On Wednesday, HyperX’s online site began selling a limited run of gaming equipment that drew inspiration from the Naruto Shippden colors of Naruto Uzumaki and Itachi Uchiha. A mechanical keyboard, headset, mouse, and mouse pad in black-orange or black-red patterns are all part of the collection.
Built with HyperX switches, the HyperX Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard ($119.99) has five programmable brightness settings, RGB exposed backlit keys, and HyperX switches. The keyboard has a layout that saves space and an aluminum shell suited for airplanes. Alloy Origins keyboards come with HyperX NGENUITY software, which offers sophisticated customization options for lighting and macros, including easy-to-customize lighting effects for each key. It is also possible to separate the USB Type-C to A keyboard cord.
A dual chamber design, 50mmD rivers, superior memory foam, and plush leatherette are all included in the Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset ($109.99).
Only 59 grams and a honeycomb hex shell design distinguish the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse ($59.99). The mouse is made of pure virgin-grade, low-friction PTFE skates and uses a HyperFlex USB cable made of thin, flexible paracord.
Anti-fray stitching and an anti-slip rubber bottom are features of the HyperX Pulsefire Mat Gaming Mouse Pad ($39.99).
Prices on HyperX’s website are liable to change at any time without prior notice.