Hyperx Ces 2022 Group ShotSource: Richard Luu / HyperX

What you need to know

  • HyperX has six gaming accessories coming consumers' way in 2022 between January and March.
  • These accessories include a mouse, keyboard, controller, and three new gaming headsets.
  • One of the headsets is advertised as the "world's first" wireless gaming headset to hold up to 300 hours of battery life in one charge.

Fans of HyperX are in for a treat, as the company has not one, not two, but six accessories on the way, all of which are expected to go on sale between January and March 2022. Whether you want a controller, mouse, keyboard, or headset, HyperX has something new to offer you.

First, there's the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Gaming Headset, otherwise known as the "world's first" 300-hour wireless gaming headset, according to the company. Expect 50mm drivers, a detachable mic, and an aluminum frame for the price of $199 with a February release window.

Then there's the HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset, packing 7.1 virtual surround sound and new pink and white colorways. Grab it for $99 in March. And you can score the Cloud Core Gaming Headset, which features 3D audio spatialization, in January for $69 (nice!).

Next up: A mobile gaming controller. The Clutch Wireless Gaming Controller plays ball with Bluetooth 4.2 as well as 2.4GHz via a wireless receiver. And a USB cable is included for those who want to use the controller with a PC. Expect to see it for $49 in March.

Moving onto the penultimate item, prepare for the Pulsefire Haste Wireless Gaming Mouse, an ultra-lightweight honeycomb hex 2.4GHz mouse that can last up to 100 hours on a lone charge. Its six programmable buttons and virgin-grade PTFE skates can be yours in February for $79.

Lastly, there's the $99 Alloy Origins 65 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard dropping in February. On top of its "space-saving 65% form factor," you'll get RGB and 80 million clicks' worth of durability.

HyperX includes a disclaimer that though it's working hard to ensure these six estimated release windows, COVID-19 and its associated logistical headaches may delay plans.