HyperX brought some heavy guns to CES 2017, and we got to see them all when we stopped by their booth. We started off with the upgraded Hyper X Cloud Revolver S that brings Dolby Digital 7.1 channel surround sound, and is less expensive than its Cloud II cousin. The 50mm drivers mix with sound chambers to produce sound quality that excels in both bass and treble notes in order to give a fuller and richer experience.
The collaboration with Dolby also comes in the form of a dongle that will ship with the headset. The dongle connects to the headset’s 3.5mm headphone jack to create a completely immersive home theater experience, but must be connected to a USB cable to a home console or PC.
Next, HyperX wiped out their new model of the Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard. While it isn’t too much of an upgrade, it does add support a complete RGB color pattern for each and every key, as well as the addition of dedicated media keys. The new and improved Alloy will launch later this year.
In an attempt to create an entire PC gaming environment, HyperX also brought out the new Pulsefire RGB gaming mouse. The Pulsefire RGB will be suitable for casual and professional gamers alike as it supports 4 separate settings which include 400, 800, 1600 and 3200 DPI. The Pulsefire RGB mouse will retail at $50, and is aiming for an April release.
Last but not least in the incredible CES 2017 lineup is the new RGB enabled RAM. the DDR4 internal RAM is as simple to use as ever and now contains LEDs that can be easily programmed to light up in different vibrant colors. There isn’t too much information available on the RAM as of now, but it you can check it out in the video below.
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