(PR) HyperX Reveals Cloud MIX Buds True Wireless In-ear Gaming Headset with 2.4GHz and Bluetooth Connectivity

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HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced the release of HyperX Cloud MIX Buds, designed for multiplatform gaming and digital lifestyle. This is HyperX’s first True Wireless (TWS) gaming headset that includes dual-mode wireless connectivity, with low-latency 2.4 GHz wireless for gaming and Bluetooth 5.2 for listening where-ever you go. Cloud MIX Buds offer fast gaming-grade wireless connections with multi-platform compatibility utilizing a 2.4 GHz USB Type-C wireless adapter or Bluetooth wireless for media devices or phones. The included USB-C to USB-C desktop adapter improves accessibility and enables the dongle to serve as a remote control to switch between 2.4HGz and Bluetooth connectivity.

The MIX Buds utilizes large 12 mm dynamic drivers and DTS Headphone:X for an immersive in-game audio experience. The Buds offers 7.1 surround sound with precise spatialization and localization for more accurate in-game sound location. Users can use HyperX NGENUITY software to personalize their preferred sound profile including EQs and assign and re-assign touch controls.


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