HyperX Announces a New Line of RGB Products, Including Its First Wireless Headset
Gaming peripheral manufacturer HyperX has announced four new products within its evergrowing production line, one of which is its first-ever wireless headset.
Today, gaming headset company HyperX has announced a new line of gaming products at this year’s CES, including its first-ever wireless gaming headset.
According to the press release, HyperX has a total of four new products, three of which are new gaming peripherals – the HyperX Cloud Flight (wireless headset), the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB (mechanical keyboard), and the HyperX Pulsefire Surge (RGB mouse). Additionally, the manufacturer also debuted its first infrared synchronized DDR4 RGB memory, the HyperX Predator DDR4.
The HyperX Cloud Flight offers up to 30 hours of use, 50mm driver for solid sound production, and RGB lighting, which will not kill your battery life. On top of that, the headset is Discord-certified with a detachable noise-canceling microphone.
The Alloy Elite RGB keyboard serves as an upgraded model to the Alloy Elite mechanical and sports smart RGB lighting effects thanks to NGenuity software. The Alloy Elite RGB also includes onboard memory (storing up to three lighting profiles), a sturdy steel frame, a USB 2.0 pass through, and the choice of red, brown or blue Cherry MX switches.
The HyperX Pulsefire Surge features a dynamic 360° RGB lighting effects and offers up to 16,000 DPI. HyperX also confirmed that the Pulsefire Surge includes natural DPI settings, allowing gamers to monitor settings with an LED indicator. Also, the mouse utilizes NGenuity software, so users can assign up to six personalized macro functions.
Lastly, the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB is the industry’s first memory modules to offer synchronized RGB lighting with infrared technology and provides an enhances the visual experience of RGB memory for gaming as well as overclocking PC, and DIY system builds.
Currently, the Cloud Flight and Alloy Elite RGB are available for $169.99, the Predator DDR4 RGB is available starting at $106, while the Pulsefire Surge is set to launch sometime during Q2 for $69.99. For more information on the new products, check out a sew of screenshots of flaunting the new hardware as well as announcement trailers below.