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HyperX Brings Expanded Product Lineup to CES 2019

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., expanded its award-winning lineup across product lines. The latest Hyper X line of products add new levels of comfort, performance and control and are designed to enhance gameplay for gamers at all levels.

HyperX Quadcast Standalone Microphone is designed to meet the exacting demands of PC, PlayStation 4 and Mac professional or aspiring streamers. QuadCast features an anti-vibration shock mount, an easily-accessible gain control adjustment, four selectable polar patterns, and tap-to-mute functionality with convenient LED lighting to indicate broadcast status. With crystal clear voice capturing, Quadcast connects streamers to their viewers like never before. It will be available beginning in March at $139.99 MSRP

HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB 16GB Module is now available in 16GB modules in speeds of 3000MHz and 3200MHz as individual modules and kits of 2 and 4 up to 64GB. It will be available beginning in January starting at $167 MSRP.

Predator DDR4 RGB features synchronized RGB lighting with Hyper X Infrared Sync technology, allowing multiple modules to sync LED lighting and produce an exceptional pattern display. Powered directly from the motherboard, this technology provides an enhanced visual experience of RGB memory for gaming, overclocking PCs and DIY system builds.

Hyper X Cloud Orbit and Cloud Orbit S Headsets are the first HyperX gaming headsets powered by Audeze’s patented 100mm Planar Magnetic Drivers for accurate sound. Waves Nx 3D audio technology brings an immersive cinematic audio experience to gaming.

The Cloud Orbit S includes Waves NX head tracking technology to deliver a stable hyper-realistic 360-degree audio environment where the users head movements bring the room to life 1,000 times a second. HyperX Cloud Orbit and Hyper X Cloud Orbit S will be available beginning in Q2 at $299.99 and $399.99 respectively.

HyperX Pulsefire Raid RGB Gaming Mouse is designed for gamers who need additional buttons for key binding or to execute a variety of commands. Hyper X Pulsefire Raid features 11 programmable buttons and is designed with a Pixart 3389 sensor for accuracy and speed with settings up to 16,000 DPI. It will be available beginning Q2 at $59.99 MSRP.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Purple Edition features HyperX dual chamber technology to deliver accurate game sound with incredible range and tone. With 50mm drivers, the dual chambers tune and separate the bass from the mids and highs, creating a dynamic sound that makes gaming, music and movies immersive. It will be available beginning Q2 at $99.99 MSRP.

Cloud Alpha is designed to deliver the ultimate comfort for hours of extended gameplay with premium HyperX signature memory foam, an expanded headband featuring softer, more pliable letherette and a durable, lightweight aluminum frame design. The headset features a detachable cable with in-line audio control allowing console gamers to adjust volume and mute microphone right on the cable with multi-platform compatibility.

Expanded HyperX Cloud MIX is now available globally at $199.99 MSRP. The Cloud MIX features HyperX Dual Chamber Technology and 40mm drivers for vivid and accurate sound and is designed for gamers wanting a wired connection for console and PC gaming and a Bluetooth option for on-the-go entertainment.

Cloud Mix is Hi-Res Audio certified and meets Hi-Res sound requirements up to 40,000Hz. Clould MX features a detachable braided cable and is compatible in wired mode with platforms with 3.5mm ports and compatibility in wireless mode with Bluetooth-ready media devices for up to 20 hours of use. When unplugged and paired with a Bluetooth phone or device, the Cloud MIX is a lifestyle-ready headset.

Visit HyperX at CES 2019 at the Venetian Hotel, Tower Suite #30-236.

Kingston HyperX SSD

Kingston is known for their memory, but now they are branching out into the world of hard drives and, more specifically, solid state hard drives, or SSD’s as they are commonly referred to.   The HyperX is the top of the Kingston line when it comes to this technology.  The SSD is a much-hyped technology that has remained a dream for most consumers because of their price-point, but they are starting to come down into the realm of the affordable, although still top-end, drives. The SSD provides much faster speed than the traditional HDD, plus they are much smaller in size, which is driving the new Ultrabook craze, which was also capturing  the media at this year’s CES.

The new HyperX comes with an external drive bay that you can plug into your computer and software to clone you current drive to get you started without any down time.  The new Kingston drive may still be out of reach for the average user, but that’s okay, because they know it’s for the enthusiast, who knows how to get inside a PC and change out hardware, clone drives, and use all of the hardware and tools that come along with a project such as this.

Currently for the 120 GB version seen in the video below the price is coming in at a little over $200.  To find out more be sure to check out the video and visit Kingston.

Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central for the TechPodcast Network.

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