Keyboard Comparison

Alloy FPS Vs. K70 RGB

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Alloy FPS K70 RGB

Specification: 

No. of Keys: 104104
No. of Macro Keys: 
Media Keys: Yes
Palm Rest: NoDetachable soft-touch
Profiles: 
Processor: 32-bit ARM Processor
Memory Size: Onboard - size not stated
Connectivity: USBUSB x 2
Cord Length: 1.8m braided, detachableBraided Fiber
Wireless: 
Battery Type: 
Battery Life: 
Key Type: Cherry MXCherry MX
USB Passthrough: Yes, mobile phone charging onlyNo
Audio Passthrough: NoNo

Features: 

Anti-ghosting: 100% anti-ghosting, r: 6-key / N-key modes100% anti-ghosting and 104 Key Rollover
Software: Corsair Utility Engine

Lighting: 

Colour Options: Red ledMulti color, per key backlighting
Lighting Effect: 6 LED modes and 5 brightness levelsCustom, Static, Cycling, Waves and Ripples, Reactive

Dimensions & Weight: 

Dimension (LxWxH): 441.65 x 129.38 x 35.59 mm438 x 163 x 24mm
Weight (grams): 1049g1238g
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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].

K70 RGB


The K70 RGB by Corsair is a Full sized keyboard with 104 keys, which uses Cherry MX switches. The K70 RGB keyboard uses a USB x 2 connection, with a Braided Fiber cable. It is supported by Corsair Utility Engine software. And has Multi color, per key backlighting backlighting with Custom, Static, Cycling, Waves and Ripples, Reactive effects. It weighs in at 1238g, and is 438 x 163 x 24mm [LxWxH].