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Grab a HyperX Alloy Elite mechanical keyboard on sale for $80

The HyperX Alloy Elite Cherry MX Blue RGB mechanical keyboard (opens in new tab) is down to $79.99 on Amazon. This keyboard normally sells for around $140, and the drop to $80 is a match for its lowest price. It has only been in recent months since Black Friday that we have seen it drop this low at all. The other versions of the Alloy Elite, including Cherry MX Brown and Red (opens in new tab), are still going for around $140.

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Cherry MX Blue switches provide fast actuation and clicky tactile feedback. Has a unique light bar with dynamic lighting effects. Stores up to 3 profiles with custom lighting and macros. Durable with a solid steel frame and long-lasting switches.

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I just really like the look of this keyboard. It's so slick. The metallic design makes it look tough, too, and it's definitely built for durability and stability with its solid steel frame. Add on that Cherry MX mechanical switches are also extremely durable and reliable, and you've got a combination that will last you for years.

The keyboard has a unique radiant light bar going across the top that can produce some special and dynamic RGB lighting effects. Those effects are totally up to you, too, and fully customizable. Download the HyperX NGenuity software and use it to trick out your keyboard however you want. You can create custom macros and lighting, and when you're done the keyboard has enough on-board memory to store up to three different profiles. Depending on the games you play, you can have all of these profiles set up to do exactly what you want.

This is a full-size keyboard and even has some dedicated media keys. There is a USB port with pass-through so you can connect another accessory like a mouse if you wish. You'll also get a comfortable, detachable wrist rest that has a soft-touch coating. If you're a fast typer, you don't have to worry about keys getting left behind thanks to N-Key Rollover and anti-ghosting. That's doubly important for you RTS gamers looking to improve your actions per minute.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.