The 4 Best HyperX Headsets of 2023: Reviews
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- Best Upper Mid-Range
- Best Mid-Range
- Best Budget
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Updated May 24, 2023 at 02:03 pm
By Vanessa McCuaig
We’ve tested 14 pairs of HyperX headphones. They make mostly mid-range gaming headsets with a couple of higher-end models. They’re known for their great microphones and good overall audio reproduction, but they’re generally somewhat lacking in active features and customization options.
HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 reviewed
HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless reviewed
HyperX Cloud Revolver + 7. 1 reviewed
HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless reviewed
HyperX Cloud Stinger S reviewed
Best HyperX Headphones
Best HyperX Headset
HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless
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The best HyperX headset we’ve tested is the ΗyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless. These sturdy headphones are the wireless version of the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II, which you’ll also find on our list. Although you can’t use them wired, they have over 30 hours of continuous playtime, and their wireless dongle ensures a low-latency gaming experience. If you like to game with others, the boom mic does a great job of capturing your voice so that you sound clear and understandable. It can also separate speech from background sound decently well, which is handy if you game in a noisy environment.
They have a very comfortable fit with thick padding to keep fatigue at bay during long dungeon crawls. Their bass-heavy sound also ensures sound effects like footsteps pop into gameplay without drowning out dialogue and instruments. Unfortunately, the headphones are prone to inconsistencies in audio delivery, especially if you wear glasses or have thick hair, so it’s important to take the time to ensure a good fit each time you use them. Even though they have companion software, it lacks an EQ. You can access the 7.1 surround feature, which can help make your audio sound more immersive.
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Best Upper Mid-Range HyperX Headset
HyperX Cloud Alpha S
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The HyperX Cloud Alpha S is the best HyperX headset with a wired connection we’ve tested. You might prefer a wired headset if you don’t want to worry about battery life or latency. Unlike the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless, these comfortable and sturdy headphones have bass sliders on either ear cup so that you can adjust the amount of bass in each ear cup separately. With the sliders turned all the way up, they have a warm, boomy sound profile that can help emphasize sound effects like footsteps and explosions in games. They also come with leather or cloth ear cup padding, so you can choose which is more comfortable.
The boom mic has a good performance, so you’ll sound natural and easy to understand when gaming with friends, and moderate background noise won’t drown out your voice. They’re fully compatible with most consoles via analog connection but also come with a USB dongle that provides a low latency connection with PCs and PlayStation consoles. The dongle has physical buttons for volume control, channel mixing, mic mute, and surround sound, so you have some controls within easy reach when gaming. The headphones are compatible with HyperX NGENUITY software, which offers surround sound and microphone level controls but is otherwise simple in design.
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Best Mid-Range HyperX Headset
HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II
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Check out the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II if you want something more affordable. These wired headphones were released in 2015 and are still among the brand’s better-known offerings. They’re just as comfortable and well-built as the HyperX Cloud Alpha S and offer a better microphone performance. Their boom mic makes your voice sound clear and natural and has better noise handling than our previous pick, so your voice won’t be drowned out by moderate noise like people talking in the same room or traffic outside your window.
Their sound profile adds boom to your audio, which can help make action-packed games feel more immersive. Instruments and voices are present in the mix but lack some detail. Unlike the pricier headsets listed here, they don’t come with sound customization features like an EQ or onboard sliders and don’t have app support. However, the included USΒ dongle provides a low latency connection with PCs and PlayStation consoles. It includes controls for adjusting chat and game audio levels and activating a 7.1 virtual surround sound feature. These headphones are also compatible with most consoles via an analog connection.
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Best Budget HyperX Headset
HyperX Cloud Stinger
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The HyperX Cloud Stinger are the best HyperX headphones in the budget category we’ve tested. These cheaper headphones aren’t as well-built or comfortable as the previous picks but offer a solid overall performance for gaming. Their boom mic makes your voice a little less bright and open than the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II’s mic but performs similarly overall, so they’re a good choice if you play many online games. The ear cup padding doesn’t feel as plush as some other headsets, but they still have a comfortable fit suitable for long gaming sessions. Their wired design makes them compatible with PCs and PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Their bass-heavy sound profile lends extra rumble, punch, and boom to your audio. They may sound a little muddy, but elements like voices are still clear and present. Like most ΗyperX headsets we’ve tested, their sound is dependent on the headphones’ fit and positioning on your head, so you need to adjust them to get the same sound every time you wear them. They don’t work with an app or have sound customization features, so you can’t tweak their sound to your preferences. If you’re looking for headphones that provide a more customizable listening experience, the HyperX Cloud Stinger S are slightly more expensive and support virtual surround sound. However, their mic has more trouble separating your voice from ambient sound.
