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HyperX launches Alloy Core RGB gaming keyboard and Pulsefire core gaming mouse in India

The gaming division of Kingston Technology company, HyperX, has launched two newproducts today. This includes an Alloy Core RGB gaming keyboard and Pulsefire Core Gaming Mouse. They are priced at Rs 6,290 and Rs 4,290 respectively and come with a warranty of 2 years each.

“We’re really excited to launch our first membrane keyboard along with our Pulsefire Core Mouse that offers a quality gaming experience with latest features for a great price.” said Mr. Vishal Parekh, Marketing Director, HyperX India. “With festive phase still around, both the products are perfect for gamers looking for reliability and premium quality” he further added.

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The keyboard features HyperX’s signature radiant light bar and RGB lighting effects on it. This includes six different lighting styles and three brightness levels. The company has endeavored to make it reliable for gamers by giving it a durable plastic framework so that the keyboard is long lasting. The keys have a tactile feel, but at the same time would not make any sound at the touch of the fingers. The keyboard also features gaming-grade-anti-ghosting functionality and key rollover. It is water-resistant to withstand 120ml of liquid, which we are sure all gamers would love. There are dedicated media controls and quick access buttons for lighting and Game Mode place control right in front of the user.

As for the overall specifications of the keyboard. The keyboard type is Membrane, it has 6 LED modes and 3 brightness levels, USB 2.0 connection and its polling rate is 1000Hz that is compatible with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10. Its dimensions are 443.2×175.31×35.68mm and weighs 1,121grams.

Let’s talk about the HyperX Pulsefire Core gaming mouse now. The company is confident that it would provide gamers with an authentic gaming experience. The mouse weighs 87grams, has a Pixart 3327 optical sensor with native DPI settings of up to 6,200 DPI. It is customizable with  NGenuity software, which is HyperX’s own. This allows gamers to personalize the seven buttons and its macros and colour preference. To get into more details about its specs, the mouse has a 220 IPS speed and 30G acceleration. The durability of both the left and right mouse button is 20 million clicks.

To talk about its light effects, it has one lighting zone and four brightness levels. On-board memory includes one profile and connectivity options include USB 2.0. The mouse’s polling rating is 1,000Hz and its dimensions are 119.3×41.3×63.9mm with a cable length of 1.8 meters.

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