Kingston is a company that many of you guys are familiar with when you’re shopping about for RAM for your computer, however it seems that apart from providing memory to computer builders, it seems that Kingston has also dabbled in other computer peripherals, such as the HyperX Cloud II headset which the company has recently announced would start shipping.
For those who are hearing about this headset for the first time, it is basically the successor to the Kingston HyperX Cloud headset. It will feature 7.1 surround sound so if you’re after that surround sound effect but don’t want to spend money on actual speakers, these headsets should be able to replicate that effect for you.
It will also come with a microphone attached to it, as you can see in the image above, and according to the company, it has been digitally enhanced with noise cancellation so that you will be able to chat and have your voice come through cleanly and clearly, or at least that’s what we’re hoping for.
The headset even features a USB sound card audio control box which is where the noise cancellation and echo cancellation features are located. The headset is available on websites such as Amazon where it is priced at $100, although it seems that its normal price will be set at $150, so you’ll want to get in quick on this offer before it expires.