The HyperX Alloy FPS RGB arrives in an off-white box that features design elements that resemble a slightly degraded plastered exterior wall. Its very unusual, yet it does make a difference to the usual stark white we see all too often. Also on the front, there is some information as well as the switch variant used.
The design elements from the front also carry to rear where there is further information on some of the keys features of the Alloy FPS RGB.
Included with the keyboard is the documents and that is all. We would have liked to have seen at least a keycap puller bundled in as it would make cleaning the keyboard so much easier.
First impressions of the Alloy FPS RGB are really good, the bordering frame is very slim making it feel more compact than it is; plus the steel top plate has lovely bevelled edges which adds a nice touch of class to the overall aesthetic.