The Holiday hangover is on its way out now and HyperX has got some more goodies for you after they announced a brand new lineup of exciting computing peripherals hitting their store this week.

If you are in the market for a new keyboard, mouse, or headset, then these new products from HyperX will be hard to say no to.

ALLOY RGB Gaming Keyboard

Based around an alloy metal frame, this durable keyboard’s main drawcard is its highly customisable lighting setup.  Countless colour combinations from the LED backlights coupled with dedicated media keys make this a considerable option for any creative’s next finger-slapper.

Pulsefire Gaming Mouse

Designed as an affordable alternative for professional gamers, the Pulsefire Gaming Mouse offers four levels of preset DPI settings ranging from 400 to 3200.  Like the ALLOY RGB Gaming Keyboard before it, this mouse is adorned by modern LED lighting.

ALLOY FPS Red or Brown Gaming Keyboard

A mechanic keyboard with an edge, this desktop game-changer brings all the advantages of a mechanical system into a much smaller package.  This allows the maximisation of desktop real estate, a must-have for any self-respecting FPS fiend.  It will give gamers two new switch options (red and brown) as well as tactical, red WASD keys.  It also features a removable cable and is perfect for gaming on the go.

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Cloud Revolver S

HyperXOffering Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, the Cloud Revolver S is one of the most advanced headsets to come from the team at HyperX.  Optimised for atmospheric scenarios, the headset is purpose built for FPS and 3D games.

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HyperX has also given a peek at their upcoming HyperX Predator DDR4 LED Memory, their first to feature LED compatibility.  The memory will work in tandem with any enabled LED motherboard and continues the colourful HyperX aesthetic throughout the computer.

The market for computer and gaming peripherals continue to heat up and regular product debuts are commonplace.  It is a great time to be a gamer when companies are innovating with core products previously thought to be mundane, coming up with products like these which provide a premium experience.


Do you own any HyperX products?  Would you recommend them?

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