HyperX Alloy Core RGB Gaming Keyboard Review


The Alloy Core RGB keyboard is what most gamers are looking for. It’s not large and has a standard key layout. Until we start to use it, then it seems like a standard keyboard but there are various features which are making it a product for gamers.

HyperX Alloy Core RGB is for sure more durable than a standard keyboard. The solid frame is what is under the plastic cover. On the other hand, it’s not heavy. Also, the USB cable seems to last for a long time, even if we are switching places more often.

Membrane keys are not something that is on top of the list in gaming keyboards but for me, it’s what makes it more comfortable during long gaming sessions. Of course, it’s a matter of personal preferences and that’s why the highest keyboard models have an option to pick keys type.

We can all see how the RGB illumination works. It’s simply exceptional and looks great. There are multiple modes so everyone should be satisfied.

If anyone is missing some features then can probably find them in other HyperX keyboards which are higher models but also cost some more.

The Alloy Core RGB costs about $49.99 in the Amazon store. Probably can find it cheaper. For me, it’s a not bad price. Maybe not cheap but also seems reasonable for a high-quality gaming keyboard.



  • Durable
  • Multiple RGB effects
  • High quality
  • Quiet keys
  • Spill-resistant
  • Braided USB cable
  • Game mode
  • Reasonable price



  • Nothing worth to mention


Final words:

The Alloy Core RGB is clearly designed for gamers but combines many features important for various users, so it’s easy to recommend it to any gamer and also more demanding users who wish to have a comfortable keyboard with a backlight which helps during daily work.

Looking at the long list of advantages, it’s easy to say that the Alloy Core RGB is a great product. I’m also glad it fully deserves our new Editor’s Choice Award!



You can buy the HyperX Alloy Core RGB Gaming Keyboard for around USD $49 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/2Xob7Vg.


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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.