In this year’s Computex, Kingston HyperX showcases its upcoming gaming peripherals specially tailored for FPS gamers, the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB mechanical keyboard and HyperX PulseFire FPS gaming mouse.

HyperX PulseFire FPS

HyperX has teamed up with professional gamers, gathered their feedback and requirements to create a gaming mouse that is truly meant for FPS games. Thus, the HyperX PulseFire FPS is created.
The PulseFire FPS features a lightweight design, weighing a mere 95g, for swift action, comfortable right-handed ergonomics with slip resistant grips and a pair of extra large mouse skates to ensure that FPS gamers are able to perform at their peak performance in each play.
It also features the PixArt PWM 3310 optical sensor (identical to the renowned Avago 3310 optical sensor), adjustable DPI at the range of 400 to 3200, and the widely used D2FC-F-7N Omron switch for the best control and responsiveness needed in every action.

HyperX Alloy Elite RGB

Up next is the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB, the latest mechanical keyboard from HyperX that is made for all type of gamers. Like most RGB mechanical keyboards out there, the Alloy Elite RGB is capable of 16M colors, USB pass-through design,  as well as the NKRO feature to meet the current market’s demand.
Instead of going for the lower cost Cherry MX alternatives, HyperX decided stick with the original Cherry MX switches to ensure the best quality and experience are delivered to the end users.
Instead of having the function keys row (F1 to F12) for media controls, the Alloy Elite RGB features a set of dedicated media keys for easier control of media playback.
It also comes with set of Gunmetal Textured keycaps for gamers to easily identify the commonly pressed clusters with the sense of touch.
The included detachable wrist rest has a pretty good angle to provide extra comfort for long hours of usage, which is actually an added plus to the keyboard itself.
Both the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB Mechanical Keyboard and HyperX PulseFire FPS Gaming Mouse will be available starting from the 3rd week of June, 2017.

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