HyperX has now sold over 10 million gaming headsets
Millions of people have purchased HyperX gaming accessories, including headsets, keyboards, and memory modules.
What you need to know
- HyperX has now sold over 10 million gaming headsets.
- The company also announced that it has sold over one million gaming keyboards and 65 million memory modules.
- The first HyperX gaming headset was released in 2014.
HyperX has a solid reputation among gamers for its gaming headphones and keyboards. Now, the company shared that its reputation has led to several sales milestones. HyperX has now sold over 10 million gaming headsets, over one million gaming keyboards, and 65 million memory modules.
HyperX developed its first gaming headset in 2014. Since then, the company has produced 30 headset models. In our review of the HyperX Cloud Alpha headset, our Xbox senior editor, Jez Corden, summarized the HyperX brand, "HyperX is widely renowned for high-quality headsets with solid audio, that do exactly what they say on the tin. Great sound, great comfort, and great microphones typify the HyperX lineup, all at great prices."
In addition to announcing the milestones, HyperX started to ship the Cloud MIX Rose Gold Edition.
Best HyperX Gaming Headsets in 2019
HyperX makes headsets for PCs and consoles, such as the HyperX CloudX Chat that works with the Xbox One. The company also makes a wide variety of gaming keyboards.
The HyperX Cloud Pro put HyperX headsets on the map, and that remains relatively unchanged to this day. You get stellar quality all around, all at a mid-range price point that's difficult to pass up.
This tenkeyless keyboard provides an impressive keyboard experience into a body that's small enough to be taken on the go.
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