HP’s HyperX Unveils First Lineup of Devices

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HyperX, a gaming peripheral brand, unveiled its range of devices for 2022, including revamped models and additions to headsets, controllers, mouse and keyboards.

For the mouse category, HyperX has introduced the Pulsefire Haste Wireless Gaming mouse. The mouse, an ultra-lightweight wireless mouse costs over $80.

The mouse specifications include a weight of 61g, 100 hours of runtime per charge, 3200 maximum DPI, six programmable buttons, USB-C charging, IP55 water resistance, TTC Golden micro dustproof switches and pure virgin-grade PTFE feet.

For the headset category, HyperX has introduced the Cloud Alpha Wireless. Its specifications include 300 hours of battery life, 50mm driver hardware, a detachable microphone with built-in noise cancellation, on-ear controls and 20 meters of range. It will be available in February for $199.99.

Other headset products include the updated HyperX Cloud headset, which will be available from March for $99.99, and the Cloud Core headset, which will be available from January for $69.99.

In the controller category, the company unveiled the Clutch Wireless Gaming Controller, which will be available in March. It costs $49.99 and has amazing features.

HyperX unveils the Alloy Origins 65 for the keyboard category. It will be available in February and cost $99.99.

For more information, read the original story in ZDNet.

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