HyperX brings Fury RGB to memory, releases new Alpha S headset
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Now Predator and Fury lines both have bling.
Fury RGB will be offered in speeds of up to 3,467MHz and use a light-bar that looks very similar to incumbent Predator.
As expected, the new sticks, which are at a lower price point than Predator, continue to offer infra-red sync. The modules are compatible with HyperX's NGenuity software for calibrating effects.
There's also a new gaming headset that goes by the name of Cloud Alpha S, offering 7.1-channel surround sound through a wired control box. Interestingly, the cans feature a bass slider for enhanced oomph. They will cost $129 when launched in September.