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HyperX Shows Off New Gaming Peripheral Lineup at CES 2022

HyperX has announced the latest additions to its continuously growing gaming peripheral lineup at CES 2022. The new products include the Cloud Alpha Wireless gaming headset, the Clutch wireless controller, the Pulsefire Haste wireless mouse, the Alloy Origins 65 mechanical keyboard, Cloud II headset, and Cloud Core headset.

“CES sets the tone for consumer technology in 2022 and is a great time for HyperX to share our latest innovations and demonstrate our continued dedication to bring gamers high-performance products,” said Kevin Hague, vice president and general manager, HyperX. “As producers of professional gaming-grade accessories, HyperX is committed to outfitting the gaming and esports communities with the best products for extended gaming sessions, esports tournaments or casual gaming with friends.”

The new HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless gaming headset features a massive battery life of up to 300 hours on a single charge, DTS Headphone:X support, the improved Dual Chamber Technology, and new custom-designed HyperX 50mm drivers. The new headset also features a detachable noise-cancelling microphone with an LED status indicator and onboard audio controls on its ear up.

The brand-new HyperX Clutch is a new wireless controller than can be used with Android devices via Bluetooth 4.2 or a 2.4GHz wireless receiver. Users can attach the included adjustable mobile phone clip than can be expanded from 41mm to 86mm to fit multiple smartphone models. The Clutch can also be used with PCs or laptops via the included USB-C to USB-A cable. It comes equipped with a built-in rechargeable battery that offers a battery life of up to 19 hours on a single charge.

HyperX’s new Pulsefire Haste wireless gaming mouse brings together some of the most recent trends in the market, featuring a honeycomb hex shell design, 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, TTC Golden micro dustproof switches, PTFE skates, and included grip tape. It also features a battery life of up to 100 hours, six programmable buttons, an anti-dust and water-resistant IP55 rating, as well as additional PTFE stakes. The new Pulsefire Haste also works with the company’s NGENUITY software for DPI, RGB lighting, button assignment, and macro customization.

The HyperX Alloy Origins 65 mechanical gaming keyboard is a follow up to last year’s Alloy Origins 60. The slightly larger form factor gives a few additional keys to work with including dedicated arrow keys, delete, page up, and page down keys. The new keyboard comes with HyperX mechanical switches, RBG backlit keys with an exposed LED design, double shot PBT keycaps, onboard memory, and compatibility with the company’s NGENUITY software. The Alloy Origins 65 comes with either HyperX Red linear or HyperX Aqua tactile switches.

Lastly, both the HyperX Cloud II and Cloud Core gaming headsets have received internal updates for 2022, including DTS Headphone:X support for the latter.