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With mechanical keyboards dominating the market, the only real problem is that a decent mechanical keyboard will set you back a few bucks. So then, when it comes to the more affordable options out there, is it possible for a old-school membrane keyboard to retain the premium look, feel, and performance of its mechanised brethren?

HyperX attempts to find out with its new HyperX Alloy Core RGB keyboard.
Right, so at a glance the new HyperX Alloy Core RGB has the look of a gaming keyboard – perhaps even of one you might assume featured mechanical switches. There’s the sturdy build, the zoned RGB lighting (with added light strip, for, err, reasons), dedicated media controls and buttons, a braided and chunky USB-cable, and a weighty feel that won’t slide around a desk or feel cheap compared to a more expensive offering. The keys don’t click and have that membrane feel, but the overall quality is sound and built to last. There’s a tactile feel to each key that’s impressive for what is a budget-conscious offering from HyperX

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