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With some of the brighted RGB lighting you're likely to find thanks to its exposed LEDs. Thankfully there's a dimming option. The new HyperX Alloy Origins Core is a lot like it's older brother the HyperX Alloy Origins in that it's identical - but this time in a sleek tenkeyless design.

When we reviewed the HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard late last year, we were impressed by the build quality, performance of the mechanical switches, and the bright, vibrant, RGB lighting. Which is to say that plugging in the tenkeyless version – the HyperX Alloy Origins Core - it was the latter that brought those impressions back. Like a light being turned on to reveal a rainbow-lit room of mechanical keyboard memories. With exposed LEDs the RGB featured in the new Alloy Origins range from HyperX can be tuned to be as bright or subtle as you want it to be – and then even, brighter still.

Beneath the flashy lights though the latest HyperX keyboards house the hardware maker’s first proper go at developing its own line of mechanical switches,

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