HyperX’s New Budget Gaming Headset Looks Disgusting

Official Marketing Image, www.hyperx.com

For years, the HyperX Cloud Stinger has been a great lower-priced entry point into the world of gaming headsets, sitting at $50 but offering some nice perks. I loved it when it launched, I loved it when they tacked on ten more dollars to the price and added a surround dongle, and I loved it when it was pink. I also loved it when they made a nicer wireless version

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