HyperX, a player who have slowly but surely been building credibility in the gaming tech space over the last few years, have unleashed their 2017 range on Las Vegas at this year’s CES.
The range includes their new Cloud Revolver S headset, which promises to surpass its predecessor in both price, comfort and performance. It features plug-and-play support for 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound that HyperX claims will offer up a more immersive experience.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver S will be available starting on February 13 for approximately AU$210.
It comes accompanied by the successor to their Alloy FPS keyboard, the Alloy RGB. The RGB features dedicated media keys and dynamic lighting profiles (an upgrade over the FPS’ static red).
It’ll be available sometime in the third quarter of 2017 and come with either Cherry MX Brown or Red switches.
Finally, HyperX is also making their first moves into gaming mice with the Pulsefire Mouse. The Pulsefire can be toggled between four DPI presets (400, 800, 1600 and 3200) and features an LED indicator that displays which is active.
It’s due for global availability in April for an expected Australian price of $70.