Another day and another truck load of announcements from Computex 2019.
HyperX have been busy and are unloading a swath of new gear including Fury DDR4 RGB RAM, Cloud Alpha and Orbit S Gaming Headsets, and the gorgeous looking Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keybaord which we recently covered here!
Ok ok ok….I know, that’s a lot, so lets break it down into easily digestible chunks of shiny goodness shall we!
FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB Memory
The new HyperX FURY DDR4 and FURY DDR4 RGB feature Plug N Play support, to enable automatic memory overclocking at standard DDR4 1.2V settings. The memories feature Intel XMP-ready profiles optimised for Intel’s latest platform. The HyperX FURY DDR4 RGB comes equipped with a LED light bar with fluid RGB lighting effects and utilises HyperX Infrared Sync, which allows the modules to remain synchronised without the use of cables. HyperX will reveal a fully updated version of NGenuity software during Computex 2019, redesigned for a more intuitive experience.
Cloud Alpha S Gaming Headset
The new Cloud Alpha S features dual chamber technology that delivers accurate in-game sound with impressive range and tone. Dual chambers allow the Cloud Alpha S to separate bass from the mids and highs, creating a dynamic sound that makes games, music, and movies more realistic and immersive. Cloud Alpha S offers adjustable bass slider and includes a custom-tuned audio control box with HyperX 7.1 virtual surround sound.
Cloud Orbit S Gaming Headset
Cloud Orbit S gaming headsets are the first HyperX gaming headsets powered by Audeze’s patented 100mm Planar Magnetic Drivers for accurate sound. Waves Nx 3D audio technology brings an immersive cinematic audio experience to gaming. Waves Nx head tracking technology delivers a stable hyper-realistic 360-degree audio environment where the users head movements bring the room to life 1,000 times a second (I don’t really know what all this is yet, but it sounds incredible). For the first time at Computex 2019, HyperX will be showing gesture control features of the Orbit S.
At the moment we’re still light on in terms of actual photo material for these bad boys, but while we wait for the new shiny good stuff, feel free to check out our review of the HyperX Cloud Flight wireless gaming headset!