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Designed for pros on the go, the Alloy comes with a carry bag.

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It's a full keyboard with a steel frame that measures in at just over 44cm (17 inches).

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Keys are very easy to swap out with the provided tool.

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Swap out your WASD for coloured, textured keys.

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Numbers one to four can get the same treatment.

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MX Cherry Blue mechanical switches live under the keys.

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Ready to go with the fancy WASD keys.

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There's no bezel to speak of, just keys suspended above the very solid steel base.

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Red back-lighting sits under every key.

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It's a full keyboard with numpad.

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