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The HyperX Cloud Mix Functions Use Bluetooth Standard

 - Oct 10, 2018
References: theverge & engadget
Bundled as a two-in-one headset, the HyperX Cloud Mix is aiming to be your wireless headphones and gaming-focused headset. Unlike traditional wireless gaming headsets, the HyperX Cloud Mix doesn't use a USB dongle and instead takes advantage of a universal Bluetooth standard. This allows the headset/headphones to easily connect to a smartphone as well as any Bluetooth-capable PC. An integrated internal microphone works with a detachable mic arm to give the Cloud Mix a distinctly non-gamer-inspired look.

The HyperX Cloud Mix is currently rated for 20 hours of playback, which is fairly standard for a pair of wireless headphones. Charging is handled through a Micro USB, while backup analog audio is provided through a 3.5mm port. The headset also features built-in controls to change audio and mic levels while in Bluetooth mode.

Image Credit: HyperX