having to lift up your mouse....
Super comfy, inexpensive, with a great mic-mute function.