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Hexgears Impulse (2019) vs HyperX Alloy Elite (2018)
HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018)
While the Hexgears Impulse (2019) makes for a fairly good Wired Keyboard for people with a $90 budget, we haven't been able to find enough data on the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) to come to any reliable conclusions.
In both cases, however, you might want to look into some other options before settling on one of these.
If you nevertheless want to learn more about the Hexgears Impulse (2019) and HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018), however, here's what we know about them:
The Hexgears Impulse (2019) was loved by reviewers at Tom's Hardware, a highly trusted source that performs reliable in-depth testing. It did great in its "Best Gaming Keyboards for 2021: Mechanical, TKL and More" roundup where it was named its "Best Gaming Keyboard for Typing", which, in itself, makes it a product worth considering.
Moving on to the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018): it was unable to reach the very top of any roundups from sources that conduct reliable and unbiased testing. Nonetheless, it still managed to impress reviewers from a number of such sites, like PC Gamer, Tom's Guide, Techradar, Tom's Hardware, PCmag, and PCGamesN, enough for them to include them on those lists.
We tried doing a direct Hexgears Impulse (2019) vs. HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) review score comparison but couldn't find any sources that tested both.
Next, we took a look at which sources liked them best and found that the Hexgears Impulse (2019) most impressed the reviewers at reviewgeek.com, who gave it a score of 8, whereas the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) did best in its Tom's Guide review - it scored 8 points.
Lastly, we compared their review averages and found that the Hexgears Impulse (2019) did much better than the majority of its competitors, with an average review score of 8.0 out of 10, compared to the 7.4 overall average of Wired Keyboards in general, whereas the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) hasn't managed to perform quite as well, with an average rating of 7.4.