Keyboard Comparison

Alloy Elite RGB Vs. AnurA

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Alloy Elite RGB AnurA


No. of Keys: 104
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Media Keys: Yes, dedicated
Palm Rest: Yes, detachable wrist rest with soft-touch coating
Profiles: 3
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Connectivity: USB
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Key Type: CHERRY MX Blue, Brown or Red
USB Passthrough: Yes - USB 2.0
Audio Passthrough: No


Anti-ghosting: 100% Anti-ghosting and N-Key Rollover functionality
Software: HyperX NGenuity


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Alloy Elite RGB

The Alloy Elite RGB by Hyper X is a Full sized keyboard with 104 keys, which uses CHERRY MX Blue, Brown or Red switches. The keyboard has dedicated media keys. The Alloy Elite RGB keyboard uses a USB connection. It is supported by HyperX NGenuity software..


The AnurA by Epic Gear uses an Optical sensor, specifically the A3060, providing a DPI/CPI range of Optical: 400/800/1600/3200 dpi Laser: up to 6030dpi HDSTâ„¢Mode: up to 4800dpi. This is combined with an ARM 32-bit Cortex M3 Processor and a maximum acceleration of 200 ips. It uses a USB connection with a 2m braided cable. The AnurA is considered to be an ambidextrous mouse. It weighs in at 102g without the cable and is approximately 116.6 x 69.5 x 40mm (LxWxH).