After invading the successful gaming gear segment with headphones, Kingston increasingly 'plays big' with many high-quality mouse and keyboard products on the market, meeting the needs of gamers. both professional and amateur. Recently they have launched the HyperX Alloy Origin, a mechanical keyboard that must be beautiful from the inside out.
Impressive packaging of HyperX Alloy Origin.
Inside kit with accents is removable wire, USB type C trendy.
And this is the protagonist HyperX Alloy Origin.
The first impression when touching HyperX Alloy Origin is the extremely solid build, the entire shell is made of metal (most likely aluminum alloy), cool, matte paint creates a different level of This mechanical keyboard. In addition, the use of a separate cord with USB Type C connection is also a big plus.
The HyperX logo is on an extremely solid metal base.
Even the bottom is made of metal, instead of plastic like many other keyboards.
Lift the dual slope of HyperX Alloy Origin.
However, HyperX Alloy Origin has a small minus point in the design is the lack of wiring grooves for easy 'navigation' to be neat when placed on the table.
The appearance of the HyperX Alloy Origin is really beautiful, when the 'light up' is even more noticeable with the color of the RGB lamp that changes color smoothly, shimmering in the night. The floating switch design on the keys makes the light 'exit' even more, highlighting the appeal of the product.
HyperX Alloy Origin is very beautiful when lighting up.
The effect color of the transition is very smooth.
Floating switch design is very suitable to escape the light.
In addition, the large font and reasonable design keycap also contribute a part to make the keyboard more beautiful. HyperX Alloy Origin has a lot of interesting effects for users to choose, gamers can fully customize themselves through its bundled software.
The very new display style display of HyperX Alloy Origin, looks very modern.
According to the company's introduction, this switch will have a shorter journey (3.8 mm) and the signal receiving point is also closer (1.8 mm) than Cherry MX Red (4 mm and 2 mm), while the counter force Anise is still 45 g. However, during use, the distance of 0.2 mm does not make much difference, you have to be very observant to see that it is 'a bit faster'.
Overall, this new switch of HyperX Alloy Origin has very good quality, smooth and regular typing, well-balanced long keys. The gaming experience on the keyboard is also very good, through some screens of CS: GO or DOTA 2, I did not stall or press the wrong or slow at all.
Currently HyperX Alloy Origin is priced at about 2.7 million VND in Vietnam, the reasonable price for a high-end keyboard with full metal cover, beautiful RGB LED light and perfect quality keyboard.