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Compared to other brands
Durable build quality.
HyperX makes sturdy headphones durable enough to withstand constant and repeated use. Even their lower-end models feel like they’ll survive getting dropped a couple of times.
Versatile gaming designs.
HyperX headsets are good not only for gaming but most also have a detachable microphone for more casual use with your mobile devices on the go. None of the models we’ve tested have an in-line mic for taking calls on your phone, but some have a detachable cable, so any in-line remote will do.
Great microphone quality.
The microphone quality of most of the HyperX headphones we’ve tested is excellent. They reproduce your voice accurately and separate noise from speech well enough to use at competitions and in louder environments.
Lack active features.
Although HyperX has some wireless headsets and a couple of models that support extra features like surround sound or wireless charging, they don’t have headphones that do it all like some competing brands offer.
Few customization options.
Unfortunately, these headphones don’t have many customization options, especially compared to gaming headsets from other brands like SteelSeries, Razer, or Logitech.
HyperX vs Logitech
Logitech and HyperX make similarly priced gaming headsets, although HyperX generally produces better-built products. Some are even Xbox compatible, and their mics have better recording quality too. However, thanks to their companion software support, Logitech’s headsets are much more customizable. Some also support Bluetooth, which is uncommon in HyperX headsets, so it’s worth considering Logitech’s best headsets.
HyperX vs Razer
Razer offers a more diverse lineup of headphones than HyperX, and some of their products are even designed for hybrid casual and gaming use. Some of Razer’s best headsets also have features like noise cancelling, haptic bass, or customizable RGB lighting. You can generally expect robust sound customization features too. Conversely, HyperX may be more barebones regarding extra features, but they produce strictly gaming headphones that are more comfortable and have a better build quality.
HyperX vs Corsair
Corsair and HyperX make many similarly performing headsets at different price points. HyperX headsets tend to be more comfortable, and some of their headphones even come with a second pair of ear cup padding. In comparison, many Corsair headsets have companion app support, which makes them more customizable. A couple of models also support Bluetooth, which is good if you want to stay connected to your console and smartphone simultaneously.
Overall, HyperX makes durable and sturdy gaming headsets at an affordable price with excellent noise-filtering microphones. Most of their headsets are wired, which is great if you prefer to plug and play without worrying about latency. They lack features compared to popular headsets like the Astro A50 Gen 4 Wireless 2019, the SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless, or the Logitech G933 Wireless Gaming Headset. Their lineup is worth looking at if you prefer simpler yet well-rounded designs.
HyperX offers a few different lineups at different price points and with wired and wireless designs. It can be confusing to sort through all of their products, as they all start with ‘Cloud’, and many look nearly identical. There’s also a distinct ‘Cloud’ lineup:
- Cloud = A lineup of well-known gaming headsets at different price points. They have an aluminum hinge design and flexible boom mic. Some also come with a USB card.
- Stinger = Mid to budget-range headsets.
- Flight = Wireless upper mid-range headsets.
- Alpha = High-end headsets.
May 24, 2023:
We’ve replaced the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless with the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless as the Alpha Wireless have higher latency. Several users have also experienced issues using the companion app.
Feb 17, 2023:
We’ve added more information regarding HyperX’s lineup and brands that they’re often compared to.
Nov 21, 2022:
Reorganized article to help you find the product you’re looking for. Added the Cloud II as the ‘Best Mid-Range’ headset.
Jun 09, 2022:
Replaced the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Wireless with the ΗyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless as the ‘Best HyperX Headphones’.
Mar 10, 2022:
Checked our picks for accuracy and product availability. There hasn’t been a change in our recommendations.
