To say that our visit to the HyperX suite at CES 2020 this year was a bit overwhelming would be an understatement. HyperX has definitely spread its wings in a very interesting…and powerful way. Although total coverage could have spanned our entire CES trip, we hope to key in on just a few of the highlights here…
HYPERX PREDATOR DDR4 4800MHZ 64GB
This memory is a dream for most and isn’t available just yet.. It is 4 pieces of 16GB DDR4-4800 CL19 running at 1.35v and it is solid. This photo might show several of HyperX’ new products but this memory is sweet.
There is no word on pricing of this specific memory yet, however, the newest Fury memory is available in frequencies of 2400mhZ to 3700mhZ with pricing starting at $55.
HYPERX CLOUD FLIGHT S GAMING HEADSET
The HyperX Cloud Flight S is an update from the previous gen Cloudflight and is a gaming wireless headset with certified QI charging… as shown in this photo.
Listed specs speak to 30 hours battery life, PS4 compatibility, 7.1 surround, and a price of $159.99 in February of this year.
HYPERX ALLOY ORIGINS GAMING KEYBOARD
This photo displays the newest Alloy Origins Gaming keyboard with HyperX Double Shot PBT Caps.
This keyboard is built using HyperX Aqua mechanical switches with RGB backlit keys. The keyboard has an air grade brushed aluminum finish with a fully detachable USB to Type-C cable. This keyboard will be available in March with aqua switches and MSRP is $109.99
HYPERX PULSEFIRE RAID RGB GAMING MOUSE
Need a few more fully programmable buttons in your gaming mouse? The Pulsefire RAID RGB comes in with eleven in total. This mouse has Pixart 3389 sensors fo accuracy and speed with up to 16,000 DPI. This mouse will be available this month and comes in at $59.99 MSRP
Last up for today is the HyperX Fury Ultra RGB Mouse Pad. It has 360-degree RGB lighting and, as with all other RGB peripherals here, it is fully customizable with HyperX NGENUITY software. The Ultra will be available in January with an MSRP of $54.99