CES has kicked off and — as expected — there’s a flood of announcements across the consumer electronics space. Gaming peripherals manufacturer HyperX has recognised a growing want for wireless and delivered a host of new hardware.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless Gaming Headset

The standout feature of the Cloud Alpha Wireless is the amazing battery life. With up to 300 hours of battery life on a single charge, you’ll just need to establish a routine to charge is occasionally to ensure you’re never without sound. It has 50mm drivers and delivers quality audio with DTX X3. The Cloud Alpha Wireless ticks all the boxes for design features, including plenty of padding, an aluminium frame for durability and a detachable mic for times you don’t need it.

HyperX Clutch Wireless Gaming Controller

Designed for mobile gaming on the go, you’ll be instantly comfortable with the familiar layout. This, when coupled with the textured grips you’ll be ready to game for longer periods. You can connect via Bluetooth, through the wireless receiver or via USB cable to your PC making this a highly versatile option. Further showing the intent of the controller, it comes with a mobile phone clip and a battery that supports around 19 hours of game time.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Gaming Mouse

The Pulsefire Haste wireless mouse, like the wired version, has a honeycomb hex design that brings lighter weight and better airflow around your hand. It has low friction skates for easy gliding across your mouse mat and grip tap to ensure you don’t lose control of it in the heat of battle.

It connects through 2.4GHz and has over 100 hours of use on a single charge making it a great option for long gaming sessions. There are six programmable buttons (good for up to 80 Million clicks) to trigger your go-to moves in your game of choice. If the honeycomb design is of concern for drink spills, it’s IP55 rated so you don’t need to worry.

All three devices can be connected to the NGENUITY software allowing customisation and programming of features. There are updates to several other wired peripheral options also, to check out the full range of offerings head over to HyperX Gaming. Availability of the new peripherals is expected by the end of the first half of 2022, with pricing yet to be announced.