HyperX makes mostly wired gaming headsets with excellent microphones and sturdy build quality. They’re affordable, tend to sound moderately well-balanced, and their wired models offer a great low-latency gaming experience. Not everyone finds a wired design as convenient, though. Their headsets also lack customization options compared to other brands.
HyperX Cloud Alpha gaming headset review
If you’re in the world of PC gaming, there’s a relatively high chance you’ve seen people talking about the HyperX Cloud Alpha on forums or other sites. That’s for good reason: it’s a rockstar of a headset under $100 USD (often closer to $69 USD). But how good is it?
Editor’s note: this HyperX Cloud Alpha review was updated on October 31, 2022, to include formatting updates and update the alternatives section.
Gamers have long enjoyed the HyperX gaming headsets because they offer relatively high quality for a low price. Additionally, the no-frills experience keeps unwanted complications out of gaming sessions. Remote workers will also appreciate having a headset with a decent mic and comfortable padding to facilitate conference calls.
What is the HyperX Cloud Alpha like to use?
A super-thick band padding helps distribute the weight of the HyperX Cloud Alpha quite well.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha is designed from the very beginning with durability and comfort in mind. The band and forks are solid metal, and each movable part of the headset is protected by robust joints, or thick padding. The ear cups themselves are made of a thick plastic encircling a metal backing, and they use a super thick ear pad to seal to your head.
From the moment you take it out of the box, to the moment you hurl it across the room after your squadmates screw up for the thousandth time, the HyperX Cloud Alpha is probably one of the most durable headsets on the market. If you somehow damage the cables or microphone, you can remove both from the headset and replace them for a pittance instead of having to replace the whole unit. While I sound like a broken record saying it, being able to fix your headset is the most important durability feature to have.
Super deep leatherette ear pads allow for extreme comfort, great isolation.
When you start using the HyperX Cloud Alpha, you’ll notice that it creates a very good seal against your head after adjusting the band, which is important for two reasons. First, a good seal means your headset won’t jostle around if you move, or slide down your head as the sweat builds. Second, if you want to block out noise from around you, it’s imperative for isolation.
You should want solid isolation if you’re a gamer or work at home in a loud environment, but ear pads this deep and soft are an unfortunate rarity. I wish more headphones followed this example, because it would do wonders for ears of all sizes.
About one third of the way down the included cable is a remote that houses a microphone mute switch, and a volume wheel. It’s definitely convenient to be able to adjust your master volume without changing your computer’s settings when you move back and forth between programs. If you’re a parent or teen, being able to mute the mic when your family members walk in the room is also a good way to avoid the embarrassment of your Discord server hearing your home life.
How do you connect the HyperX Cloud Alpha?
Two 3.5mm kacs allow for cable, microphone replacement.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha can connect to just about anything with a 3.5mm headphone jack. There are no fancy software bells and whistles necessary, this is just another plug-n-play headset without any complications. It doesn’t have any special features like surround sound support but most modern consoles like the Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 have integrated 3D audio that works with wired headsets.
Does the HyperX Cloud Alpha block out noise?
Even though it’s not a lot, the HyperX Cloud Alpha’s isolation between 200 and 1000Hz is uncommonly good for a gaming headset.
First things first, this gaming headset is incredible for blocking outside sound. That’s an enormous advantage not only because it means common household noise won’t make its way into your game (and therefore adversely affecting sound quality), but also because it means you won’t have to worry about cooking your ears prematurely. The cherry on top of a headset that isolates well is that you won’t wake anyone else up with noise leaking out of the ear cups. On more than one occasion, I used the Cloud Alpha sans microphone with my Switch with my wife sleeping soundly next to me.
It won’t mute a train going by, but this is one of the best-isolating headsets we’ve tested by a country mile. To do better, you’d need active noise cancellation but that will cost you.
This article’s frequency response and isolation charts were measured with our old testing system. We have since purchased a Bruel & Kjaer 5128 test fixture (and the appropriate support equipment) to update our testing and data collection. It will take a while to update our backlog of old test results, but we will update this review (and many others!) once we’re able with improved sound quality measurements, isolation performance plots, and standardized microphone demos. These will be made obvious with our new chart aesthetic (black background instead of white). Each new mic sample begins with the phrase, “This is a SoundGuys standardized microphone demonstration …”
Thank you for bearing with us, and we hope to see you again once we’ve sorted everything out.
