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HyperX Alloy FPS RGB - Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Controlled Light & Macro Customization, Silver Speed Switches, RGB LED Backlit
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- Rgb backlit keys with dynamic lighting effects
- Advanced customization with HyperX Ingenuity software (available via download)
- Compact, ultra portable design with detachable cable
- Solid steel frame
- Silver speed mechanical key switches
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Complete the HyperX Family
HyperX Cloud Alpha
HyperX Pulsefire Surge
HyperX FURY S
More chambers, less distortion
Custom 50mm Duel Chamber Drivers tuned to provide more accurate in-game audio
Dazzling, dynamic 360° RGB
A smooth, stunning light ring to give your build an edge in style.
Comfort and stability
Soft cloth surface for wrist comfort and a textured rubber underside.
Ultimate gaming comfort
Premium quality signature memory foam earcups with a tough aluminum frame
Featuring the Pixart 3389 Sensor with native DPI up to 16,000.
Seamless anti-fray stitching
FURY S has seamless anti-fray stitched edges to resist to daily wear and tear.
Convenient in-line controls
Adjust volume and mute the mic with convenient in-line audio controls.
Reliable Omron switches
Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks provide crisp tactile feedback.
Multiple sizes available
FURY S comes in four convenient sizes to fit your set up.
Easy to plug in noise-cancelling microphone
Customize lighting, set DPI, and program buttons, and save them with NGenuity.
Designed to work on PC, PS4, Xbox One and other platforms with a 3.5mm port.
Save up to 3 profiles to your Pulsefire Surge and have your setup ready to go.
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HyperX alloy FPS RGB is a high-performance mechanical computer gaming Keyboard designed to enhance your gaming performance and keeping your desktop layout colorful with customizable RGB LED lighting effects. The HyperX Alloy FPS RGB can be customized with easy-to-use HyperX Ingenuity software to help make your keys pop and stand out. Save up to three profiles and switch easily by pressing the F1, F2, F3 keys to toggle between your different customization profiles. It features different effects and brightness levels to choose from. This RGB Gaming Keyboard is designed with durable solid steel frame and is compact to be ultra-portable with detachable cable so you can easily game on the go. Includes convenient USB port that charges only mobile phones so you'll always have a fully charged phone while you game. about HyperX Ingenuity: hyperx Ingenuity is an easy-to-use software that allows you to personalize HyperX products. With compatible products, Ingenuity allows you to set up lighting ad effects, create and store macros, customize game mode, adjust mouse DPI settings, and monitor battery life and adjust audio. The software also comes with a library of game profile presets to get you started. keyboard: - key switches: kailh- Type: Mechanical>- backlight: RGB (16, 777, 216 colors>- light effects: per Key RGB lighting and 5 brightness levels. - on Board memory: 3 profiles>- connection Type: USB 2. 0 (2 USB connector>- USB 2. 0 pass-through: Yes (mobile phone charging only)- polling rate: 1000hz- anti-ghosting: 100% anti-ghosting- key rollover: n-key mode- media control: Yes>- game mode: Yes>- OS compatibility: Windows 10, 8. 1, 8, 7key switches: - Kailh silver speed>- linear, 40CN actuation force cable: - Type: detachable, braided>- length: 1. 8Mdimensions: - width: 442. 26mm>- Depth: 129. 81mm>- height: 35. 59mm>- weight (keyboard and cable): 1100gpackage contents: 1 mechanical gaming keyboard1 detachable USB Cable1 quick start Guide
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This HyperX FPS Pro is compact, sturdy, and functional. Here's my short list of Pros/Cons in my POV as someone who has about 6 mechanical keyboards.
Authentic Cherry MX Reds, not Outemu, Kailh, or Gaterons
Braided and detachable USB cable
Media keys (FN+F5-F8)
Metal top plate
Not gaudy, like some gamer keyboards
Red LEDs that can be turned off
Tenkeyless design (I prefer this at home because it saves desk space and offers a more natural position)
The key caps are really cheap. I replaced them before I even plugged the keyboard in.
Bottom keyboard housing is actually plastic, the top part is the thin metal plate. (still seems sturdy enough though)
I give it 4/5 stars, for the cheap keycaps and the fact that it advertises as being a metal keyboard, despite being plastic on the bottom. The top plate IS metal, however it's very thin. The keycaps are replacable with standard Cherry MX stems, however... but to get a good set you will spend at least another $20-30 (iKBC are decent and on Amazon)
Edit 2017-11-24: sadly I had to take off a star: the ;:, .>, and right alt keys fail to light up. Actually what seems to be happening is when you press those keys, it's lighting up the ones to the right of them, like those ones are doubly mapped.
