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Leopold FC750R (2018) vs HyperX Alloy Elite (2018)
Leopold FC750R (2018)
HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018)
We couldn't find enough data on either option to be able to come to any reliable conclusions. We strongly suggest that you take a look at some other Mechanical Keyboards instead.
The Leopold FC750R (2018) was loved by reviewers at Wirecutter (NYTimes), a highly trusted source that performs reliable in-depth testing. It did great in its "The Best Mechanical Keyboards" roundup where it was named its "Runner Up", 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 meant to do a direct Leopold FC750R (2018) vs. HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) comparison of their review ratings, but couldn't because we weren't able to find any review scores for the Leopold FC750R (2018).
Lastly, we examined how the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (2018) stacks up against other Mechanical Keyboards on the market by comparing their average review ratings. We found that it managed to earn an average review score of 7.4 out of 10 points, which is comparable to the overall, 7.4, average of Mechanical Keyboards in general.