Friday, May 26th 2017

HyperX Completed Gaming Peripheral Product Lines

As eSports and gaming community getting prosperous, gamers nowadays tend to spend longer time playing, hence in need of gaming gears with higher quality. HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, is dedicated to bringing the best gaming experience to Pros and casual gamers alike. Since the first Cloud Gaming Headset launched in April 2014,HyperX surpassed 2-million headset sales mark in three short years, and then successfully expanded the product lines to gaming mouse pads and keyboards. As PulseFire FPS Gaming mouse completes the peripheral family in 2017, HyperX is now ready to offer gamers all the required peripherals for the best gaming setup.

HyperX complete FPS family is designed to meet the specific requirements of gamers. PulseFire FPS Gaming Mouse provides gamers accurate tracking and fast response time with PixArt 3310 sensor and Omron switches. Solid-built HyperX Alloy FPS keyboard is a perfect match for mice movement with its small footprint design, maximizing desktop space. Furthermore, gamers looking for competitive edge will need a pair of decent headsets, where HyperX Cloud Revolver S can easily fit in. With studio-grade sound stage and Plug N Play virtual Dolby Surround 7.1 audio, Cloud Revolver S helps gamers easily identify the location of enemies and win every battle.
HyperX will showcase the upgraded Alloy FPS Pro and Alloy Elite RGB keyboard for the first time in APAC along with current existing products during Computex 2017. Looking into the future, HyperX would keep building products with the best quality and performance that gamers across genres could all comfortably count on.
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6 Comments on HyperX Completed Gaming Peripheral Product Lines

#1
Manu_PT
With PulseFire weight and shape, you can´t take them serious when they talk about "pro gaming mouse" lol nice try tho, maybe next version will be better
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Upgrayedd
Damn, TPU needs and editor or to start proof reading before posting. That was tough to read, especially the first sentence.

I know sometimes non English companies will provide terrible translations. I don't think that is what happened here though.
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VSG
Editor, Reviews & News
Upgrayedd said:
Damn, TPU needs and editor or to start proof reading before posting. That was tough to read, especially the first sentence.

I know sometimes non English companies will provide terrible translations. I don't think that is what happened here though.
It's labelled a press release, so I think that's just as-is from the company.
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
i like their headsets, so far its the unique thing i have tested and try, currently own HyperX Cloud headset, simple, comfortable and great quality! several accessories and parts!


Upgrayedd said:
Damn, TPU needs and editor or to start proof reading before posting. That was tough to read, especially the first sentence.

I know sometimes non English companies will provide terrible translations. I don't think that is what happened here though.
watch your mouth... no need to damn nothing... i really admire @btarunr for posting and keep us up to date with news and articles.....
if you feel like translation is not correct then send a Private message to him and make the difference, but complaining like a little girl will not solve a sh*t here....

also if the reading is not as you desire skip it an dont come here to criticize the work that others do for all the community and members... or also if you could do it better, as it seems to be according your comment, ask w1zz or other moderator about the chance to give yourself a try...


Regards,
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#5
CAPSLOCKSTUCK
Spaced Out Lunar Tick
i read the first 2 lines, laughed my bollocks off and gave up.
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#6
Upgrayedd
VSG said:
It's labelled a press release, so I think that's just as-is from the company.
Yeah that is what I wondered. I was hoping that wasn't a news writers wording. That sentence structure was amazing lol.
peche said:

watch your mouth... no need to damn nothing... i really admire @btarunr for posting and keep us up to date with news and articles.....
if you feel like translation is not correct then send a Private message to him and make the difference, but complaining like a little girl will not solve a sh*t here....

also if the reading is not as you desire skip it an dont come here to criticize the work that others do for all the community and members... or also if you could do it better, as it seems to be according your comment, ask w1zz or other moderator about the chance to give yourself a try...


Regards,
Lol you must have a hatred towards little girls. I did skip it because it was tough as hell to read.
Ima damn the damning damned dam.
Yes, I do think I could write better in English than whoever translated that over at Kingston/Hyper X. As already stated it was a copy pasta as I suspected.
Anyways, thanks for the news. I tried a HyperX cloud headset my cousin has. Lets just say you get what you pay for and that isn't much.
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