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Here’s HyperX Latest PC Peripherals From Gamescom 2019

by Raja IdrisAugust 20, 2019
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In addition to the new HyperX FURY DDR4 RGB memory that was introduced, the company also took the time to reveal their latest PC peripherals at Gamescom 2019. It includes the new HyperX Alloy Origins which uses the company’s new Aqua mechanical switches, latest gaming headset in the form of the HyperX Cloud Alpha S and HyperX Cloud Flight S wireless headset, HyperX Pulselfire Dart wireless gaming mouse, as well as the new HyperX ChargePlay Base Qi wireless charger.

(From left) HyperX Cloud Flight S, HyperX ChargePlay Base Qi, HyperX Pulsefire Dart

Starting off with their wireless offerings, first up is the new HyperX Cloud Flight S Wireless gaming headset. It offers up to 30 hours of battery life and features custom-tuned HyperX 7.1 surround sound with built-in game and chat mixer. It uses a 2.4GHz wireless frequency and comes with three-pole analog audio connection support.

Following that is the new Pulsefire Dart which is HyperX’s first wireless gaming mouse. It utilizes Pixart 3389 sensor with three preset DPI setting with LED indicators, with native DPI settings up to 16000 DPI. In addition to that, it uses Omron switches that offers 50million click rate per switch. As for its battery life, the company has said that it can last up to 50 hours on a single charge.

Finishing off their wireless product is the ChargePlay Base Qi, which you can use the Pulsefire Dart and Cloud Flight S to charge with. It can simultaneously charge two Qi enable devices at 10W per charging pad. To check on your device’s battery, there a separate battery indicator that displays their status.

HyperX Cloud Alpha S

The new HyperX Cloud Alpha S comes with an adjustable bass slider that allows for three levels of bass fine-tuning and a custom-tuned audio control box with HyperX 7.1 surround sound. Other than that, it comes with dual chamber technology that delivers accurate in-game sound with great range and tone. It allows the headset to separate bass from the mids and highs.

HyperX Alloy Origins

 

Last on the list os the new Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keyboard. Previously the HyperX Red switch was unveiled at Computex, now the new HyperX Aqua switch enters the market as a tactile switch that features 45g actuation point, shorter travel time, and is rated to last 80 million clicks.

The Alloy Origins offers up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly on the on-board memory. Adding to that, HyperX’s NGENUITY software allows LED lighting and per key RGB customization.

Pokdepinion: I wish there was a chance to test out the new Cloud Alpha S. I previously owned one of their headsets and the quality was awesome. Though they’ve added more wireless options this time around, I’d still go for wired though.

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.

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