How does the HyperX Cloud Alpha sound?
A frequency response this close to 0dB deviation is highly prized in the mixing and audiophile worlds—for good reason.
Now that we’ve established that you’re not likely to have outside interference in your tunes, let’s talk about sound quality. Because the isolation is so good, you won’t have to worry about destructive interference or auditory masking preventing you from hearing small details in music. However, the actual performance of the speaker elements in the HyperX Cloud Alpha also allow your music and games to really shine.
With the exception of a dip at 4kHz, the frequency response of the product doesn’t alter the signal sent by your console or computer that much, meaning the sound will be very similar to how it was originally mixed. The advantage of this kind of response is that little details won’t get lost as often, and music will sound much “clearer” than you might be used to. It’s why studio headphones will typically aim for this type of sound.
The in-line remote allows you to adjust volume on the fly, mute your microphone.
Low notes aren’t going to rattle your skull, and there won’t be a lot of boomy echoes to deal with. That may not be what you’re looking for, but this type of sound means you won’t lose quiet sounds in the low end, like heavy footsteps behind you. When you switch to music, you’ll be able to hear vocals and synths in a good balance of loudness, and you’ll be able to hear the qualities inherent to the instruments, like the distortion added to the low synth in Childish Gambino’s Sober.
The most interesting feature of the chart above is that dip at 4kHz. While it may seem out of place, it’s not an uncommon way to sidestep some issues that many consumers have with headphones. Namely, it takes the edge off of loud sibilant sounds like f, s, sh sounds, cymbals, and ringing. Additionally, some listeners experience some resonances and echoes in this range depending on their ear canals, so some manufacturers will also downplay this narrow band to avoid it.
While this is a smart way to go, you may notice some atmosphere effects in your games to sound a little off, but it’s really such a minor thing that you won’t notice it until someone points it out. You might notice it in a track like Pink Floyd’s Us and Them when the echoes of the guitar don’t last as long as they might otherwise. Like I said, super minor detail.
Is the microphone good for gaming?
The microphone is a little wonky, but otherwise it’s intelligently tailored to the demands of voice chat. If you have a very deep voice, you may find that it makes you sound a bit different over voice clients like Discord. However, the vast majority of people won’t have the same problems that I had with it. You’ll notice that it slightly emphasizes notes that help people understand what you’re saying, but slightly under-emphasizes the range of fundamental notes. That’s to combat that overly-boomy sound that microphones can sometimes have when you get too close to them.
HyperX Cloud Alpha microphone demo (Non-standardized):
How does the microphone sound to you?
You can listen to the sample above to see what it’s like in the real world, but you’ll immediately notice it’s not quite the HyperX Quadcast or anything. If vocals are extremely important to you, I suggest using a USB mic or gaming mic in tandem with your headset instead of just this one. If you’re only using Discord: this is more than good enough.
Should you buy the HyperX Cloud Alpha?
Pictured: an incredible gaming headset.
Yes, the HyperX Cloud Alpha is certainly worth your cash, even today. I’ve enjoyed my time with the HyperX Cloud Alpha, and I can understand why this headset is so beloved by the online community. It sounds great and provides really good isolation from the world around you. Sure, it’s not the highest of the high-end gaming headsets, but it offers a known quantity and it’s pretty good.
Even if I were to offer alternatives, there’s a good reason that this is a headset that’s gotten so much attention and use from the gaming community, and that reason is quality. This is the headset you get when you’ve outgrown the best Razer options and need something built for the long haul. It doesn’t surprise us that this headset made it onto our best PC gaming headsets list with ease. Though, if you need a better mic, you want to look elsewhere.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha is probably one of the most platonically ideal gaming headsets of late, as it offers a good mix of high durability, good sound quality, and extreme value. It might sound strange to you that I’m calling a $100 USD gaming headset an extreme value, but look at it this way: if you’re up all night raiding, if you spend a lot of time with headphones on your skull—you can spend hundreds or thousands of dollars chasing quality. The HyperX Cloud Alpha offers exactly that, far above its price point, so it’ll be a trusty companion for a long time. Given that pretty much every gaming platform now includes its own audio features like virtual surround sound, the Cloud Alpha arguably competes with higher-end headsets even more favorably today than when it first came out.
