HyperX Alloy Origins

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  • Great for gaming
  • Lightweight and compact design
  • Feels good to type on
  • Easy to use
  • Comes with a cord to hook up to your PS4


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HyperX Alloy Origins 60
The HyperX Alloy Origins 60 is a compact 60% mechanical gaming keyboard. Thanks to its aluminum body, it feels fantastically well-built. It uses HyperX Red linear switches which feel very light and responsive, and they require less force to actuate than other linear switches do. It has ful...
Shane Kuhn
5 months ago
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From what I've been able to find, looks like, the RK61, HyperX Alloy Origins 60% and Razer Huntsman Mini are some of the best options out there for the price. But as the tittle says I'm a little lost since IDK much about keyboards in general and could use some help deciding. Having said this, I would also appreciate any other suggestions aside from these 3.
HyperX Alloy Origins Review
HyperX's newest keyboard, the $109.99 Alloy Origins, is a keyboard nerd's kind of gear. It's a simple mechanical keyboard, but it's well-crafted and feels good to type on. The pieces that set it apart are its new proprietary switches, dubbed HyperX Red, which thread the needle between Cherry's and R...
Mike Epstein
5 months ago
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Failure is like onions: It has layers.
"Take a step away from membrane keyboards!" they said. "You'll enjoy it!" they said. I did. Until I didn't. See, for the most part, I love it; mine's got the HyperX Red switches, and they feel really nice, other than I would've liked a little less resistance on the keypress for typing and stuff. The...
Connor Mcvey
2 years ago
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60% is i think too small and 100% too big. does anybody have any sugestions?. and should i get this one -. # HyperX Alloy Origins Core, HyperX Red.
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NEW HyperX Alloy Origins 60 Review + Tear Down, THE BEST 60% GAMING KEYBOARD?
Sixty percent that'd be the closest comparison, but both of those boards cost more than this. The venus is around thirty to fifty dollars more and then the uh mecha mini is about just right at fifty dollars. More so yeah over both of those, i would still say, go with the hyperx if you're looking for a sixty percent, if you don't want a sixty percent again, this keyboard won my best after my maya pro right keyboard of the year
The Techne
5 months ago
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HyperX Alloy Origins Core Keyboard Pros and Cons
Do not hit the “Add to Cart” button until you read this review! This is an honest review based on my own personal experience using the HyperX Alloy Origins Core keyboard for more than two months. Do not get me wrong, overall, it is a really good keyboard, however, I think it’s worth noting its pluse...
Julie Meyer
2 years ago
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Just bought HyperX Alloy Origins keyboard, and it's epic! But I bought it not for gaming, but for work.
Mouse and keyboard upgrade!
Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition > HyperX Alloy Origins Core. I have my work laptop connected to my setup with a USB switch.
Very nice keyboard
I've owned quite a few keyboards and especially mechanical keyboards. After my wife took my Logitech G512, my favorite keyboard except that it's not TKL, I needed to find another board. I've used HyperX gear before, I have their headset and love it, so I figured I would give this a shot. I agonized ...
2 years ago
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Multimedia, volume, play/pause, previous track, next track, volume -, volume +