HyperX Alloy Origins

HyperX Alloy Origins
B

Based on 108 reviews

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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...
Positive
Shane Kuhn
3 months ago
rtings.com
rtings.com
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...
Neutral
Mike Epstein
3 months ago
pcmag.com
pcmag.com
'Merica here. Have the HyperX Alloy Origins. LOVE it. Got mine with reds cause I love my neighbors.
Positive
TheSkyking2020
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards
I recommend the hyperx alloy origins core with hyperx reds it’s a tkl keyboard btw switches aren’t swappable sorry if you what hotswap just go with a gk not the optical switches tho and maybe get Better stabs if it’s within budget
Positive
Lopsided-Day6509
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/Keyboard
youtube
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
Neutral
The Techne
3 months ago
youtube.com
youtube.com
Should I get the Everest Max Keyboard or the HyperX Alloy Origins Core?
I like the quality of the HyperX Alloy Origins Core and I love the look of it, especially with the custom keycaps but I also really like the modules on the Everest Max.
**HyperX Alloy Origins Aqua:** have heard good things about this board and that the switches feel nice. Sadly haven't been able to test the switches so this is based off of word of mouth. I like the ability that you would be able to change the caps on these, so that's a plus.
After speaking to some friends for keyboard suggestions I was given the HyperX Alloy Origins 60% and Ducky Shine 7. I've been using Laptop keyboard most of my life and simple budget HP keyboards at work. I was hoping to get some beginner friendly pre-built suggestions. I don't want to get into custom building keyboards as I don't have the environment to do so yet.
Basic functionality is missing. Go for a different company. I spent 120 on my HyperX Alloy Origins Core. Biggest regret-purchase of my life.
Negative
40KWarsTrek
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/HyperX
Dunno what its price is, it was one of the cheapest mechanical keyboards from known brand in Poland, but HyperX Alloy Origins I got recently is pretty amazing.
Positive
BorsukBartek
reddit.com
reddit.com/r/keyboards

Specs

Device Type

Keyboard

Backlit

RGB

Interface

USB-C

Hot Keys Function

Multimedia, volume, play/pause, previous track, next track, volume -, volume +