CES 2022: HyperX unveils its news in a press release

The brand with an adventurous history greets the new year with plenty of peripherals.

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HyperX, formerly under Kingston and now under HP, has scheduled plenty of peripherals to be unveiled at this year’s CES, although they have only virtually paid their respects at the expo, as instead of simply traveling to Las Vegas Press release described the properties of their new products.


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About the Clutch controller, which also works wirelessly with a mobile holder and a built-in battery for 19 hours of operation on our partner site those interested can already read that we have already tested the black-and-red version of Cloud II, which is now available in a new color version, white-pink, but for the sake of order we cannot exclude them from the list, as they are also part of the CES line-up.


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The two products are scheduled to hit the market in March at $ 50 and $ 100, respectively.


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Cloud Alpha Wireless and Cloud Core are completely new models, both of which have in common that they support virtual surround sound according to the DTS Headphone: X standard, but while the former can be operated wirelessly, the latter can be wired with a jack. The speakers, hidden behind faux leather-covered memory foam pads at the end of the 295-gram Cloud Core aluminum frame, have a diameter of 53 millimeters, a frequency range of 15 to 25,000 Hz and a resistance of 60 ohms.


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Launched later this month for $ 70, the headset also features a detachable, noise-canceling microphone, just like Cloud Alpha Wireless, which runs on 50mm drivers, but the important difference is that the control unit, which is also used to mute this unit, , while on Cloud Core, these controls are on the cable. The $ 200 wireless headset, which debuted in February, features a light source at the end of the component, and a built-in headphone battery for up to 300 hours of operation.


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In addition to the sound devices mentioned, the shroud also fell from two input devices. The name Pulsefire Haste may already be familiar to our readers, as the manufacturer already has a mouse with that name, but the $ 80 wireless version will be available in February. The IPFE-protected housing, which slides on PTFE soles, has six programmable buttons as well as its USB counterpart, as does the 16,000 DPI-sensitive PixArt PAW3335 sensor. We can only praise the work of the engineers, as we managed to increase the weight of the original 61 gram mouse by only one gram, with a 2.4 GHz receiver and a built-in battery capable of 100 hours of operation under the cover, and if we were to pull it off. you can continue to use the battery and mouse with the included USB Type-C to Type-A HyperFlex cable.


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The last item in the press release is the $ 100 Alloy Origins 65 keyboard, also available from February, which is presumably 65% ​​formatted by its name, which includes cursor movers, Page Up and Page Down pairs, and Del and Home. means the presence of buttons.


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Equipped with built-in memory for 3 profiles, RGB backlighting and double shot PBT caps, the wired keyboard comes with HyperX’s own mechanical switches, and the user can choose to purchase the model with linear Red or tactile Aqua switches.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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