- The new HyperX Alloy Origins 60 keyboard is coming February 22, and a charging station for Xbox controllers is coming sometime in February.
- The HyperX Cloud II Wireless gaming headset, Cloud Revolver + 7.1 gaming headset, and Pulsefire Haste gaming mouse are all available worldwide now.
Kingston-owned gaming peripheral maker HyperX came out today with a bunch of hardware announcements. Getting top billing are two brand new products, the HyperX Alloy Origins 60 mechanical gaming keyboard and HyperX ChargePlay Duo charging station for Xbox controllers. Additionally, the company announced the HyperX Pulsefire Haste gaming mouse, as well as the Cloud II Wireless and Cloud Revolver + 7.1 gaming headsets. Both of these products are now available globally after previously launching exclusively in the United States.
The HyperX Alloy Origins 60 is a compact mechanical gaming keyboard with low-travel keys, colored LED lights, and support for the HyperX NGenuity app for customizing lights and macro profiles. The keyboard will be available in the United States on February 22 for $99.99 through the HyperX store.
The HyperX ChargePlay Duo offers a convenient method of charging up to two controllers for Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S, and comes with two 1,400mAh rechargeable battery packs for controllers. It will be available in the US sometime in February for $39.99 through the HyperX store.
Originally a US-only product, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste gaming mouse is now available everywhere for $49.99. The mouse features an ergonomic design, dust-proof switches, and integration with the HyperX NGenuity app for customizing DPI and the built-in RGB LED lights.
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless is a wireless gaming headset for PC and PlayStation 4 and 5. Our sister site SoundGuys actually reviewed it not too long ago, too. The headset offers great audio, virtual surround sound, and great battery life, all wrapped up in a comfortable build, and retails for $149.99, or an equivalent price worldwide.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver + 7.1 offers pretty much all the same features as the Cloud II, but it’s wired and uses a USB adapter to add 7.1 surround sound support instead of using HyperX NGenuity. It also goes for $149.99, or an equivalent price worldwide.