HyperX announces peripheral line up at Computex 2019, includes new mechanical keyboard and gaming headset

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During Computex 2019, HyperX announced several new peripherals including a new mechanical keyboard, headset, and the FURY DDR4 RGB Memory module. All of these products will be available later this year.

HyperX®, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., today revealed a lineup of premium gaming gear with a HyperX Alloy OriginsTM Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with new HyperX switches, HyperX Cloud AlphaTM S Gaming Headset with popular dual chamber technology and a new bass adjustment slider, plus affordable plug and play FURY DDR4 with new heat-spreader designs and new FURY DDR4 RGB memory with NGenuity software control.

“Our expansive selection of gaming and enthusiast products and styles can make anyone feel like a pro, HyperX products deliver the performance and quality they need,” said Daniel Kelley, director of corporate marketing, HyperX. “We are committed to creating the best products on the market for everyone – PC, console or mobile – at an attainable price.”

The peripheral line up includes:

  • Alloy Origins Mechanical Keyboard – Keyboard that utilizes HyperX mechanical switches, features 45g actuation point, and is rated for up to 80 million lifetime clicks. It also offers more more dynamic lighting with exposed LED on the key-switch. To be released Q3 2019 for $109.99 US MSRP.
  • Cloud Alpha S Gaming Headset – Features dual chamber technology for a more accurate in-game sound with a more incredible range and tone. The dual chamber allows the device to separate the bass from the mids and highs and create a more dynamic sound. To be released September 2019 for $129.99 US MSRP
  • FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB Memory – Cost-effective, high-performance memory upgrades for platforms from Intel and AMD featuring Plug N Play support for automatic memory overclocking at standard DDR4 1.2V settings. They’ll also utilize HyperX’s Infrared Sync, allowing the modules to remain synchronized without the use of cables. Will be released the second half of 2019; pricing to be announced at a later date.

These devices as well as the Cloud Orbit S Gaming Headset (which will be released Q3 2019 for $329.99 US MSRP) will be on display at Computex 2019 in Taiwan from May 28th to June 1st. For more information on HyperX’s range of products and peripherals, visit the official website.