HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, is introducing a number of new additions to its product line at Computex 2019: The mechanical gaming keyboard Alloy Origins with HyperX switches, the gaming headset HyperX Cloud Alpha S with two-chamber technology and the gaming headset Cloud Orbit S with head tracking. Exciting new products will also be presented in the RAM area: the inexpensive RAM bar FURY DDR4 with a new heat-spreader design and the FURY DDR4 RGB, whose lighting can be adjusted using the HyperX NGenuity software.
The new products at a glance
The mechanical gaming keyboard HyperX Alloy Origins is equipped with the new HyperX Red Switches, which offer a low pressure point (45g) for fast action and a lifetime of at least 80 million keystrokes. The keyboard has dynamic LED lighting with up to three storable colour profiles. With HyperX NGenuity software, the LED illumination can be adjusted for each button.
The Gaming headset Cloud Alpha S works with the proven dual-chamber technology that ensures superior sound quality when playing. Two-chamber technology separates the bass from the midrange and treble, making games and movies even more realistic. The headset features a bass control and an audio control box with HyperX 7.1 surround sound. Game and chat volume can be adjusted arbitrarily.
The Gaming headset Cloud Orbit S was developed in cooperation with AudezeTM and Waves Technology. The headset works with Audeze’s patented 100 mm planar magnetic drivers. Waves Nx-3D audio technology delivers a realistic 360-degree audio environment through sophisticated head movement tracking. By combining innovative technologies, the Cloud Orbit S achieves an audio quality normally found only in headsets for audiophiles.
The FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB memory modules are an inexpensive and powerful memory upgrade for current Intel and AMD platforms. The Plug & Play memory enables automatic overclocking. It is also Intel XMP-enabled and therefore optimized for the latest Intel platform. The FURY DDR4 RGB is equipped with an LED module that enables various lighting effects. Using HyperX Infrared Sync, the memory modules can be synchronized without cables. The memory is compatible with the lighting control of various mainboard manufacturers such as ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and others.
At Computex, HyperX will also present an extensively updated version of its NGenuity software, optimized for intuitive operation and ease of use. The software enables lighting control for HyperX products and is available in the Microsoft Store for Download.
Our constantly growing range offers everything professional gamers want. Our goal is to offer the best products on the market at a reasonable price. For any platform – PC, console or mobile.Paul Leaman, Vice President at HyperX EMEA
The products will be presented at Computex 2019, which will be held in Taiwan from 28 May to 1 June. Availability and pricing are as follows:
Alloy Origins Keyboard – Third Quarter 2019; $109.99 RRP
Cloud Alpha S Headset – September 2019; $129.99 RRP
Cloud Orbit S Headset – third quarter 2019; $329.99 UVP
FURY DDR4 & FURY DDR4 RGB memory – second half of 2019; price not yet announced