HyperX Lifts The Lid On New Products
Firstly is the HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Gaming Keyboard that utilises the new HyperX Aqua switch. Unlike the HyperX Red switch revealed earlier this year at Computex the Aqua switch is a tactile switch that features 45g actuation point. It also has a shorter travel time and is rated for up to 80 million lifetime clicks.
Dynamic lighting with exposed LED on the key-switch, provides brighter and more radiant RGB lighting. The Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard offers up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly to the on-board memory.
Next up is the HyperX Cloud Flight S wireless headset, it offers up to 30 hours of battery life and custom tuned HyperX 7.1 surround sound with built-in game and chat mixer. Using a 2.4 GHz wireless frequency the headset also comes with built-in controls to adjust LED effects, mic mute, power and volume. It also supports a three-pole analog audio connection and is compatible with Qi certified wireless charging devices.
The first HyperX wireless gaming mouse in the shape of the Pulsefire Dart operates on a 2.4 GHz wireless frequency and takes advantage of the Pixart 3389. The buttons use Omron switches for fast response times, with a 50 million click rate per switch. You’re able to customise the RGB lighting effects, while 6 programmable buttons and macros use the HyperX NGENUITY software. Qi certified wireless charging for the long lasting battery life with up to 50 hours on a single charge.
To go along with the new wireless charging devices there’s also the HyperX ChargePlay Base Qi Wireless Charger. The charger multi-device compatible and can simultaneously charge two Qi enable devices rated at 10 watts per charging pad.
Lastly there’s the HyperX Cloud Alpha S Gaming Headset, it features an adjustable bass slider allowing for three levels of bass and a custom tuned audio control box with HyperX 7.1 surround sound. It also features dual chamber technology that delivers accurate in-game sound. Dual chambers allow the Cloud Alpha S to separate bass from the mids and highs, creating a dynamic sound that makes games, music and movies more realistic and immersive.