HyperX this week has announced the HyperX Cloud II Wireless gaming headset and the HyperX SoloCast USB microphone are now available in Australia and New Zealand.
Designed with streamers and content creators in mind HyperX has aimed to increase both comfort and confidence when streaming and playing games. After the universal success and praise of the HyperX wired headsets, the Cloud II Wireless is highly anticipated by gamers and content creators alike.
Comfort is at the forefront of design on the HyperX Cloud II Wireless. An adjustable headband and memory foam ear cups hope to make the headset comfortable for extended use sessions. The Cloud II Wireless also supports virtual 7.1 surround sound and utilizes 53mm drivers to produce clear and vivid sounds for every gaming experience.
The headset is also said to support 30 hours of battery life between charges and has a useable range of 20 meters. The microphone on the HyperX Cloud II Wireless is also noise-canceling and detachable, which reduces background noise and improves overall audio quality.
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless headset is designed to carry on the legacy of the original Cloud II, which was first introduced in 2015 and shook up the industry with its iconic design, comfortable fit, and best sound for a headset in its price range.– HyperX
The Cloud II is compatible with a multitude of devices, including PS4/PS5, The Xbox Family of Consoles, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
The HyperX SoloCast USB microphone is a high-quality entry-level broadcast microphone built for creators and casters looking to jump right into the action. The new device supports plug-n-play recording with tap-to-mute functions and flashing status LEDs.
We are excited to expand our USB microphone line with the addition of HyperX SoloCast, we are always looking for new ways to deliver an amazing user experience, expanding our USB microphone lineup with our new SoloCast brings a different option to streamers and content creators.– HyperX
The SoloCast uses a cardioid microphone pattern, meaning that it receives sounds in a heart shape. This recording method reduces background noises and produces rich and clear high-quality audio from the front of the microphone. The SoloCast also features a fully adjustable stand with tilt positions that fit perfectly into any gaming or streaming setup.
The Cloud II Wireless is available for an MSRP of AUD$299, and the SoloCast is available for an MSRP of AUD$109 from selected retailers.
For more on HyperX check out our previous coverage.