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Mar 26, 2019
HyperX becomes official sponsors of esports team Entity Gaming in IndiaHyperX will be exclusively sponsoring esports team Entity Gaming’s CS:GO team.
Nov 20, 2018
HyperX launches its Alloy FPS RGB mechanical gaming keyboard in India for Rs 12,900The Alloy FPS RGB keyboard features Kailh Silver speed switches that offer shorter key travel time.
Jun 29, 2018
Kingston HyperX Cloud Alpha gaming headset review: Calling all gamersKingston has a history of building great peripherals and the HyperX Cloud Alpha doesn't disappoint.
Dec 16, 2017
Kingston HyperX Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse review: For the plug-n-play gamerI enjoyed my time with the Pulsefire, but at an asking price of Rs 3,999, I’m not sure if I can wholeheartedly recommend it to a gamer.
Nov 11, 2017
Kingston HyperX Alloy Elite mechanical gaming keyboard review: Almost perfectI’ll say it upfront, the Kingston HyperX Alloy Elite keyboard is among the very best gaming keyboard in its price bracket, and I don’t say that lightly.
Oct 06, 2017
HyperX launches its Alloy Elite and Alloy FPS Pro Mechanical Keyboards for a price of Rs 11,000 and Rs 7,499 respectivelyHyperX Alloy Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard packs Cherry MX Mechanical switches along with custom lighting, steel frame and dedicated media buttons.
Oct 04, 2017
Kingston HyperX launches its RED DOT award winning Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse in India at Rs 3,999HyperX has also added Omron switches to the mouse for fast response time with about 20 million ‘click reliability per switch’.
Jul 24, 2007
Kingston Introduces Fastest DDR3 RAM ModuleKingston has introduced a pair of DDR3 ram modules that runs at CL5 and achieves a speed of 1375 MHz.
Mar 08, 2007
Kingston Releases Low-Latency HyperXKingston today announced its 800MHz DDR2 low-latency HyperX memory, available in 4GB capacity kits and 2GB modules.
Jan 09, 2007
CES: Nvidia Certifies Kingston's SLI Ready MemoryKingston announced that its SLI-Ready 1066 MHz low-latency HyperX memory modules have been certified by Nvidia.