HyperX has won a 2018 iF Design Award for its new Alloy Elite RGB Gaming Keyboard, just days after the product’s Australian launch.
The company also picked up a 2018 iF Design award for its ‘Cloud Flight’ wireless gaming headset, released late last year.
The gaming brand has built upon its former success, having nabbed a 2017 iF Design Award for its Cloud Stinger headset.
Featuring up to 30 hours of battery life and an ultra-comfortable design, the Cloud Flight gaming headset has been well received by tech reviewers globally.
Following its unveiling at CES 2018, Hyper X’s Alloy Elite RGB Gaming Keyboard landed in Australia on March 9th.
The device is available to purchase from JB Hi-Fi for A$259.
The keyboard claims to deliver “pro level performance” with enhanced personalisation.
Considered HyperX’s first full-featured RGB mechanical gaming keyboard, the Alloy Elite offers “complete colour customisation” courtesy of NGenuity software.
For easy accessibility, three custom lighting profiles can be saved onto the keyboard’s on-board memory.
The product features a robust steel frame, dedicated media buttons and pass-through USB 2.0 port. The keyboard is complimented by a detachable wrist rest and “textured titanium-coloured keycaps”.
Further information is available on HyperX’s website.
Watch the product in action below:
Now in their 65th year, the iF Design Awards feature a panel of 63 expert design judges across several categories.
Speaking of the accolades, HyperX emphasises its “ultimate goal” to be the “top gaming accessories brand in the world”:
“The success can only be achieved through the diligence of the global HyperX product design team”
“This passionate team of engineers worked together to achieve the ultimate goal of being the top gaming accessories brand in the world. Whether you play on a PC, console or mobile device, We’re All Gamers.”