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Keyboard and mouse news from HyperX


The HyperX Alloy Origins 65 It is a keyboard with a spectacular design that combines two key elements for every gamer: small size and functional capabilities. It has a 65% format that makes it more compact than a device without numeric keys, even keeping the arrow keys.

It stands out for its durability, as a result of a body made entirely of aluminum and with HyperX keys, designed to withstand 80 million keystrokes. The double-layer PBT keycaps have secondary functions printed on them so they can be easily located. It brings an eye-catching LED design of the keys with amazing lighting effects.

The user can take advantage of HyperX NGENUITY software and customize the keyboard with macros and specific lighting profiles, among other possibilities.

Keyboard Added Values

Small 65% form factor that leaves more room on the gaming table.

Functions printed on the side of the keys allow you to quickly locate secondary key functionality.

Full Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Body: The aluminum casing keeps the keyboard structurally sound and stable when the action gets intense.

Double-shot PBT keycaps with side printing to help locate additional key functions.

HyperX mechanical switches balanced in speed and accuracy to help provide faster keystrokes with fewer errors. Exposed LED design offers outstanding RGB illumination.

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It allows you to customize the game mode, build macros and configure lighting and per-key effects (key lighting and effects).

Three adjustable keyboard angles and detachable USB-C cable

Technical characteristics

Polling rate: 1,000 Hz.

100% anti-ghosting

Rollover: N key

Acceleration: Yes

Game mode: Yes

OS compatibility Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7.

Switches: HyperX Red – Linear; operating force: 45 gr; actuation point: 1.8mm; total travel distance: 3.8mm

Dimensions: 315.06 x 105.5 x 36.94mm; 820 grams

Price €99

Wireless mouse with many options

The wireless gaming mouse HyperX Pulsefire Haste It stands out for its lightness, wireless connection and a long-lasting battery, which only weighs two 2 grams more.

The device’s 1ms signal rate and 2.4Ghz signal offer low latency wireless connection, which is what elite gamers demand. With battery life of up to 100 hours, It is possible to use the mouse with honeycomb pattern for 4 days by charging it once.

Thanks to the split button design, the TTC Golden micro keys offer reliable performance and withstand 80 million clicks. The brand provides a flexible HyperFlex cable and virgin-grade PTFE backings combine for a smooth, fluid glide.

The shell has a honeycomb pattern that makes it lighter without affecting durability. The shell design also improves ventilation and airflow.

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To highlight a key element, and that is that it offers an attractive design with an ultra-light weight, which adds up to 100 hours of use with a single charge.

Relevant features

2.4 Ghz wireless connection with a battery life of up to 100 hours

Ultra-light hexagonal shell design

Dustproof and waterproof. IP55 evaluated to resist sweat and small accidents with water, as well as dust, oil and dirt.

Dust-proof TTC Golden Micro Keys

Pure virgin grade PTFE backings. Low-friction, 100% PTFE skates provide a smooth, effortless glide for improved mouse response. A set of replacement skates is also included in case they wear out.


Pixart PAX 3335 sensor with 16,000 DPI

Buttons with six customizable inputs:

2 common clicks

1 button on the scroll wheel

1 button at the top

2 secondary buttons on the left side

Maximum speed: 450 IPS

Maximum acceleration: 40G

Polling Rate: 1000 Hz Ultrapolling

RGB lighting: Customizable colors through software

Connectivity 2.4 GHz wireless dongle or detachable HyperFlex USB-C cable

Battery: Up to 100 hours of autonomy

Dimensions 124.3 x 66.8 x 38.2mm

Weight: 61 grams

Price. €96

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