HyperX Completes The Line-Up With The PulseFire

HyperX announces the latest additions to their gaming gears at COMPUTEX 2017. The company is also proud to announce the TKL version of their HyperX Alloy FPS gaming keyboard. Something that I have been waiting for, dearly.

The HyperX Alloy FPS TKL version is everything Alloy FPS without the number pad. This is a more proper tournament / competition style mechanical keyboard compared to the latter installment. HyperX also showed off the Alloy Elite RGB mechnical gaming keyboard. This is more in line with the top end models from other companies, and should command a fitting price for its bells and whistles.

The PulseFire gaming mouse interests me the most apart from the HyperX Alloy FPS TKL. This one has everything I’ve been looking for – good for most grip types, excellent small to medium sized hand ergonomics and there’s no RGB lighting. DPI button is well recessed too so accidental button press is not a problem. It comes with the Pixart 3310 sensor too which is essentially the Avago 3310. One of the most accurate sensors to date.

Kingston had no new headset at their suite but HyperX made sure to complete the line-up with their mouse. These new products are expected to land around this year’s Q3 to Q4. No information about the pricing though.