Review: HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse
HyperX, a division of the more well-known brand Kingston, is a new competitor on the gaming peripheral market. In this review, we'll see if their first gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS, holds up against other brands.
HyperX globally announces the arrival of Predator Refresh ( DDR4) for VR
As the technology of CPU and GPU keeps evolving, it is no doubt that Virtual Reality has explored itself in mainstream lately. Games and apps applied to VR devices have already grabbed gamers’ attention worldwide and everyone just can’t wait to jump into the bandwagon of games.
HyperX Launches Its Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset in India
HyperX Cloud Revolver will be available for INR 11,999 in major retail and e-tail stores
HyperX Demos New Products at IEM Katowice World Championship
HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is the official headset and memory partner of Intel Extreme Masters for the third-consecutive year. HyperX’s presence will be known during the IEM Katowice World Championship which takes place from March 3-7, in Katowice, Poland.
HyperX Cloud Drone Headset launched in India for INR 3,999
HyperX Predator DDR4
HyperX, the division of Kingston that mainly produces computer components meant for gaming, such as extremely fast, good looking SSD’s and godly strips of RAM has released something amazing. I personally, love Kingston’s HyperX series. And if there’s one thing every tech geek will love, it’s Kingston’s HyperX Predator DDR4 RAM strips.
Kingston HyperX Cloud Review
Yes, we know; the HyperX Cloud already has a successor of sorts, the Cloud II. However, why don't we have a look at the one that really took the market by storm, with a low price point and brilliant performance! Now, Kingston isn't known for making gaming headsets, outside of memory and storage solutions and the Cloud isn't wholly made by Kingston. Instead, it's actually the Qpad QH-90, repackaged in a new bottle. However, Kingston acknowledges this on the box, stating that the Cloud was co-developed with Qpad. Qpad is well known in the enthusiast audio circle, and has previously worked with Beyerdynamics. Kingston has added their own appeal to the QH-90, which in turn, makes the product their own.