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HyperX has a new gaming headset that's built to deliver spatial audio on a budget

HyperX Cloud Core Wireless Main
HyperX Cloud Core Wireless Main (Image credit: HyperX)

What you need to know

  • HyperX announced the Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset today.
  • The headset features DTS Headphone:X spatial audio and 53 mm drivers.
  • The HyperX Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset is available through Best Buy for $100.

HyperX announced the Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset today. It features DTS Headphone:X spatial audio and 53mm drivers to help deliver positional sound while gaming. The headset will initially be available through Best Buy, both in-store and online. The Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset costs $100 and looks to compete with the best gaming headsets.

The Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset gets up to 20 hours of battery life, according to HyperX. It utilizes a 2.4GHz connection and has a range of up to 20 meters. The body of the headset is made with an aluminum frame and features memory foam.

The headset has a detachable noise-canceling microphone to help your voice sound clear in chats. HyperX highlights that the Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset is certified by Discord and TeamSpeak, though the company does not specify the benefits of that certification.

"HyperX is dedicated to providing the ultimate audio experience for gamers and the new Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset delivers with DTS Headphone:X and signature comfort at an affordable price point," said HyperX's audio business manager, Nate Almond. "Cloud Core Wireless gaming headset is an excellent option for gamers that desire a more immersive in-game experience with the freedom and flexibility to play without cables."

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