The best thing about this keyboard is the many lighting modes, and that no software is needed to configure them. Each key has an individually-addressable light, not like cheaper keyboards where there's just some backlighting. There's Off-1-2-3-4 levels of brightness. There's six different modes, including a couple I've never seen on a keyboard before, like lights radiating out from a single key press.
Other cool things: steel frame, detachable USB cord (!), red braided cord to match the lighting, very compact footprint, stable rubber base, the keycaps are sort of squared off more than some of my other keyboards (yes, I own multiple ;-) which just looks great, it looks professional and non-toy-like.
I'm using the Cherry MX Red switches and they feel great, even response, not stiff or mushy.
If I could give 4.9 stars I would: there's a minor issue with the typography on the keys. It's got a non-standard horizontal layout for stuff.. like 1! instead of the ! being below the 1. But if you're a touch typist, it's not a big deal.
Wow this keyboard feels good. Nice hefty weight to the keycaps (feels better than my CM Storm Quickfire), great matte-black finish, and minimalist design.
I do have one concern: most of the keys have a metallic 'ringing' after being pressed and released quickly (what you normally do when typing). This is louder on some keys than others. Hope this will go away in time.
Update 7 Months Later: It's holding up nicely. The metallic ringing problem I noted earlier has gone away. However, I have run into one other quirk:
So I play street fighter 5 on this keyboard. In fighting games clean input signals and lack of interference are crucial. I recently found myself losing matches and suspected that faulty inputs were to blame. Sure enough, testing in training mode reveals that even when I am holding down a key (for a charge move you have to hold down a directional key for 2 seconds before inputting a command) the keyboard sometimes resets the input. In other words, there is a jitter or interference in the signal such that the computer registers that I have let go of the key when I in fact have not. Doesn't happen all the time, but I have noticed it.
If you don't play games where clean signals are paramount, this probably won't be an issue. If you're just an average user looking for a minimalist keyboard, I can still recommend.
1 Year update: still holding up great. However, the left arrow keycap has cracked where the keycap attaches to the mechanical switch (where the '+' shape rod is inserted). So the key wobbles a little when pressed. This probably happened when I was mashing my keys in Street fighter, so probably won't be caused by normal use...
I'm going to get straight to the point.
This keyboard is amazing, it feels premium.
And it's durable.
The color output is good and bright.
Also you can customize it to the way you like it (the RGB).
The one and only con is that the keys are very nice and all but, sensitive.
While gaming I will sometimes accidentally hit the spacebar but, it will probably be easy to grow used to.
In conclusion, this keyboard is well worth the ~$110. Honestly, I can see this keyboard selling for even $140 and I still wouldnt complain!!
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The keyboard base is made from stolid steel and has a nice weight to it. The base also has the usual two legs, allowing you have the keyboard be slightly raised.
The USB cable can also be detached from both ends making it easy to move the keyboards position or moving it off the desk completely if you have a small/compact desk such as myself.
The keys themselves have a nice resistance to them, I'd say in they are in medium in tension and reasonably spaced apart. The led back-lighting is also really good and has a few different modes, including WASD, wave, fade in and out, constantly on and constantly off.
The back-lighting also has various brightness levels too.
The cable of the keyboard is also very well made and is very durable as it is braided too. It has a nice red and black design making it easy to identifying the cable in your cable tidy or on the back of your PC,
The sound of your key clicks are very loud, which I personally really like :)
Highly recommend it!
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Keys not responding anymore after such smack down and now needs to be liquidated
En cuanto a efectos, acabados y funcionalidad general muy bien, quizás solo me tocó la mala suerte.
One issue I've had with the keyboard is that sometimes the software controlling the LEDs glitches out and the keyboard needs resetting, but this is actually a pretty rare occurrence since I don't really mess around with all the different LED settings. Other owners have reported that their keys also stop responding, but I think I've only had this issue whilst using the keyboard on macOS, and was easily fixed by resetting the keyboard with two buttons.
Antes de comprarlo leí una reseña de 3 estrellas por Francisco que decía: "durante los primeros 30 minutos de uso todo iba muy bien, hasta que la tecla DEL brincó inesperadamente".
De todas formas decidí comprarlo y justo cuando lo abrí me di cuenta que la tecla DEL se encontraba suelta -aún dentro de la caja- al sacarlo la coloqué en su lugar y no ha vuelto a desacomodarse.
Lo recomiendo plenamente, solo hay que estar atentos a que ninguna tecla (en especial la DEL) venga defectuosa.