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CES 2017: HyperX introduces new gaming peripherals

By Chong Jinn Wei - on 7 Jan 2017, 4:45pm

CES 2017: HyperX introduces new gaming peripherals

HyperX introduced their latest gaming peripherals during CES 2017. Among the new products announced include their Pulsefire gaming mice, Alloy RGB Gaming Keyboards and Alloy FPS mechanical keyboards.

The HyperX Pulse Fire allows users to switch DPI settings on the fly depending on the game they are playing. <br> Image Source:

HyperX’s Pulsefire Gaming mouse was created for professional eSports gamers in mind, thanks to its four flexible DPI settings, which ranges from 400 to 3,200 DPI. This allows users to adjust the settings of the Pulsefire on-the-fly, without the need of installing any software. There are also customizable LED indicators for better personalization.

The Alloy RGB gaming keyboard features up to 16 million LED colors allowing users to customize the peripheral to their own style. <br> Image Source:

The Alloy RGB gaming keyboard features a new design and has up to 16 million LED colors that users can choose from. With dynamic lighting controls and profiles, the Alloy RGB lets users personalize their peripheral to their liking.

The Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard can be taken either as a Cherry MX Red or Brown keys, allowing users to pick their preferred feel of a keyboard. <br> Image Souce:

With the Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard on the other hand, users have the choice between Cherry MX Red or Brown keys. Cased in a sturdy steel alloy frame, the keyboard has a space saving design that allows gamers to maximize their desktop space. The peripheral also offers dynamic red LED lighting profiles that can function without any pre-installed software.

Also shown during CES 2017 were the Cloud Revolver S and the HyperX Predator DDR4 LED Memory. The former is a headset that can output Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, allowing users to immerse themselves in their game. The latter is HyperX's first memory module that features RGB lighting.

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