When we arrived at the HyperX suite here at CES 2020, we were introduced to a new wireless gaming headset, the Cloud Flight S. While the Cloud Flight S has all of your standard wireless gaming headset features, what really makes it stand out from the crowd are its built-in wireless Qi-charging capabilities. Compatible with the new HyperX Charge Play Base, the Cloud Flight S offers up to 30 hours of battery life. Charging via a Micro USB cable is also offered for those times when you may not have a wireless charger with you. That same USB cable offers wired headset use, while a USB dongle uses 2.4Ghz wireless for movement freedom.
Keeping the Cloud Flight S comfortable for long gaming periods is memory foam in both the earcups and headband. Additionally, the headset’s microphone features an LED to indicate mute and live status, and the microphone itself can be removed from the headset for those times you don’t need it. The 50mm dynamic drivers feature Neodymium magnets, and offer a frequency response range of 10Hz to 22kHz. Virtual 7.1 is also made possible via custom-tuned HyperX design.
We expect to see the HyperX Cloud Flight S available towards the end of January or the beginning of February for $159.99.