HyperX Cloud Alpha Console & PC Headset Revealed, Features “Groundbreaking Dual Chamber Drivers Design”

The HyperX Cloud Alpha PC, PS4, and Xbox One compatible headset has been revealed. It’s set to launch on September 25, and will bring a new “groundbreaking dual chamber drivers design” to the table. with HyperX’s Cloud range being one of the most popular choices of gaming headsets, this news should cause excitement amongst players, and a shudder down the spines of the competition. 

The listing price (as of 7/17/17) is $99.99, putting it in direct competition with the Logitech G433 and SteelSeries Artctis 5.

Here’s a description of what the HyperX Cloud Alpha can do, and as well a trailer showing it off in style:

HyperX™ Cloud Alpha’s groundbreaking Dual Chamber Drivers design will give your audio more distinction and clarity by reducing the distortion. The dual chambers separate the bass from the mids and highs, allowing optimal tuning for cleaner, smoother sound. The Cloud Alpha headset builds upon HyperX’s foundation of signature award-winning comfort with premium red memory foam, expanded headband and softer, more pliable leatherette. The durable aluminum frame can take the rigors of daily play, and per player request, Cloud Alpha also features a tough, detachable braided cable. The detachable noise-cancellation microphone is certified by Discord and TeamSpeak™, ensuring you’ll have great team communication. It’s also multi-platform compatible with in-line audio controls, so serious gamers on PC, PS4™, Xbox One™ and other platforms with a 3.5mm port will benefit from the bold sound of the Cloud Alpha evolution.

Features

  • HyperX Dual Chamber Drivers for more distinction and less distortion
  • Signature Award-Winning HyperX comfort
  • Durable aluminum frame with expanded headband
  • Detachable braided cable with convenient in-line audio control
  • Detachable noise cancellation microphone
  • Discord and TeamSpeakTM Certified
  • Multi-platform compatibility — dominate on PC or console.

So that’s the new HyperX Cloud Alpha headset. What do you think of it?

Source: HyperX (YouTube)

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