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- Great for gaming
- Solid construction and craftmanship
- Keys are silent with shallow key travel before activation
- Macro programmable keys and customizable RGB backlighting
- Low actuation force
The Writers Choice.......for me!
First, one major thing out of the way before I explain this review. I am disabled, in 2017 in my mid 40's I had to retire. Luckily enough for me, I was able to do that. One of my major problems is swelling, and yes in my hands. So here I was retired, and unable to do many of the things I enjoyed. So...
The 3 Best RGB Keyboards - Spring 2022
This mid-range offering is a solid gaming choice thanks to the linear HyperX Red switches inside the board, which have a low operating force and a short pre-travel distance for a sensitive typing experience. However, the pre-installed pudding keycaps are what makes this keyboard a solid choice for RGB enthusiasts.
Like the basic utility of a keyboard itself stops. Plus a little google search made me aware that many users have had the same keyboard(made of steel, mind you) rusting. I'm severely disappointed with my purchase and with HyperX. This entire ordeal has left a very bad taste and I regret my purchase.
Because when starting it updated the firmware of my keyboard only for me to see that there are less RGB options in the new all caps NGENUITY than there were before. To make things worse my keyboard doesn't work with the old NGenuity program anymore so some RGB options are just gone forever for me. Thank you, HyperX. 0/10 Can't recommend.
Look at that RGB! Hyperx Alloy Elite 2 Gaming Keyboard Unboxing
So that's a really nice touch all in all a fantastic keyboard, really good, looking very comfortable and very nice to use.
The HyperX Alloy Elite 2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is built like a tank. Solid construction and craftmanship, this is by far the brightest key board I own. The keys are silent with shallow key travel before activation. Solid keyboard all around I have no complaints with the keyboard , now on to the...
Hello, I recently purchased an Alloy Elite 2 and a Pulsefire Raid (I use macros). I absolutely love the keyboard and I'm just getting used to the mouse. What I've noticed is that HyperX software doesn't have a macro loop setting, which I thought it was a standard thing and have been using with Razer for ages. I know the software is pretty knew, but how often the devs put out new and/or useful updates?