Additionally, gaming headsets in the sub-$100 range are typically made of materials that are either easily broken or will decay quickly with heavy use. You can easily spend over $500 USD in just a few years if your headsets keep breaking or getting worn down. The HyperX Cloud Alpha can be maintained with replacement parts, and is built like a tank to boot. That $100 USD may seem expensive up front, but it’ll probably be the smarter investment in the long run.
HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset
HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset
Excellent sound quality • Superb isolation • High durability
A budget headset with premium build, performance that holds up years later.
If you’re looking for a gaming headset, the HyperX Cloud Alpha is a community favorite—for good reason. The combination of great sound and excellent durability make for a killer combination.
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What’s the difference between the HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless and Cloud Alpha?
The ring around the base of the microphone on the Cloud Alpha Wireless lights up red when it’s muted.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless looks nearly identical to the HyperX Cloud Alpha, except the former lacks a 3.5mm input so you can’t use a wired connection to operate it. With the Cloud Alpha Wireless, you need to use the included USB-A wireless RF dongle with your PC or PlayStation console. The USB-A connector limits its functionality so you can’t use it with a Nintendo Switch or Xbox. Multi-platform gamers may find the wired HyperX Cloud Alpha more appealing for its greater versatility.
If, however, you own a PC or PlayStation for gaming, you’ll love all that the Cloud Alpha Wireless has to offer, including its incredible battery life. HyperX claims the Cloud Alpha Wireless lasts 300 hours on a single charge, and our battery test is still going. After five days of regular use with the headset, the HyperX NGenuity battery meter reads 88%, translating to 264 hours of battery life remaining. The NGenuity software is good for more than just battery readouts, you can also use it to enable Windows DTS:X spatial sound, select from EQ presets, create a custom EQ, and adjust the microphone volume.
Ultimately, gamers who want a wireless option with the best battery life around should go for the Cloud Alpha Wireless. It the same build as the beloved HyperX Cloud Alpha but trades the wired connection of old for a wireless one. Just bear in mind the $199 USD sticker price of the Cloud Alpha Wireless.
What should you get instead of the HyperX Cloud Alpha?
The Razer Barracuda X (2022) is great if you play games on multiple consoles.
Even years after its release, the HyperX Cloud Alpha is a great $99 USD gaming headset, but the field has definitely grown more crowded. Wireless options like Razer Barracuda X or the SteelSeries Arctis 1 Wireless bring comparable audio and microphone quality for the same price, plus they’re wireless with USB-C dongles.
Then there are alternative wired options to think about. The Razer BlackShark V2 is a perennial mainstay, with great isolation, good sound quality, and access to THX Spatial Audio on PC through the Razer Synapse software, all for under $100 USD. There’s also simpler options like the Beyerdynamic MMX100 or the SteelSeries Arctis Nova 1, which don’t have fancy software or extra gimmicks—they’re just straightforwardly good pairs of headphones with microphones attached.
The HyperX Cloud II is another affordable headset from HyperX, and it has great features like in-line controls, 7.1 surround sound, and a detachable microphone. It’s similar to the Cloud Alpha with its 3.5mm jack connectivity, and durable build. It’s a great option to consider if you like the low cost of the Cloud Alpha but want a little extra with that surround sound.
Frequently asked questions about the HyperX Cloud Alpha
It’s unlikely. While most detachable gaming headset microphones connect to their corresponding headset via 3.5mm, they often have molded plastic surrounding them, ensuring that only ones designed for a specific headset will fit.
Yes, any headset that plugs into the 3.5mm jack of the PlayStation DualSense controller will be able to take advantage of the console’s Tempest 3D audio features.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha might sound a little better with something like HyperX’s USB sound card, but that really depends on the device you use it with. Likely you won’t see much difference on PC, unless your 3.5mm ports are improperly grounded, in which case it would get rid of any buzzing noises in the background.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha will do in a pinch, but it doesn’t have a very accurate or loud microphone. However, there are plenty of gaming headsets with good microphones you might like instead.
