Kingston and their gaming division, HyperX, have always shown us something fun at CES 2020, and this year was no exception. First we have their newest NVMe M.2 SSD & # 39; s, the Grandview ES PCIe Gen4, and the Seccos ES PCIe Gen3. Both are pretty much what you would expect in terms of performance, but they still look pretty fantastic.
Are you tired of not getting enough time on your Nintendo Switch? Even with the newer models with a longer battery life, this is not always sufficient. Their charging and playing battery is quite thick. I actually think it's a bit too thick and a bit too heavy, but it serves a purpose. You get a few more hours to enjoy your favorite games. If you try to chill on those long flights, it's hardly a brain teaser.
The Alloy Origins keyboard is back again, this time with the mechanical HyperX AQUA switches. They are fully RGB-lit and use a unique double-shot keycap design. The keyboard can be connected via USB Type-C, has an aluminum construction and everything else that you would expect from a $ 110 keyboard.
What is striking is that they use their own switches. These mechanical AQUA switches are actually their version of MX Blue.
The new Pulsefire RAID mouse is also here, with the award-winning PixArt 3389 sensor that offers up to 16,000 DPI. However, the real power comes from the 11 programmable button design. The mouse is tuned for competitive gaming, but offers sufficient macro and adjustment options to make it versatile for any type of gaming. Plus, for just $ 59.99, it is certainly a broad attraction.
We finally have their latest premium-quality headset, the HyperX Cloud Flight S. It offers support for PC and PlayStation 4 / Pro using 2.4 GHz wireless technology. It even offers a unique Qi charging system on the side of the earcups, so there's no mess with cables.
The 50 mm drivers offer virtual 7.1 surround sound, a detachable microphone, built-in controls and more. The MSRP will be around $ 159.99 when it is launched next month.
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