Today, HyperX is not just announcing but releasing a new set of headphones designed for the Nintendo Switch and mobile gaming — the HyperX Cloud Earbuds. At $49.99, they're an affordable and suitable choice to both use at home and bring along on your travels.
These headphones were created keeping in mind that many of today's top video games feature multiplayer modes which utilize and benefit from team chat, including the current craze Fortnite. As such, they have an integrated in-line microphone and remote which allow you to talk to teammates and other players, take calls, control your music, and more. The internal 14mm drivers offer Hi-Fi support for crystal clear audio while the enhanced bass helps to offer an additional sound boost.
HyperX's Cloud Earbuds also feature a 90-degree angled plug which is tangle-free so the cord is easier to keep out of the way while you're playing. A carrying case is included with them as well so you can bring them along safely wherever you plan on gaming next. Various sizes of ear tips are included which allow you to find the best fit possible. Furthermore, the product is backed by HyperX's two-year warranty.
Whether you're planning on exploring The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the hundredth time or coordinating your team's moves on Splatoon 2, these earbuds could definitely come in handy. Beginning today, you'll be able to find them in-store or online at Target, or via Amazon for $49.99, with additional retailers slated to receive stock later this year.
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