If you are a gamer with a very specific definition of what a proper key switch is then check out HyperX's new Alloy. You can choose between Cherry MX Blue, Brown, or Red switches, depending on your particular preference. The design is not particularly ostentatious, the bezel has been lowered to fully expose the keys, handy for those who like to swap caps as well as aiding in cleaning. The Tech Report gave this keyboard high marks at the $100 MSRP and even higher at the $80 price tag it is frequently available at.
"HyperX's Alloy FPS keyboard delivers a no-nonsense typing experience with Cherry MX switches. We put this pared-down mechanical keyboard under our fingers to see whether HyperX struck the right balance of solidity and simplicity."
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Moar keyboards and power
Moar keyboards and power supplies please. We just dont see enough.