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[HyperX Gaming] HyperX Gaming Keyboards and Headsets On Sale + 20% Off

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HyperX Gaming Keyboards and Headsets On Sale + 20% Off

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HyperX Gaming has the keyboards and headsets on sale. Use code LACHY for an additional 20% off. I just purchased the HyperX Alloy Origins full sized keyboard with HyperX Aqua switches + wrist wrest for $120. Been eyeing a new keyboard and honestly can't wait for it to arrive.

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Cloud 2 for $80 CAD is a sweet deal. Add the pbt keycaps and you will get free shipping ;)
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New blue switch only available on TKL kb Confused Face
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Jul 29, 2013
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geokilla wrote: HyperX Gaming has the keyboards and headsets on sale. Use code LACHY for an additional 20% off. I just purchased the HyperX Alloy Origins full sized keyboard with HyperX Aqua switches + wrist wrest for $120. Been eyeing a new keyboard and honestly can't wait for it to arrive.

RTINGS review

Trying to check out HyperX Alloy Origins 60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, it says:

LACHY discount code isn’t valid for the items in your cart
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May 7, 2012
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Email sign up will send a 15% off promo code. LACHY didn't work on the Revolver headset but the email code did!
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Boboabc wrote: I was told these hotswap keyboard require a certain program to use. Is that true?
They work right out of the box. You can download their software to change the key mappings and more control over the RGB.

I'm using the Flesports Polia keyboard right now and it is fantastic. It has the Kailh Polia switches are recoloured Halo Clears switches.
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I’m in the market for my first pair of gaming headphones... not a serious gamer but would like to have a decent pair that will last a while...anyone have any recommendations? TIA
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glfrboy wrote: I’m in the market for my first pair of gaming headphones... not a serious gamer but would like to have a decent pair that will last a while...anyone have any recommendations? TIA
The cloud 2s are pretty solid in my experience. They're one of the more comfortable headsets I've worn.
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Thinking of the Cloud Alpha S, anyone have experience with this?
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I have the Alloy Elite 2. Absolute gem of a keyboard, highly recommend.
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glfrboy wrote: I’m in the market for my first pair of gaming headphones... not a serious gamer but would like to have a decent pair that will last a while...anyone have any recommendations? TIA
Entry level: Cloud Stinger
Mid-High level: Cloud 2, Cloud Alpha, Cloud Alpha S
Wireless (Expensive) level: Cloud 2 wireless, Cloud flight wireless
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Can attest cloud 2's are great, had mine for 3 years and still going and haven't had any issues. Super durable too, dropped mine a few times and nothing has snapped or even chipped. the only bad thing is that it's wired, if you don't mind wires, I would choose this over any other wired gaming headset (cost in consideration).
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IMO the steelseries is higher sound quality.
Tried cloud 2 and hyper x sound quality is poorer
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Nikhilvoid wrote: I would get either of these two keyboards instead of that keyboard:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001687936887.html

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B091GR7GBS/

Both are wireless and hotswap. The first one comes with Polia switches and thick PBT keycaps.
Not really super into the keyboard game, but is it better component wise, compared to Hyper X Alloy FPS Pro?
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I purchased the Hyperx Cloud II for $80 and an XL mouse pad for $18 with LACHY promo code. Still had to pay $10 shipping but the total cost is still cheaper.

Good thing I waited because I didn't want to pay more than $100 for the HyperX Cloud II. Thanks OP!
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JonathanSun wrote: Not really super into the keyboard game, but is it better component wise, compared to Hyper X Alloy FPS Pro?
Yeah, they both have better components. The first one from Kailh is amazing: PBT keycaps and wireless and higher-end Polia switches ($70usd retail, but they're on sale for $20/70 switches in the US). I'm using it now, and it's great. But you should get the second one from Epomaker if you want the wireless 2.4Ghz option. You can add PBT keycaps and higher-end switches to it, too.

Hotswap means you can replace the switch with any of the dozens of possible switches: https://github.com/ThereminGoat/switch-scores

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Picked up the Cloud 2 headphones! Thanks OP

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