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Unboxing the HyperX Alloy FPS keyboard

HyperX Alloy FPS keyboard
The Alloy FPS is the first keyboard HyperX has ever made, and it isn't a bad start. This a fairly simple mechanical gaming keyboard comes with a few eat perks. It has back lit keys with dynamic lighting, cherry red removable WASD keys to help gamers spot out controls better, a key remover that is solid and easy to use, and one of...

HyperX brings a complete gaming environment to CES 2017

hyperX ces 2017
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...

Hyper X offers a high quality, low cost headset with the Cloud Stinger

The new Cloud Stinger is the newest high-quality, low-cost gaming headset available from HyperX. In our latest unboxing video, we get down and dirty with the new Cloud Stinger, as we check out what's inside the box and how it stacks up to the competition. Spoiler: while the Stinger's isn't the highest quality headset by HyperX, it is by no means...

HyperX Cloud II and Cloud Revolver head-to-head comparison

At the request of our global YouTube audience, the Gamerspack crew have put together an official comparison between the HyperX Cloud II and Cloud Revolver headsets. The resident gamers Melvin, Jassi and myself are present to walk you through deciding between the two headsets. Ranging from aesthetic comparisons to actual microphone tests, we cover all aspects of each of the headsets...

HyperX CloudX review: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

When designing a headset for an exclusive market, hardware developers often swing for the fences in an effort to create an elite gaming experience. In the case of HyperX's new CloudX gaming headset, the developers have hit a home run. The headset is officially licensed by Xbox, and although the it is compatible with anything that has a 3.5mm input, this means...

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