FPS gamers demand the best gear tailored to their specific needs, so when HyperX set about designing its first ever PC gaming keyboard they went straight to the professionals. Consulting with pro gamers such as Legacy eSports, who boast one of Australia’s top CS: GO teams, enabled HyperX to deliver the ALLOY FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, a full-sized mechanical gaming keyboard that has a space-saving layout to maximise desktop real estate for FPS mouse movement.
With an RRP of $169, the HyperX ALLOY FPS Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is built with a solid steel frame, features Cherry MX Mechanical switches with HyperX red backlit keys and six preset LED modes including a custom mode. The keyboard also offers Game Mode to easily disable the Windows key to prevent accidental game interruptions, along with 100-percent anti-ghosting and full N-Key rollover functionalities. It features an easy access USB charge port located on the back of the keyboard and will ship with additional HyperX red-coloured WASD keys, detachable braided cord and a mesh travel pouch for protection and storage.
HyperX is an avid supporter of eSports and the gaming community developing products designed specifically for FPS genres such as the HyperX Cloud Revolver headset, which delivers studio-grade sound stage as well as enhanced comfort and superior quality. HyperX ALLOY FPS Keyboard is designed for dedicated FPS gamers which is why it has become the official keyboard of the ESL ANZ Championship in Season 2.
After much research and testing, HyperX has developed a mechanical keyboard from the ground up to withstand the most intense gameplay while saving space that is vital for FPS gamers. With its solid steel frame, the Cherry MX Blue switch featured keyboard can take the stress of millions of key presses and more. Gamers who play FPS classics like CS:GO or other shooters such as Overwatch will appreciate the compact yet sturdy design. Overall, the HyperX ALLOY FPS keyboard gives gamers more space to execute intricate actions during play with more operating area for the mouse.