By Bayle Emlein
Kingston first released high performance HyperX memory modules in 2002. One thing leads to another, especially in gaming. HyperX was so successful in improving gaming performance that, after a decade, Kingston split off HyperX into its own, focused division.
In addition to blazing fast Fury DDR4 memory, the current HyperX line includes the Cloud Stinger gaming headset, the Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse, and HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical gaming keyboard with backlit keys and color- and texture-coded gaming keys to make the most of the gaming experience.
If you take gaming seriously, you’ll want the spatial accuracy of a gaming headset, a mouse and keyboard that respond instantly to your every gesture with no miscues. Because gaming isn’t just a game.