The first wireless headphones from HyperX have more than 300 hours of battery life.

CES 2022’s opening day saw the newest gaming accessories from HyperX, which HP now owns. Additionally, there is the Alloy Origins 65 mechanical keyboard, new variations of the Cloud II headphones, and the ground-breaking Cloud Core headphones with DTS: HyperX audio products like the new HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless headsets, the HyperX Clutch Wireless remote, and the Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse fall under this category.

Starting with the brand-new HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless headphones, we find wireless headphones very similar to the other products in the family, providing the custom memory foam ear cushions that users have come to expect comfort from, along with a soft and flexible leatherette covering. They also have a sturdy aluminum frame for longevity and stability.

Although its battery offers the most extended battery life in a wireless gaming headset and up to 300 hours of independence on a single charge, it is undoubtedly the most intriguing aspect of this new model. That is not all, though. Because of the HyperX 50mm drivers and new and improved dual chamber technology, the Cloud Alpha Wireless offers an immersive audio experience with DTS Headphone: X3 while keeping the sound and performance of the original wired version.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless

Continuing with the rest of the headphones presented, the new HyperX Cloud II Pink combines unique pink and white colors with the brand’s comfort and the characteristic Sound, using an advanced audio control box that offers virtual 7.1 surround sound.

As well as the distinctive Cloud family design with memory foam, premium leatherette finishes, and a strong aluminum frame to provide long-lasting durability, stability, and maximum comfort for extended gaming sessions.

HyperX Cloud II Pink

So these headphones are updated with specially tuned 53mm drivers to reproduce rich, punchy sounds with greater clarity and precision.

Finally, we cannot fail to highlight the new HyperX Cloud Core DTS, a gaming headset designed to offer an immersive audio experience thanks to DTS Headphone: X3 technology, which offers precise 3D audio specialization and flexible detachable noise-canceling microphone, certified for Discord and TeamSpeak.

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How could it be otherwise? These helmets are built on a durable aluminum frame and adjustable headband, using HyperX’s signature memory foam and soft artificial leather to maintain the brand’s signature design lines and comfort.

Finally, we find the new HyperX Alloy Origins 65 mechanical keyboard, a version of its namesake keyboard reduced to a 65% TKL form factor, which reduces its frames to only dispense with the numeric keypad while maintaining other keys such as the direction arrows or the unique functions of suppressing or advancing and returning pages among others.

As detailed by the company, this keyboard features HyperX Red and Aqua linear mechanical switches built for performance, rated at 80 million clicks of life per switch. The keyboard features premium RGB-backlit dual-shot PBT keycaps, with an exposed LED design for brighter lighting with radiant lighting effects and five adjustable brightness levels.

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Additionally, to make up for its small size, it uses secondary essential capabilities through HyperX INGENUITY software, which allows users to configure lighting, game mode, and macro settings and provides up to three profiles with onboard memory.

According to the firm, all the products displayed will be sold through HyperX’s official website and various regional distributors, with delivery dates beginning in February 2019.

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