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HyperX Debuts Cloud Alpha S Blackout Edition in India

HyperX expanded the award winning Cloud AlphaTM S lineup with the addition of Cloud AlphaTM S Blackout. With a new brilliant yet subdued all black design, the new Alpha S Blackout addition features custom-tuned HyperX virtual 7.1 surround sound with an advanced audio control mixer to easily activate surround sound and to adjust the mic between game and chat, Mechanical bass adjustment sliders allow for three levels of bass fine-tuning providing listeners with richer audio gaming experience. The Cloud Alpha S Blackout utilizes dual chamber technology to separate bass from the mids and highs for accurate and smooth in-game audio. 

“We are excited to introduce our second color variation to HyperX Cloud Alpha S lineup,” said HyperX. “We can now offer gamers more ways to customize their setup with a custom-tuned HyperX 7.1 virtual surround sound headset that has all the comfort and style of the original HyperX Cloud.”

The Cloud Alpha S features signature HyperX comfort with premium memory foam ear cushions, an extra breathable leatherette and a durable aluminum frame. The headset also comes equipped with a detachable noise cancellation mic, braided cable, spare set of fabric ear cushions and travel bag.

HyperX provides a variety of PC, console, and wireless headsets including the Cloud II, Cloud Alpha, Cloud Flight, Cloud Revolver, Cloud MIX and Cloud Orbit S, an audiophile grade headset with planar drivers.

Availability

The HyperX Cloud Alpha S Blackout gaming headset is available for MRP of  INR 14,300 through HyperX’s network of retail and e-tail outlets. It is also exclusively available on Amazon for INR 11,000. For more information on the Cloud Alpha S lineup and global availability, please visit the Cloud Alpha S product page.

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