It’s been barely a week since the annual CES tech bonanza shut up shop for another year, but HyperX has wasted no time getting in its very first wireless gaming headset out into the wild. Dubbed the Cloud Flight, this 2.4GHz headset boasts the longest battery life of any of its wireless competitors – up to a whopping 30 hours to be precise. That’s enough time to play a complete run through of AC Oranges or that same cathedral at the start of Dark Souls III over and over again because god damn Vordt of the Boreal Valley is just too damn hard. The question is, is it actually any good? First impressions are certainly high. While the Cloud Flight’s exterior is largely made of plastic – a touch disappointing considering it will set you back £140/$160 – it still feels reassuringly robust to the touch and its soft, plush ear cups sit very snugly against your face. The bendy microphone’s detachable, too, so you can even wear them outside while you’re travelling without looking too silly – provided you turn off the LEDs with a quick tap of the power button, of course. To play audio wirelessly, all you… Read full this story
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