After partnering with keyboard-maker Ducky on a couple of limited-edition One 2 Mini mechanical gaming keyboards, HyperX made its first 60% mechanical keyboard, the Alloy Origins 60. It’s noticeably smaller than its tenkeyless keyboard, , since it’s missing the number pad as well as discrete arrow keys and other keys like Insert, Page Up, Page Down, Home and End. The smaller size frees up desk space for mousing and is better for travel. But there’s more to this keyboard than just its compact body.
Source CNET Computer News