We had the opportunity to attend Kingston booth to check out what they are showcasing this time around at Computex 2019 and guess what, they have quite the treat for consumers that will be hitting the shores real soon.
The HyperX QuadCast is their new Microphone targeted towards users who wants a directional microphone with some nifty tricks up it sleeves. The QuadCast, as the name suggests has 4 selectable polar patterns around the mic. On the top, the QuadCast features a tap-to-mute Sensor with LED indicator that is easier to identify and sorts. The microphone is mounted on an anti-vibration shock mount to reduce the vibrations. Interesting thing about this, is that they have opted in for an internal pop filter to clean the audio from noise which is really smart. On the back, the QuadCast features a physical gain control adjustment.
HyperX Alpha S
We are no strangers to HyperX Alpha Headphones. In fact, they are one of the heavenly sounding headphone there is. The Alpha S is the successor and it now has a custom-tuned audio control box that has support for HyperX 7.1 Surround Sound – which is pure bliss. They use a Dual Chamber Driver for their headphones that offers more clarity, improved sound quality and reducing distortion. Users also have the option to balance controls where they can mix the game and audio chat levels.
HyperX Orbit S
The HyperX Orbit S on the other hand is their pro grade headphones which is truly a bliss because it uses Audeze’s patented 100mm Planar Magnetic Drivers inside those earcups. With the help of their Waves NX technology, the 3D audio technology brings a cinematic audio experience and it also has a head tracking feature that delivers 360-degree audio environment – for better sound staging. An headphone that I, personally am very interested in.
HyperX Alloy Origins
Finally, we have a keyboard from HyperX. The Alloy Origins is their first keyboard to features their very own HyperX Mechanical Switches. Yep, you heard that right. The switch offers a 1.8mm actuation point and a 3.8mm short travel time respectively. These switches has also been tested and can last up to 80 million clicks. For those RGB fans out there, it has a DIP style lighting to go with your setup.