HyperX expands the line of peripherals for gaming in Computex 2019 

 

HyperX® launched a premium line of accessories for gaming, the mechanical keyboard for videogames HyperX Alloy OriginsTM with HyperX switches, headphones HyperX Cloud AlphaTMS with dual camera technology and a new bass adjustment regulator, plus an accessible connector and player, in addition to the DDR4 FURY with a new heat disperser design and a new FURY DDR4 RGB memory

Daniel Kelley, director of corporate marketing for HyperX, says that “our wide selection and gaming products and enthusiastic styles can make anyone feel a pro, HyperX products provide the quality and performance they need. We are committed to creating the best products on the market for everyone – PC, console or mobile – at an affordable price. ”

The announcements of HyperX Computex 2019 include:

  • Mechanical Keyboard for gaming HyperX Alloy OriginsTM – This new keyboard uses mechanical switches HyperX, the new red switch HyperX has a point of action of 45g, a time of shorter journey and is designed with a useful life of 80 million keystrokes. Alloy Origins offers dynamic lighting with LED lights exposed to the keys and produce greater luminosity and brighter RGB light. The HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Keyboard provides up to three brightness profiles to the user’s liking that can be stored directly in the keyboard memory to save the lighting and Macro1 configuration wherever the user goes. The HyperX NGenuity software offers LED lighting and RGB personalization by TECLA1.
  • HyperX Cloud AlphaTM S video game Headphones – the new Cloud Alpha S offers dual camera technology and provides sound accuracy in the game with an incredible record and tone. Dual cameras allow Cloud Alpha S to separate the bass from the media and highs, creating a dynamic sound that prints more reality to games, music and movies. The headset Cloud Alpha S offers an adjuster of low and includes a box of tone control of custom audio with surround sound HyperX 7.12. The balance controls of game and chat are available to mix audio levels.
  • DDR4 Fury and FURY DDR4 RGB memory – New memory modules and high performance accessible upgrades HyperX FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB for the latest Intel and AMD platforms feature Plug N Play support that allows memory overclocking Automatic in the standard DDR4 1.2 V configurations. The FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB memories offer Intel XMP profiles prepared and optimized for the latest Intel platform. The HyperX FURY DDR4 RGB memory is equipped with a LED light bar with efectos3 RGB fluid and uses HyperX infrared synchronization, which allows the modules to remain synchronized without the need for cables. The memory is compatible with the lighting control software of a wide range of softwares from motherboard vendors including ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

HyperX will launch an updated version of NGenuity software during Computex redesigned for an intuitive and easy-to-use interface experience. The first exhibition of the latest version of NGenuity will be carried out in the latest HyperX FURY RGB memory and is now available in the Microsoft Store to download (LINK).

Also at the exhibition Computex:

  • Hearing Aids for Gaming Cloud Orbit S – The Cloud Orbit S were developed together with AudezeTM and Waves® Technology, and are the first hearing aids for gaming driven by the Drivers Magnetic Planar 100mm patented Audeze for a sound of high precision. Waves NX® 3D Audio Technology offers a cinematic audio immersion experience. The Waves NX® Head tracking technology provides a stable audio environment of 360 degrees of high realism through which the movements of the user’s head give life to the room 1000 times per second. For the first time in Computerex, HyperX will display the gesture control features of the Orbit S. HyperX will display the Orbit S gesture control features along with Audeze technology and waves to bring audio quality to a new level, so far only existing on Audio fans headphones.