HyperX unveils new PC and Console Gaming Accessories

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the annual technological trade show held by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), was conducted online in 2021 due to the risks associated with holding crowded conventions. However, the online shift did not discourage brands from unveiling their latest products.

Kingston Technology’s HyperX has established itself as a reliable brand when it comes to gaming gear for eSports fans. The company is known for its headsets, keyboards, and mice aimed at gamers. At this year’s CES, HyperX released several new gaming gears with better performance and features. Here is the latest gaming equipment you could grab even if you are spending the night playing at a Canadian online gambling site.

HyperX Alloy Origins 60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

HyperX’s latest release, the 60% gaming keyboard is smaller in size when compared to standard keyboards, giving the player more area to move their mouse while gaming. This keyboard should be very useful for gamers who feel restricted by the size of their desk and the movements permitted. The keyboard lacks all the F keys, the number pad, and the arrow keys, while several functions can be accessed using the Fn button located at the bottom right corner.

This gaming keyboard is equipped with red linear mechanical switches that provide a smooth feel without any distracting clicks while playing. Due to the lack of feedback and resistance, gamers can quickly press one key after the other. Though there is an increased chance of mistakes being made, those who require enormous speed will find this keyboard greatly useful. The keys’ shorter actuation points and travel distances contribute to a much more receptive keyboard that quickly reacts to inputs. With the help of HyperX NGenuity software, users can customize various settings on the keyboard such as the lights, changing to Game Mode, etc. 

The keyboard will be available in the US from February 22, 2021, for $99.99 in their shops.

Expanded HyperX Cloud II Wireless

The HyperX Cloud II was well-appreciated for endurance, performance, and comfort when it hit the market, but users have recently felt its limitations. The Cloud II Wireless could be the solution to the issue, bringing the best features of its precursor with it. These wireless gaming headphones promise a fantastic range of up to 20 meters and 30 hours of battery life. Though mainly intended for gaming, the Cloud II Wireless could be used by students and office employees working from home with its 53mm drivers and 7.1 surround sound. Though initially available only in the US, it can now be purchased from around the world for $149.99. 

HyperX ChargePlay Duo Controller Charging Station

The wireless controllers of Xbox series X, Xbox One and Xbox X can be charged with this latest release from HyperX. As the name suggests, two controllers can be charged simultaneously, and the station indicates the levels of charging. 

The ChargePlay Duo Controller Charging Station will also be supplied with two rechargeable battery packs of 1400mAH. This charging station will be available in the US in February for $39.99. 

HyperX Pulsefire Haste

The Pulsefire Haste makes use of the latest designs and functionalities in gaming mouse technology with the honeycomb hex shell structure that improves ventilation, lightness, and movement speed. The Hyperflex USB cable this device uses prevents players from encountering resistance while tugging at the mouse.

The PTFE skates it is equipped to minimize friction and enable easy and quick gliding on the surface. The brand also provides additional PTFE skates to replace damaged ones after continuous use. The mouse comes with grips present on both sides and the right and left buttons.

The Pulsefire Haste also contains onboard memory and programmable buttons that can be manipulated with the NGenuity software. It also allows users to customize various other settings, including lighting, DPI settings, etc. The Pulsefire Haste mouse can be purchased globally at a price of $49.99. 

HyperX Cloud Revolver + 7.1

At the 2021 CES, HyperX has unveiled another gaming headset besides the Cloud II Wireless. The Cloud Revolver +7.1 is a gaming headset that can be purchased from around the world. With its 50mm directional drivers, identifying enemy targets and locations will be much easier for players who enjoy multiplayer shooting games. Besides the brand’s trademark sturdiness and comfort, the Revolver +7.1 comes with bigger ear cups that allow the wearer to quickly recognize directions of various sounds and react accordingly. 

The HyperX Cloud Revolver +7.1 costs the same as the Cloud II Wireless headset and can be purchased for $149.99. 

Wrapping up

HyperX entered 2021 with good news for gamers everywhere. With their latest gaming keyboard, headsets, controller charging station, and mouse, the company offers gamers across a wide spectrum ample options to enhance their playing experience.