You can almost taste the rainbow.
HyperX serves Computex 2019 with an array of impressive peripherals and hardware, slapped with RGB goodness for extra measure. This time they’re pulling the shroud off three of their high-end peripherals.
Here’s what they have in store.
HyperX is well known for its superb headset quality in terms of its plush and robust build as well as the sharp and precise sound system.
Cloud Alpha S
The Alpha S is HyperX’s latest updated to the Alpha lineup, boasting dual-chamber technology which accentuates bass, mid and high notes, making it particularly good for games that require pinpoint positional awareness. It features an adjustable bass slider and a custom-tuned audio control box with HyperX 7.1 Surround Sound.
Cloud Orbit S
A collaboration between Kingston, Audeze and Waves Technology brought the Orbit S to life. The Cloud Orbit S is the first headset to feature Audeze’s 100mm Planar Magnetic Drivers. The headset features Waves Nx 3D Audio and Head Tracking, delivering immersive audio and cinematic experiences.
The Alloy lineup is HyperX’s entry in the mechanical and gaming keyboard market. Let’s see what’s the latest version of it.
Alloy Origins Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
The main attraction of the brand. Featuring the company’s all-new HyperX Red Switch which sports a 45g actuation point and up to 80 million click lifetime.
HyperX says that the keyboard is specifically tailored for FPS games, so it’s perfect for those hit battle royales like Apex Legends.
Oh btw, it also has “pudding keycaps”.
Sweet; RGB rainbow!
Fury DDR4/DDR4 RGB
The Fury DDR4 memory modules feature Plug n Play support, which allows for easy overclocking at DDR4 1.2V, as well as Intel-XMP ready profiles. The top of the sticks glows with an RGB LED bar, packed with their latest tech, HyperX’s patented Infrared Sync, allowing it to stay synchronised without the use of a cable.
I’m truly excited to see more of Computex 2019, especially with sweet tech and gadgets like this. With that being said, do check out our other Computex pieces, featuring brands like Alienware and ASUS Republic of Gamers here.