Kingston HyperX Cloud Review

Editor: Tony Le Bourne  Date: 12-06-14   1 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction

Product on Review: HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset
Manufacturer: Kingston HyperX
Street Price: £60-70 inc VAT

Previously, Kingston HyperX have placed their mark on the iconic Siberia V2 to aid their brand awareness in the world of eSports. Now having deeper roots in eSports, sponsoring many teams between LoL (Cloud9 HyperX) and DotA2 (Alliance, TeamLiquid), it would appear that they are at it again. This time they team up with QPad to mix a little HyperX branding magic with the QH-90 to create the HyperX Cloud. Though it would appear that the QH-90 itself is a modified Takstar PRO 80, the formula itself is a logical one, excellent audiophile level audio with desirable features that distinguish contemporary gaming headsets from older generation ones.





Overview by Kingston HyperX
Game without pain.
Let your opponents take the blows while you game without pain. HyperXģ Cloud cradles your head in a super-soft padded headband, memory foam ear cushions and leatherette-padded cups so even your late game will be comfortable. Itís affordable, so thereís no pain in the price either.

Pro-gaming optimized, HyperX Cloud is HiFi capable and delivers intense audio with crystal-clear low, mid and high tones plus enhanced bass-reproduction so you can lose yourself while you win. Plus youíll look sharp while playing, thanks to the unique HyperX design.



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