HyperX now utilize Blue mechanical switches on its gaming keyboard lineup
April 7, 2021

The HyperX Alloy Origins Core Mechanical Gaming Keyboard now features HyperX Blue mechanical switches.

HyperX has just announced that it is now shipping its HyperX Alloy Origins Core Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with HyperX Blue mechanical switches. The HyperX Blue mechanical switches offer a shorter actuation point along with an 80 million click rating perfect for gaming or even work from needs.

It features a minimalistic and compact design along with RGB backlit keys that should enhance gaming or work from home setups. HyperX Blue switches have also been favored by gamers for their ‘clicky’ key sounds and operating acton.

Along with that, the Alloy Origins Core is built from aircraft-grade aluminum for durability. There is also a space-saving tenkeyless layout that maximizes desktop real estate. The BGR backlit keys have exposed LEDs for brighter illuminations and are fully customizable. It also connects via USB-C, which is also detachable.

“HyperX is excited to add HyperX Blue mechanical switches to the Alloy Origins Core lineup,” said Bianca Walter, Business Manager, HyperX EMEA. “Alloy Origins Core was designed specifically for TKL keyboard fans. Adding the new HyperX Blue switches alongside the existing red switch version allows gamers to choose their preferred switch type while receiving the top performance, reliability, and style inherent in keyboards with HyperX-branded switches.”

The entire Alloy Origins Core keyboard line features ‘Custom Game Mode’ that lets you manage which keys are enabled during gameplay. There’s a macro library where you can store macro keys and even save up to three profiles for on-the-go gaming. The HyperX Alloy Origins Core Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with HyperX Blue switches is now available online.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
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