HyperX announces first gaming keyboard with its own switch design

HyperX has been manufacturing gaming keyboards for some years, and like many other manufacturers, it mostly uses Cherry MX or Kailh key switches, depending on the price. However, today at Computex, HyperX announces its first keyboard to use a new key switch design from the company itself.

The keyboard is called Alloy Origins, and as you can see in the photo above, the HyperX switches are based on typical reds, which are a popular option for competitive players due to their high responsiveness. However, HyperX has further modified the red design, reducing the distance of travel and the point of action to 3.8 mm and 1.8 mm respectively. That's 0.2 mm lower than a standard Cherry MX red switch.

All this is to say that if you really like red switches and you want them to sit … more red Alloy Origins might be worth it. Look. Certainly, I felt fast in my brief practices, although it is difficult to judge a keyboard in a few minutes. But it will not be the best option for most mechanical keyboard enthusiasts who use them to write more than to play.


hyperx announces first gaming keyboard with its own switch design

The appearance of Alloy Origins is shown below. It's a full-size keyboard with a trimmed aluminum frame, and it's shown here with the translucent "black pudding" keys of HyperX, that I have to say what kind of digging. However, you can get the keyboard with more demure black letters if you do not want your desktop to look like a scene from Enter the empty .

The Alloy Origins will be available in the third quarter of this year for $ 109.99. It is the same price as the HyperX RGB Alloy FPS, which uses the Kailh switches.

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