Our microphone samples are as close to raw as we can get it—what you hear is what it sounds like. In the case of the HyperX Cloud Alpha, HyperX claims the mic does some noise cancellation on the hardware side, which can have an impact.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha does not support virtual surround sound. If that’s a must-have feature for you, the HyperX Cloud Alpha S is basically the same headset with a handful of additional features, including 7.1 virtual surround sound.
The HyperX Cloud Alpha S is similarly built to other Cloud Alpha headsets, making it really durable and comfortable. It features an audio control unit with its USB adapter, making it really easy to toggle 7.1 virtual surround sound. It is a little more expensive than the Cloud Alpha, and it doesn’t quite sound as good, but if you really like surround sound, it might be a good option to consider.
HP launches Probook 440 G9 laptop in Brazil and other news
- Expectations for 2023
- LaserJet 700 Series and Green Practices
- HP Product Range
- Business Notebooks
- HP Probook 440 G9
- Business Notebooks Desktops
- HP Smart Tank 581 Printer
e brand event after the pandemic period. The event brought a number of news about technology devices, such as the new HP Probook 440 G9 laptop, the new HP Smart Tank 581 printer – both released at the event itself – and many others. In addition, we also see news from HP-subsidized brands such as Poly , peripherals and HyperX , from the gaming market. Check!
Expectations for 2023
In the market for decades, HP arrived this year with its first face-to-face event since the pandemic, HP Summit Brazil 2023 . In it, the brand strengthened its commitment to delivering technology, sustainability and responsibility to its public. Among various new products, HP promises to launch computers, laptops, printers, screens and various accessories.
With a focus on sales and consumer demand, the company is investing in
solutions to deliver a complete experience with these new devices. The equipment is designed to meet the basic needs of home users, small businesses and anyone who needs smarter, more reliable and connected equipment at an affordable price.
Hybrid operation is here to stay and places new demands on hardware that allows you to easily and securely connect and work from anywhere. SMEs, on the other hand, are the engine of economic growth in Latin America and are looking for smart technology solutions that give them a competitive edge. HP has invested in research and development to offer products that meet these new realities.
Ricardo Kamel, Managing Director of HP do Brasil, goes into a bit more detail about these predictions.
LaserJet 700 ep series
HP has a long history of developing sustainable products such as the HP series. HP Smart Tank 700 printer, which is made from more than 25% recycled plastics, and compatible ink tanks with this printer, which can be recycled through the company’s own program, HP Planetary Partners .
Product highlights include easy task management on a magical touchpad, self-healing dual-band Wi-Fi, HP Wolf essential security features, time and paper savings with automatic two-sided printing, quick and easy setup via HP App Smart , advanced scanning, free productivity tools for up to one year, built-in display, tank indicators to check ink levels, no-spill refill system, and ink for printing up to 128 black or 8 color pages included.
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It is worth remembering that some equipment has up to 45% post-consumer recycled material , Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Instrument certification ( EPEAT ) and Energy Star sealing, which ensures low energy consumption of products, which contributes to cost savings and reduce environmental impact.
HP Product Range
HP has a range of products divided into categories. Understand each of them better.
As the name suggests, Business Notebooks are designed to empower you in the new world of hybrid work. HP offers a portfolio of Business Notebooks that deliver enterprise-grade security, superior design, and collaboration features to keep your hybrid workforce as productive, connected, and secure as when everyone worked in person.
Check out the business notebook models available on the Brazilian HP website:
- HP Elite , Intel or AMD processor, 13. 3″ to 16″ screens;
- HP Dragonfly , with Intel processor and 13.5-inch screen;
- Z from HP , with Intel processor and screens from 14 to 16 inches;
- hp pro , with Intel or AMD processor and screens from 11 to 15.6 inches.
Still mentions other business notebooks such as HP Chrome Enterprise, HP 9 Thin Clients0044 about Essentials , but no redirect links to find out and/or buy them. And, of course, today’s presentation of the HP Probook 440 G9 laptop. Meet!
HP Probook 440 G9
Introduced at today’s event, the HP Probook 440 G9 promises to be a device with an improved user interface, smart features, better connectivity and greater mobility. The compact notebook is equipped with HP Wolf Security for Business, designed to enhance the security and performance of a notebook at an enterprise level.
