Most major gaming peripheral companies have introduced a 60% mechanical keyboard, which is more compact than the full-size version, and has become a trend in recent years due to aesthetics and size. But at CES 2021, HyperX finally followed suit and launched its first compact model, Alloy Alloys Origins60. There are fewer keys here than one of its full-size options, but the functions are not necessarily less; you will find that most of the available keys have auxiliary functions, which can be activated by pressing and holding the function button.
This is not the first time 60% of keyboards wear the HyperX name. The company cooperated with the enthusiast brand Ducky to develop the company̵
HyperX said that the attached keycaps are PBT dual lenses, which means that they will not become shiny and will not wear lettering after extensive use. This model will be available in the United States on February 22, priced at $99.99. On the topic of usability, HyperX also announced at CES 2021 that its Pulsefire Haste wired gaming mouse, Cloud II wireless gaming headset and Cloud Revolver 7.1 wired gaming headset have all been launched globally.