Keyboard Comparison

Alloy FPS Vs. K63

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Alloy FPS K63

Specification: 

No. of Keys: 10487
No. of Macro Keys: 
Media Keys: YesDedicated (MUTE, VOL DOWN/UP, STOP, PREV, PLAY/PAUSE, NEXT)
Palm Rest: NoNo
Profiles: 
Processor: 
Memory Size: 
Connectivity: USBUSB
Cord Length: 1.8m braided, detachable
Wireless: 
Battery Type: 
Battery Life: 
Key Type: Cherry MXCherry MX Red
USB Passthrough: Yes, mobile phone charging onlyNo
Audio Passthrough: NoNo

Features: 

Anti-ghosting: 100% anti-ghosting, r: 6-key / N-key modes100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover
Software: CUE Software

Lighting: 

Colour Options: Red ledRed
Lighting Effect: 6 LED modes and 5 brightness levelsper-key lighting

Dimensions & Weight: 

Dimension (LxWxH): 441.65 x 129.38 x 35.59 mm365 x 171 x 41mm
Weight (grams): 1049g1.12kg
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Alloy FPS


The Alloy FPS by Hyper X is a Full sized keyboard with 104 keys, which uses Cherry MX switches. The Alloy FPS keyboard uses a USB connection, with a 1.8m braided, detachable cable. And has Red led backlighting with 6 LED modes and 5 brightness levels effects. It weighs in at 1049g, and is 441.65 x 129.38 x 35.59 mm [LxWxH].

K63


The K63 by Corsair is a TenKeyLess keyboard with 87 keys, which uses Cherry MX Red switches. The keyboard has dedicated media keys. The K63 keyboard uses a USB connection. It is supported by CUE Software software. And has Red backlighting with per-key lighting effects. It weighs in at 1.12kg, and is 365 x 171 x 41mm [LxWxH].