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HyperX HX-KB2RD2-UK Alloy Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Red (UK layout) - £84.99 @ Amazon
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HyperX HX-KB2RD2-UK Alloy Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Red (UK layout) - £84.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Mar

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Well reviewed mechanical keyboard with Cherry Red MX switches, reduced from 149.99
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HyperX Alloy Elite RGB is a full-featured RGB keyboard with a distinctive style and substance. Customise per-key lighting with the easy-to-use HyperX NGenuity software, and save it to the on-board memory. The steel frame provides stability, while game mode, N-key rollover, and anti-ghosting functions ensure precise key presses. Alloy Elite RGB satisfies any user’s needs with dedicated media buttons, USB 2.0 pass-through, quick access buttons, detachable wrist rest, and optional HyperX textured, titanium-colour keycaps.

  • Radiant light bar and dynamic RGB lighting effects
  • HyperX NGenuity software provides customisation
  • Solid steel frame
  • CHERRY MX mechanical key switches for reliability
  • Feature-rich, designed for convenience.Technical Support: 1860-233-4515

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Really nice keyboard, I've had this about 6 months and it's well worth that price.
My £100+ Corsair mechanical keyboard died after roughly 26 months and Corsair refused to do anything about it. There are much cheaper decent alternatives available these days so there's no reason to spend this kind of money or support this kind of company anymore.
Thoughts on this? Currently using a blue switch keyboard at the moment
this or razer chroma huntsman?
Spark30/03/2020 12:39

My £100+ Corsair mechanical keyboard died after roughly 26 months and …My £100+ Corsair mechanical keyboard died after roughly 26 months and Corsair refused to do anything about it. There are much cheaper decent alternatives available these days so there's no reason to spend this kind of money or support this kind of company anymore.


What alternatives are you referring to? I'm in the market for a mechanical keyboard. Had a logitech G413 but the spring sound on key press was too irritating to cope with and I'm very wary of buying another keyboard with the same problem. I'm assuming cheaper keyboards will be more prone to it too.
Jimmyyy31/03/2020 10:44

What alternatives are you referring to? I'm in the market for a mechanical …What alternatives are you referring to? I'm in the market for a mechanical keyboard. Had a logitech G413 but the spring sound on key press was too irritating to cope with and I'm very wary of buying another keyboard with the same problem. I'm assuming cheaper keyboards will be more prone to it too.



One of the Chinese off-brand ones from Amazon should be fine and can be bought for around £20-30.

This is a slightly more expensive one but still far away from Corsair-level pricing.

amazon.co.uk/hav…QK6
Edited by: "Spark" 31st Mar
Spark31/03/2020 11:22

One of the Chinese off-brand ones from Amazon should be fine and can be …One of the Chinese off-brand ones from Amazon should be fine and can be bought for around £20-30. This is a slightly more expensive one but still far away from Corsair-level pricing. https://www.amazon.co.uk/havit-Mechanical-Combo-Anti-Ghosting-Programmable/dp/B07XHJ4QK6


Blue switches, hope you've got ear defenders or live alone.
Edited by: "Spacein_vader" 31st Mar
Spacein_vader31/03/2020 11:26

Blue switches, hope you've got ear defenders or live alone.



They do them with reds if you prefer or browns if you like that kind of thing. The one I use has reds but I also have a spare that has blue switches and I didn't pay over £30 for either keyboard.
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