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The new HyperX Cloud Mix could be described as a headset that aims to double as a pair of stylish headphone, and in terms of features and build that certainly rings true. Bluetooth wireless, a lightweight and comfortable build with full aluminum frame, and even the addition of Hi-Res Audio.

So, the quest then becomes - can a premium all in one excel at doing it all?
As an everything headset, HyperX has factored into the design the prospect of taking the Cloud Mix with you on-the-go. So, you get both a higher-end detachable microphone designed for gaming, in addition to an inbuilt microphone for when you’re out and about. This conscious effort on the part of HyperX is impressive in that all of this was packed into a small and lightweight frame. There’s a premium feel to the Cloud Mix too, with the detachable microphone offering up near broadcast quality voice recording.

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