Kingston HyperX Cloud Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅12-06-14
Packaging & Accessories

Packaging front

The box material has the same high quality feel that we find with the QH-90 and the QH-85. The artwork is striking with the deep red on grey background with a large image of the product in the centre.

Reverse side of packaging

At the rear and on the side there are diagrams detailing the features of the Cloud headset.

A nice message

As with the congratulatory message we find with the QPad products, here we have some information about HyperX, some could argue it isn't needed, but it is a really nice touch.

Well packed

The protective packaging is identical to the QPad products, with a pull out cardboard drawer at the base with the headset surrounded by deep protective foam.

Included accessories

As with the QPad headsets, we find a load of included accessories, extension cables, a control box, 2x 3.5mm jacks (female) to 1x male, the removable microphone as well as an aeroplane adaptor. The Carry bag is similar but slightly modified over the QPad version, it has a front pocket fastened by velcro and has some HyperX trimmings.

The break out inline remote

Depending on how you have yourset, you may have no need for the remote, and you have that option due to the modularity, however, it looks great with the custom HyperX decal.

Your choice of fabric

Something not seen with many headphones, especially at this price, especially with gaming headsets, are included replacement headpads. The Cloud comes with both leather and a soft, plush velour, allowing the user the choice to whichever they prefer. A++

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