HyperX announces its first licensed PlayStation 4 gaming headset

HyperX announces its first licensed PlayStation 4 gaming headset HYPERX

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., today announced the HyperX Cloud for PlayStation 4 gaming headset. Officially licensed by Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC, the new headset is designed specifically for PlayStation 4 gamers with complementary PlayStation 4 blue color accents, and HyperX comfort.

HyperX Cloud is platform compatible with PlayStation 4, while offering 53mm drivers for high quality sound, and an aluminum frame for durability. It also features a detachable microphone for in-game chat while gaming and can be removed for mobile music, games and video. Meanwhile, competitive gamers can enjoy HyperX’s Signature Memory Foam, soft leatherette cushions, and an adjustable headband for ultimate comfort.

“HyperX is excited to work with an industry leader to deliver our first PlayStation 4 licensed gaming headset as we seek to expand our support for the console gaming market,” said Andrew Ewing, console products business manager, HyperX. “Now is a great time to engage a massive console audience that plays on millions of PlayStation 4 consoles across North America and Europe.”

HyperX is an avid supporter of Esports and the gaming community as it develops products designed specifically for competitive gamers. HyperX recently expanded its award-winning lineup with the Cloud Flight wireless gaming headset, offering up to 30 hours of battery life. The new Alloy Elite RGB mechanical gaming keyboard offers per key lighting customization, macros and up to three light profiles, all customizable through NGenuity software. The new Pulsefire Surge RGB mouse offers pro-level performance with up to 16,000 DPI accuracy, featuring dynamic 360o RGB light effects using NGenuity software.

HyperX Cloud for the PS4 system is now available at Best Buy and on Amazon for $79.99 MSRP. For more information on Cloud for PS4 headsets and updated availability, please visit the HyperX webpage.

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