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HyperX has announced its Limited-Edition HyperX X Naruto: Shippuden Gaming Collection that incorporates themes and elements from the popular anime franchise with gaming peripheral hardware. The collection includes gaming keyboards, mice and mouse pads, and headsets. Fans can choose to get their gaming peripherals with colors and stylings based on either Naruto (orange) or Itachi (dark red).

“We are thrilled to bring gamers HyperX’s first anime collaboration as a special crossover of gaming and anime with designs inspired by Naruto: Shippuden,” said Jennifer Ishii, category manager-gaming keyboards and mice, HyperX. “With designs featuring Naruto and Itachi, gamers can proudly display their anime fandom.”

The Limited-Edition HyperX X Naruto: Shippuden Gaming Collection will be available for purchase on September 21. Its HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Gaming Keyboards ($199.99) use exposed backlit RGB keys in an aluminum brushed finished body for a touch of style and endurance with Red switches that have an actuation of 45g and travel distance of 1.8mm and are rated for 80 million keystrokes.

The HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset ($109.99) features 50mm drivers with neodymium magnets and the ability to tune bass frequencies separately from others and uses memory foam combined with leatherette material in an aluminum frame for comfort. It has a frequency response 13Hz–27kHz, an impedance of 65 Ω, with a sensitivity of 98dBSPL/mW at 1kHz. The Electret condenser microphone, has a frequency response of 50 Hz-18 kHz with a sensitivity of 43dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz).

The ultralight HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse ($59.99) has a resolution of up to 16000 DPI with 4 presets, and HyperX Pulsefire Mat XL Gaming Mousepad ($39.99) has dimensions of 900 mm x 420 mm x 4 mm and is made from cloth and rubber. Both are designed for comfort and durability.

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HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: The HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard is built with HyperX switches, and features RGB exposed backlit keys for brighter illumination with radiant lighting effects and five adjustable brightness levels to enhance gaming. The keyboard features an aluminum body with an aircraft-grade brushed finish for durability and stability, plus a space-saving layout to maximize desktop real estate and offer ideal mouse movement. Alloy Origins keyboards come with HyperX NGENUITY software with advanced customization features for lighting and macros, including simple customizable per-key lighting effects. The USB Type-C to A keyboard cable is also detachable.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset: The Cloud Alpha offers HyperX Dual Chamber technology for better sound and less distortion. With 50mm drivers, the dual chamber design allows HyperX to tune the bass frequencies separate from the mids and highs, creating a dynamic sound that makes gaming, music, and movies more realistic and immersive. Also, featuring signature HyperX comfort with premium quality memory foam and soft leatherette, the headset offers unmatched fit and comfort for extended gaming sessions.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse: Weighing in at 59 grams with an ultra-lightweight honeycomb hex shell design, the Pulsefire Haste offers quicker movements and increased ventilation. Designed to meet the needs of gamers looking for an ultra-lightweight mouse, Pulsefire Haste delivers ultimate comfort and command. The mouse is built with low-friction, pure virgin-grade PTFE skates for effortless glide and utilizes a HyperFlex USB cable with light and ultra-flexible paracord material to reduce tension and resistance for easier mouse movements.

HyperX Pulsefire Mat XL Gaming Mousepad: The HyperX Pulsefire Mat Gaming Mouse Pad is built for durability and precision tracking with a highly optimized surface and anti-fray stitching. With an anti-slip rubber underside and comfortable padding, the gaming mat is designed to enhance gaming and comfort. The flat surface provides a smooth, consistent mouse glide and it rolls up for easy portability.

Source: HyperX.com

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As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my...

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