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HyperX Debuts First Licensed PlayStation 4 Headset

Gaming peripherals manufacturer, HyperX, has further intensified local competition, launching its first licensed PlayStation 4 headset – the ‘HyperX Cloud’ (A$129) – which claims to optimise PS4 gameplay with “HyperX comfort.”

The HyperX Cloud is now available to purchase in Australia, featuring 53mm drivers, an aluminium frame and detachable microphone.

 

 

HyperX asserts the design offers versatility between gaming and general headphone use, for music listening or video watching.

The new HyperX Cloud is said to be specifically designed for the PlayStation 4, whilst incorporating the company’s signature memory foam, leatherette cushions and adjustable headband.

Alongside the headset, HyperX has also launched its new Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse (A$89), featuring a Pixart 3389 sensor and Omron switches with ’20M click durability’.

The new Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse features six programmable buttons, alongside onboard memory fpr saving up to three custom profiles via HyperX’s NGenuity software.

Like other products, consumers can customise LED lighting and RGB for the mouse wheel and HyperX logo.

Both products accompany a limited two-year warranty, with further information on HyperX’s website here.

 

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