HyperX Alloy Elite Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅06-09-17
Packaging & First Look
The HyperX Alloy Elite arrives within a substantial box wrapped in a glossy sleeve. There’s a large photo of the product on the front, along with information pertaining to the keyboard layout and Cherry MX keys.

The flip-side shows off the keyboard’s main features, referring to the Solid Steel frame and USB-passthrough amongst others.

The inner carton is produced from a thick corrugated cardboard, offering excellent protection from even the most lackadaisical courier.
The keyboard is wrapped in a thick plastic, with all of the included extras placed underneath.

HyperX provide some optional keys alongside a key-puller. The WASD keys have a checker-plating texture while 1 through 4 are painted silver. There’s also a small welcome card and a Quick Start Guide.

The keyboard is completely black and white, allowing for those red LEDs to be turned off, if you so wish, without there being any indication towards the colour scheme; some people still prefer a complete lack of LEDs.

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