HyperX today has unveiled new console gaming accessories as well as a brand-new 60% mechanical gaming keyboard during CES 2021.
Among the console gaming accessories that HyperX revealed today, is a charging station for controllers for the Xbox Series X. That however is the only truly new accessory outside of the 60% gaming keyboard. As all the others were already available in the US.
Today's announcement isn't about those accessories being new so much as it is about HyperX releasing those accessories globally. HyperX is among a number of other gaming companies announcing new products for gamers at CES 2021 this year. Acer for example announced three new gaming monitors last week.
New HyperX console gaming accessories includes an Xbox Series X controller charging station
One of the new accessories that was announced today was the ChargePlay Duo Controller Charging Station for Xbox.
Designed with the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S in mind, HyperX says it will also work with the Xbox One controllers. So even if you have the current-gen Xbox console you can still use this to charge your wireless controllers up.
It uses a quick docking charge base so you can easily slot your controller into the charging station and juice it up. There are also LED indicators on the front of the charging station so you know how long it'll be before the controllers are done charging.
It'll be available in the US starting in February of this year, and will retail for $39.99. So it's mostly on par with the charging station you can pick up for the PS5 DualSense controller.
An ultra compact keyboard perfect for gamers with limited space
The other new product announced today is the Alloy Origins 60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. This is a 60% gaming keyboard so it won't take up a whole lot of space on your desk. In fact its minimalist design will give you a lot more room while still giving you all the necessary keys.
It's an ultra compact keyboard that lets you maximize your space for mouse movement. And is especially useful for any gamer that has a smaller desk and limited space.
It comes with HyperX red linear mechanical switches, PBT double shot keycaps, and exposed LED designs on each key for the RGB backlighting. You can also personalize the lighting and macro settings to make the keyboard as efficient as possible no matter what you're using it for.
HyperX will launch the keyboard on February 22 and it retails for $99.
In addition to these two new accessories, HyperX also now globally sells the Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse for $49.99, the Cloud II Wireless Gaming Headset for $149.99, and the Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset + 7.1 for $149.99.