HyperX Announces 300-Hour Wireless Gaming Headset

As part of their CES 2022 offerings, HyperX has announced the Cloud Alpha Wireless – a headset with more than 300 hours of battery life on a single charge.

Support for DTS Headphone:X, along with new custom-designed Dual Chamber Technology has also been included. HyperX 50mm Drivers that feature a slimmer, lighter design while maintaining the sound and performance of the original wired version will make their appearance as part of this headset.

To make up this headset, soft, pliable leatherette and custom plush memory foam have been paired with a durable aluminum frame. A detachable noise-cancelling mic with LED status indicator, along with onboard audio controls can be found on the ear cup.

The headset is expected to be available in February for an MSRP for $199.99.

Other products announced by HyperX during CES include the Alloy Origins 65 mechanical gaming keyboard with HyperX Red and Aqua mechanical switches, the Cloud II gaming headset in a new white and pink colorway, and the Cloud Core headset with DTS Headphone:X audio.

Source: Press Release
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