HyperX Alloy FPS Pro

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By Digit Desk | Updated on 13-Mar-2018
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date: 13 Mar, 2018
Official Website : Kingston
7,499
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Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date : 13-Mar-2018
Official Website : Kingston
Price : 7,499
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  • Design
  • performance
  • Value for money
  • feature
  • pros
  • + Compact form factor
  • + Genuine Cherry MX switches
  • + Removable cable
  • cons
  • - No carry pouch
  • - Poor adhesive in rubber feet

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The HyperX Alloy FPS Pro is targeted for a niche audience who need a portable mechanical keyboard. It’s doesn’t have a numpad, the form factor is small and the cable is detachable. The absence of the numpad can straight away put off certain people who regularly use them. However, if most of your usage doesn’t require a numpad, and it’s mostly gaming, then you might prefer a smaller keyboard. The form factor is smaller compared to other mechanical keyboards, so it will take less space on your desk. The detachable cable is a luxurious feature required for portability. This exerts less strain on the cable when it’s being carried around. But they haven’t included a carry pouch as seen on the Alloy FPS.

We didn’t notice any compromise in build quality. The chassis has a metal frame on top that houses the switches. Keycap quality is the same as what we see on similarly priced keyboards. The keycap stem is dense enough not to wear out easily. With the introduction of a detachable cable, the risk of damage increases if you regularly keep on detaching the cable.

All the above-mentioned features are rare to find on any other mechanical keyboard. If you’re looking for these specific features on a gaming keyboard then the Pro is a solid choice to consider. However, if you don’t need a detachable cable and wouldn’t mind a slightly thicker keyboard, you should go for the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S. It has more features and almost the same build quality. However, it’s also difficult to find it listed online with appropriate prices.

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