HP highlighted a number of benefits that the HP Probook 440 G9 brings with it:
- Compact and smart design for easy portability;
- Collaboration tools to improve team productivity;
- HP Wolf Security for Business, providing fault-tolerant hardware protection that is always on and ready to go;
- Equipped with the latest Intel 6 processor, powerful 7 graphics card, long battery life and SSD storage;
- Windows 10 Professional;
- Wi-Fi 6 capable of supporting gigabit speeds;
- HP Embedded Privacy with physical shutter to protect the camera;
- HP Sure Sense, which uses deep learning artificial intelligence to provide exceptional protection against malware.
Nobody meets the needs of small businesses the way HP does. The company’s solutions are designed so that entrepreneurs can devote their time and energy to growing their business without worrying about equipment management or safety.
Ricardo Kamel, managing director of HP do Brasil, spoke about the solutions of this new device.
The event also featured other desktops or desktops also offered at the corporate level. Perhaps the models will be available in official website of HP Coming soon. They have been categorized as follows:
- Entry level : 280 HP G5 SFF;
- regular : HP Pro Mini 400 G9 and HP Pro SFF 400 G9;
- Premium : HP Elite Mini 600G9, HP Elite SFF 600 G9, HP Elite Mini 800 G9, and HP Elite SFF 800 G9.
HP still has HP’s Z Series of Workstations that deliver high performance for the most demanding professional workflows. But Vision Z isn’t just about powerful processing and graphics, advanced thermals, and uncompromising reliability. These devices still have a refined and elegant design. About The HP website offers more information about the Z by HP series and its workstation capabilities. Check out the models featured at the event:
- Z2 G9 Mini and Small Form Factor – Ideal for design and 3D work;
- Z6 and Z8 G4 – Ideal for data science and advanced visualization;
- Z2 G9 Tower – Ideal for design and VR work;
- ZCentral 4R – Solution for intensive workloads;
- Z4 G4 – Default template for 3D rendering and design work.
Another area HP is active in is printers, offering a diverse list of solutions. The company categorizes its printers as follows: Ink Advantage, Smart Tank, Smart Tank Duplex, Officejet Pro, Laser e Laser Tanks . Each of these categories offers a different and special way to work with prints, something like a printer for day-to-day, home office, small business, business and many more. Spotlight Model HP Smart Tank 581 Wireless launched today. Let’s get to know him better.
HP Smart Tank 581 Printer
Another novelty presented at the event was a wireless printer. HP Smart Tank 581 , aimed at providing a solution for small businesses that face economic challenges on a daily basis. According to a survey conducted by the organization Morning Consult Over 80% of SMBs rely on print to run their business, with 55% of those surveyed saying they don’t have time to manage the technology.
The company also listed some of the printer’s key features. HP Smart Tank 581 , Take a look:
- Print, scan and share with the HP Smart app;
- Easy setup that can be done from a mobile device;
- Support, manage, and purchase supplies with your HP account directly from the app;
- High-quality scans by the camera of your mobile device or import of existing files;
- HP Smart Advance, which empowers you with additional features and tools;
- Self-configured Wi-Fi® and improved mobility with a more reliable and faster connection;
- HP Wolf Essential Security to protect sensitive information in an era when families continue to work and study from home.
Businesspeople want seamless printing—from the setup process to ordering supplies and monitoring security. HP Smart Tank Printers are designed for high performance printing with smart connected tools at an affordable price.
Nara Marquez, Head of Marketing and Printing, HP Latin America, comments on the new
Displays HP also offers an indispensable companion to your computer: monitor . Most HP 18″ to 27″ panels feature LED-backlit IPS and HD or Full HD resolution for a high-quality viewing experience. Plus, they have 178-degree viewing angles so you can sit comfortably while having fun or working productively.
The official website of HP offers 9 models of monitors, most of them are designed for work. About HP V19b 18.5-inch Monitor is the cheapest, costs less than R$600 and model HP Z32 31.5 inches goes for 9.337 reais. You can still find a few other mid-range models, such as the HP E27 G4 27 inch at BRL 2. 108. Many of them even have a cash discount!
HP still works with other subsidized brands such as Poly which offers peripherals. The rise of hybrid and remote work has created a strong demand for solutions that enable new forms of collaboration and co-creation. The combination of Poly and HP paves the way for an even bigger hybrid workflow of the future. Poly and HP, now as one company, promise innovation to their customers and partners to support them in their mission to redefine the way work is done – no matter where it is.
