HyperX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: Alloy FPS

HyperX is coming out with 3 new mechanical gaming keyboards knowns as: HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.
The previous model was the Alloy FPS; the Alloy RGB (a fourth model) will debut later this year.
Also the Alloy FPS and FPS Pro share quite a bit of the same design. Both are compact and with virtually no front bezel and a top plate design.
Both feature removable red and black braided cable.
The only down part is, the two new keyboards only have red RGB lights, you can however change the lighting effects.

Cherry MX mechanical keys

For quality and durability, HyperX Alloy FPS features Cherry MX mechanical keys.
The Alloy FPS gives you the choice of Cherry MX Red, Brown, or Blue switches, the Alloy FPS Pro is limited to Cherry MX Reds.
The new Alloy Elite comes with eight titanium-colored key caps, four of which are textured (for WASD cluster).
These are the same as the metallic red-colored caps you get with the original FPS Alloy.

The Alloy Elite costs $110.The forthcoming Alloy RGB mechanical gaming keyboard will still cost the expected $150
HyperX Alloy FPS comes complete with a high-quality mesh travel pouch to store and protect the keyboard and accessories.

hyperx alloy mechanical gaming keyboard
hyperx alloy mechanical gaming keyboard







Switch: Cherry MX
Type: Mechanical
Backlight: Single color, Red
Light effects: 6 LED modes and 5 brightness levels
Connection type: USB 2.0 (2 USB connectors)
USB Passthrough: Yes (mobile phone charging only)
Polling rate: 1000Hz
Anti-ghosting: 100% anti-ghosting
Key rollover: 6-key / N-key modes
Media control: Yes
Game mode: Yes
Type: Detachable, braided
Length: 1.8m
Width: 441.65mm
Depth: 129.38mm
Height: 35.59mm
Weight (keyboard and cable): 1049g