[Computex 2018] HyperX Comes Up With Some RGB Gears — Control Everything With NGenuity!
As the e-sports scene becomes bigger and bigger, gamers have a tough choice in selecting the best gears for the scene. HyperX has come up with some brand new additions to their gaming peripheral lineup to cope with that.
HyperX RGB Gaming Gear
To those of you who don’t already know, HyperX is a division under Kingston, and they are now ready to offer gamers both RGB peripherals as well as components for the best gaming setup as they unveil the Alloy Elite RGB keyboard, Pulsefire Surge Gaming Mouse and also the Predator DDR4 RGB.
Since the first Cloud Gaming Headset was launched back in April of 2014, the company has surpassed 5-million gaming headset sales mark in the year 2018 and has continued to gain new fans globally.
Now with the Alloy Elite RGB Gaming Keyboard, it is available in red, brown, or blue Cherry MX key switches. Gamers can then set up their own keyboard with color customizations with the company’s NGenuity software. You can save up to three custom lighting profiles to the keyboard’s on-board memory for a breeze of customization.
Where else the Pulsefire Surge RGB features design improvements, making both palm and claw grip users to enjoy using the mouse while playing any game style. It provides accuracy with its Pixart 3389 sensor and offers 16,000 DPI. Of course, as you can tell with its name, it offers customizable RGB colors on the 360-degree light ring, DPI button, and HX logo through the NGenuity software as well.
Last but not least is the Predator DDR4 RGB. It features HyperX Infrared Sync, offering an enhanced visual experience by maintaining the module lighting in sync.
All of these peripherals has been unveiled at this year’s Computex 2018 but the release date and availability remains to be confirmed.
Pokdepinion: Personally used a HyperX gaming headset previously, I can say that the quality is top-notch (and no, I don’t like notches in my smartphone).