The Poly portfolio offers solutions for headsets, conference phones, office phones, video conferencing and more. Some of the headsets offered by the brand, for example, include devices with Bluetooth technology, wireless devices with DECT – three models with a device mounting base – and others that connect via USB. Most of them are for professional use.
And finally, we still see another well-known brand in the technology environment that is also an HP partner: HyperX . Aimed at an audience of gamers, HyperX works with peripherals that enhance the gaming experience, in addition to leaving the user’s settings to their face.
As for headsets, there are a dozen options on the company’s website. These are wired models such as HyperX Cloud Stinger, Alpha HyperX Cloud e HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 cores – the latter is available in PS Black and Xbox Black – as well as wireless models such as HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 Wireless e HyperX Cloud Core . Access official website of HyperX and see the catalog.
Microphones Image: HyperX
Perfect for mobile streamers, HyperX microphones also enhance game streaming. Delivering clear and quality sound, these microphones promise to make your audience better and better. Models available include HyperX QuadCast S, HyperX SoloCast, HyperX ProCast, HyperX QuadCast e HyperX DuoCast . With the exception of the HyperX ProCast, they are all desktop microphones and are available from the HyperX website.
And for gamers who love to play on the PC, HyperX gaming keyboards feature RGB backlighting and are specifically designed to give gamers a comfortable gaming experience. There are mechanical models such as HyperX Alloy Elite 2, HyperX Alloy Origins core e Alloy HyperX MKW100 . Despite all the models available on the website, the HyperX being black is also mechanical – History The HyperX Alloy 60 offers a color alternative in white and pink.
And next to the keyboard, gaming mice are also available in a variety of options. You can choose from models with a honeycomb design – with holes in the center, some users claim it helps with grip – others with RBG, as well as wireless models. You can see the full catalog of gaming mice on the site hyperx website .
What do you think about the news? Are you going to buy any of the devices? HP , Poly and/or HyperX ? Let us know in the comments!
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The 5 Best Xbox Series X Accessories
Xbox Series X enthusiasts are luckier than PlayStation 5 enthusiasts. In addition to continuing to rehearse certain inventory issues, getting your hands on one of Microsoft’s newest consoles is considerably easier than rival Sony’s. .
Next generation consoles have a lot to offer, and they come with new technologies that are guaranteed to change the world of video game consoles. However, if you have purchased an Xbox Series X or plan to purchase one, there are many add-ons that can take the user experience to the next level.
To that end, we’re sharing the top 5 add-ons you can get for your latest Xbox Series X console.
1. Microsoft Xbox Series X Wireless Controller
decision to invest in the purchase of an additional controller. There are several options on the market where you’ll find both wired and wireless controls, but betting on an official Microsoft controller is always a good investment.
You can find the official Xbox Series X controller on Amazon in Spain today starting at €59.90.
2. Team Razer Wolverine V2
If you are looking for an alternative to the official controller, there is no doubt that Razer will be one of the best choices you can make. The American developer, who has dominated the gaming add-ons market for several years, now has an amazing controller for Microsoft’s latest console.
Razer Wolverine V2 can be purchased from the brand’s official online sales site for 119.99 euros.
3. Seagate 1TB Memory Card
Next generation games have much higher memory requirements. If you decide to get a few games for your new console, the free storage can start filling up a lot faster than you’d like.
To ensure you don’t run into space issues, you’ll need a 1TB Seagate memory card designed specifically for the latest Microsoft consoles.
You can get a memory card from Amazon Spain starting at 234.59 euros.
4. Logitech G920 Racing Wheel
If you’re into the whole automotive world, you’ll need a quality racing wheel to get the most out of your new console. For this Logitech refers to the reference manufacturers, putting several sets predisposition.
Among the various promotions, it is really difficult not to single out the Logitech G920, which, in addition to the steering wheel, also includes a set with three pedals.
You can get the Logitech G920 on PC with confirmation starting at €239.90.
5. HyperX Cloud 2 Wireless Headset
In addition to an HDTV, you’ll also need to invest in good headphones to take full advantage of next-gen gaming.