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HyperX Launches Cloud III: A Wireless Headphones With Spatial Sound

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image credit - itwire.com HyperX is already well-known for making strong, comfy, and long-lasting headsets. These headsets offer great sound quality for both professional gamers and fans. The new Cloud III wireless gaming headset is ready for games, wireless entertainment, and untethered chat for fun or work. And work is a real use case. The headset is made for games but is made to be comfortable for a long time. This makes it a great headset for both home and office workers. The HyperX Cloud III Wireless has new features and a striking new look, and it gives users an amazing audio experience. The Cloud III Wireless is a step up from the famous Cloud headset, which was known for its comfort, sound quality, and durability.

Specs Of Cloud III

Features Detachable 10mm microphone, angled drivers, and headset controls
Weight 320g with and 308g without the microphone
Connectivity 2.4ghz wireless with USB-C dongle & USB-A adapter, USB-C
Driver Diameter 53mm, Dynamic with Neodymium magnets
Frequency Response 100Hz, 10Khz
Compatibility PC, PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch
Price $169.99

Features Of Cloud III

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Compared to other HyperX products, the Cloud III wireless has been remade in a big way, but it still has the brand's signature look. Instead, they went with a much sleeker design for the headband forks, turning them slightly inwards to make it easier for people to hold onto the earcups. The 53mm drivers and closed-back earcups on the HyperX Cloud III wireless are set at an angle so that the sound goes straight into your ears. HyperX has added more memory foam padding to both the earcups and the headband of the Cloud III, making it a very comfy headset for people with big heads. The controls on the Cloud III are easy. There is a power button, a mute button on the left, and a volume wheel on the right. The USB-C charging port is below the left earcup's removable microphone. Also read - VR Headsets Are Not as Secure as You Think, Study Warns


HyperX says that the Cloud III Wireless can be used for 120 hours at 50% volume. What sets HyperX apart from other companies is the battery life of its wireless speakers. The SteelSeries Nova 4 cordless headset, which has a lot of the same features, can only be used for 36 hours on a single charge.


The Cloud III wireless's 53mm angled drivers are its best feature. They produce one of the best sound levels. Even better, it can play DTS Headphone X Spatial sound. The new thing from HyperX is pretty basic. It doesn't have a Bluetooth chip or a 3.5mm port, which would make it better for Xbox or mobile systems.


With the Cloud III Wireless, HyperX hit it out of the park with the sound quality. This is mostly because the curved drivers send sound straight into your ear canal. The Cloud III Wireless's 10mm microphone isn't as good as it could be. It picked up a lot of background noise and is just not as good as the speakers from SteelSeries. "We're excited to release the Cloud III wireless gaming headset. It combines the comfort, sound, and durability that HyperX is known for," the company said. "HyperX is still committed to improving the gaming experience so gamers can get lost in virtual worlds and play for longer periods."

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