HyperX is finally following suit by debuting its first compact model called the Alloy Origins 60. There are fewer keys here than one of its full-sized options, you’ll find most of the keys available have secondary functions that can be activated by holding down the function button.
This isn’t the first 60-percent keyboard coming from HyperX’s name. Similarly, the Alloy Origins 60 features those same switches, with a USB-C port for connecting it to your computer. It can store up to three profiles with its onboard memory, which you can switch on the keyboard itself or through HyperX’s Windows 10 app.
HyperX says that its keycaps included are PBT double-shot, which means that they’re far more resistant to getting shiny and having the lettering wear away after lots of use. This model will release in the US on February 22nd for $99.99.
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