Famed mechanical keyboard maker Ducky and HyperX are teaming up (again) for another limited run of their One 2 Mini mechanical keyboard. Ditching Cherry MX switches for HyperX Reds, this 60 percent keyboard is one hot looking creation. But only 6,500 are being made. Here is where to get one and when, plus some impressions and photos of what to expect.
Kingston, the company behind HyperX, has a new edition of its famed Cloud II headset. The Cloud II Wireless takes the same brilliant design and audio production to a 2.4GHz wireless realm. Usable on PC, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch, it's an outstanding wireless option for those who want hours of comfort.
Has custom-tuned 7.1 surround sound, bass adjustment sliders, and a durable aluminum frame. The dual chamber drivers provide powerful sound, and the audio control mixer gives you advanced control over the sound. Has detachable mic and braided cable.
Has flat surface with stitched edges to resist fraying. The surface is very dense for accurate optical tracking and has a natural rubber underside so it's anti-slip. Large is also on sale for $16 from $20 if you don't need the extra large size.
Includes 40mm dual-chamber drivers for hi-res audio, a flexible detachable boom mic for communicating while gaming, and Bluetooth with a 20-hour battery life for portability. Go wired for gaming so you don't have to worry about the battery.
Has crisp, detailed sound with clear communication through the noise-canceling microphone, which is detachable too. Adjust volume or mute the sound with the in-line controls. Compatible with PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
The headset uses USB audio to simulate surround sound, so you'll know where the enemy is at all times. Has 53mm drivers, a noise-cancelling mic, and memory foam ear pads for long-term comfort. Compatible with Xbox, PS4, PC, Mac, and more.
A very minimal keyboard for mechanical gamers who don't need a numpad. Uses Cherry MX Red switches for durability and clickiness. Portable design includes detachable cable. Has anti-ghosting and N Key rollover. Red dynamic lighting effects.
HyperX has refreshed its Cloud Alpha S headphones with a new 'blackout' color scheme and seven new auto-optimized sound profiles for popular games. So, how does this $130 gaming headset stack up against the previous version and is it worth the extra $30 for virtual 7.1? Here's our review.
It uses memory foam so it's comfortable on your ears every time you put it on. Has 50mm directional drivers for enhanced audio. Has adjustable slider and volume control on ear. Compatible with PC, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and more.
Whether you want to upgrade your current setup or grab a new high-spec gaming machine, this sale has got you covered. The sale features powerful laptops from ASUS and HP, as well as monitors, keyboards, mics, and more.
A full-size keyboard that still uses a compact design for ideal gameplay. The solid steel frame is very durable, and it's also super portable with a detachable cable. Uses Cherry MX Red mechanical switches. Has red backlighting and dynamic effects.
The mic comes with an anti-vibration shock mount, a tap to mute sensor with LED indicator, and four selectable polar patterns. There's also a convenient gain control adjustment. It's compatible with multiple devices and plenty of chat programs.
The Alloy Elite has a unique radiant light bar with customizable lights that allow for even more dynamic lighting effects than just the key lighting. Stores lighting and macro profiles on the keyboard. Built with a steel frame for durability.