The HyperX Alloy FPS Pro is a high quality tenkeyless or TKL mechanical keyboard. As such, it's a keyboard that's missing the standard numeric keypad or numpad. If you're not an accountant, you basically rarely use the numpad anyways and this keyboard will be a great fit.
We use it for day to day programming work since mechanical keyboards are amazing for typing accuracy and comfort. On top of that, using a tenkeyless form factor allows you to place the mouse or trackball closer to your body which is more comfortable and ergonomic.
Below is a reference of all the extra commands you can activate by pressing down the function key Fn and hitting the appropriate key.
FN + F6: Previous track
FN + F7: Play/Pause
FN + F8: Next track
FN + F9: Mute/Unmute
FN + F10: Volume down
FN + F11: Volume up
FN + Arrow up: Increase backlight brightness
FN + Arrow down: Decrease backlight brightness (Can go down to being off)
FN + Arrows left and right: Switch between the backlight modes (Check the manual for more info)
FN + F12: Enable Game Mode to disable the Windows key (Toggles an indicator light)
FN + Esc: Keyboard factory reset (Press Fn+Esc keys for 3 seconds until the keyboard backlight blinks)
HyperX Alloy FPS Pro User Manual English
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