HyperX has a new 300-hour wireless headset to show you

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Hyperx Ces 2022 Group ShotSource: Richard Luu / HyperX

Fans of HyperX are in for a treat, as the company has not one, not two, but six accessories on the way, all of which are expected to go on sale between January and March 2022. Whether you want a controller, mouse, keyboard, or headset, HyperX has something new to offer you.

First, there’s the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Gaming Headset, otherwise known as the “world’s first” 300-hour wireless gaming headset, according to the company. Expect 50mm drivers, a detachable mic, and an aluminum frame for the price of $199 with a February release window.

Then there’s the HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset, packing 7.1 virtual surround sound and new pink and white colorways. Grab it for $99 in March. And you can score the Cloud Core Gaming Headset, which features 3D audio spatialization, in January for $69 (nice!).

Next up: A mobile gaming controller. The Clutch Wireless Gaming Controller plays ball with Bluetooth 4.2 as well as 2.4GHz via a wireless receiver. And a USB cable is included for those who want to use the controller with a PC. Expect to see it for $49 in March.

Moving onto the penultimate item, prepare for the Pulsefire Haste Wireless Gaming Mouse, an ultra-lightweight honeycomb hex 2.4GHz mouse that can last up to 100 hours on a lone charge. Its six programmable buttons and virgin-grade PTFE skates can be yours in February for $79.

Lastly, there’s the $99 Alloy Origins 65 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard dropping in February. On top of its “space-saving 65% form factor,” you’ll get RGB and 80 million clicks’ worth of durability.

HyperX includes a disclaimer that though it’s working hard to ensure these six estimated release windows, COVID-19 and its associated logistical headaches may delay plans.

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