HyperX Alloy Elite RGB mechanical keyboard now available in Philippines
STS PHILIPPINES, MANILA – Gaming hardware maker HyperX (a division of Kingston Technology) announces the launch of its anticipated HyperX Alloy Elite RGB mechanical keyboard in the Philippines, giving HyperX fans a new option to choose from.
The new RGB mechanical keyboard will offer gamers pro level performance with added customization and personalization features for a completely immersive gaming experience.
The Alloy Elite RGB is HyperX’s first fully-featured RGB mechanical gaming keyboard. It offers complete color customization with its NGenuity software, along with up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly to the keyboard’s on-board memory for on-the-go lighting. There’s also dedicated media buttons, a pass-through USB 2.0 port, quick access lighting control, and are available in red, brown or blue CHERRY® MX key switches. Built with a sturdy solid steel frame, it also features a comfortable, detachable wrist rest, and supplemental textured, titanium-colored keycaps.
Additional features include Game Mode, N-Key Rollover, and anti-ghosting, which is now common with keyboards at this price range nowadays.
The new suite of HyperX gaming gear will be available through GameOne, PC Express, Dynaquest, PC HUB, and Techwarez with the price PhP8,995. More information is available at hyperxgaming.com.
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