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When it comes to audio, going wire-free is a bit of a sticky subject. In that audiophiles out there will tell you that sound is meant to travel across wires. And not through the air like magic. Anyway, when it comes to comfortable gaming headsets the new HyperX Cloud Flight is an interesting and worthwhile investment. Lightweight, comfortable, great sound. And wireless.


The Cloud Flight represents HyperX’s first foray into the world of wireless audio. And with an already great track record thanks to the excellent and perfect-for-gaming Cloud series of headsets, the Cloud Flight continues the trend of excellent HyperX gear. With 30-hour battery life, lightweight and comfortable design, detachable microphone, and additional 3.5mm jack, it’s clear that when HyperX tells us that it works closely with professional gamers when designing its products – they’re not merely referencing some slick marketing gimmick. The HyperX Cloud Flight is to put it simply, a great wireless headset.


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