HyperX has just launched a wireless version of its well known Cloud II headset. The Cloud II Wireless headset offers the same design, comfort, performance, and durability of its wired counterpart, with the addition of some extra features.
Aimed at delivering the high-quality audio, the Cloud II Wireless features 53 mm drivers and custom-tuned virtual 7.1 surround sound to immerse yourself in. This wireless headset broadcasts at 2.4GHz at up to 20 meters of range. The battery can withstand up to 30 hours of use.
Larry Gonzales, vice president of sales and marketing at HyperX, states that the company’s goal was to “build on the legendary comfort and sound DNA of HyperX Cloud headsets” with the added wireless functionality. Additionally, Larry said that the new Cloud II Wireless was designed to “carry on the legacy of the original Cloud II”, featuring its iconic design, comfort, and sound at a competitive price.
The adjustable headset band is made of aluminium, pliable leatherette, and memory foam to offer HyperX’s unique comfort. The earcups come with volume and microphone controls for increased convenience. There’s also a noise-cancelling detachable microphone included that improves communication by reducing the background noise. The bi-directional microphone is very flexible, allowing the user to adjust it to its liking, and features a LED to indicate if the mic is muted or not.
This headset is compatible with PC, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, and is certified by TeamSpeak and Discord. You can edit the headset and microphone settings through HyperX’s Ngenuity software. Additionally, the headset comes with a foam microphone pop filter to prevent plosive sounds.
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless headset is available now for $149.99.
KitGuru says: Have you ever owned or tried a HyperX headset? Do you consider them a good headset for gaming and entertainment? Would you consider upgrading to the Cloud II Wireless?