HyperX, is having major discounts for their gaming peripherals such as gaming headphones, keyboards, and mice over at the HyperX Booth at DreamHack Mumbai 2018. Here’s all the products that are on sale, their prices, and special discounts for BYOC Gamers!
These prices will only be valid from 5PM to 7PM, on all three days of DreamHack Mumbai 2018.
HyperX Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset (Gunmetal)
Flash Sale Price – 6990 INR
The HyperX Cloud Revolver has a studio-grade sound stage, with Signature HyperX Memorhy Foam and a durable steel frame build. For sound the headphones have directional 50mm drivers and are compatible with PC/PS4/Xbox/Mac.
HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset (Red)
Flash Sale Price – 5990 INR
The HyperX Cloud II has 7.1 virtual surround sound powered by an included USB sound card, Hi-Fi Capable 53mm drivers, a noise-cancelling microphone (Teamspeak Certified) and 100% memory foam for unmatched comfort.
HyperX Alloy FPS Pro Gaming Keyboard
Flash Sale Price – 3990 INR
The HyperX Alloy FPS Pro is a Tenkeyless Mechanical Keyboard (87 keys) with 100 percent anti-ghosting, N-Key rollover and a solid steel frame build. It has HyperX’s Signature Red backlighting with 6 presets and is available in MX Red or MX Blue key switch variants.
HyperX Alloy Core RGB Gaming Keyboard
Flash Sale Price – 2990 INR
The HyperX Alloy Core RGB is a membrane keyboard with HyperX’s signature RGB Backlighting. It has a spill-resistant and durable frame and anti-ghosting functionality keys. ALso, the RGB has 5-zone multi-color customisation.
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse
Flash Sale Price – 1890 INR
The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse comes with a Pixart 3310 Optical Gaming Sensor with 400 to 3200 DPI Range, and a total of 6 buttons which has Omron switches. The DPI and buttons are programmable with HyperX’s NGenuity Software.
HyperX Pulsefire Core Gaming Mouse
Flash Sale Price – 1990 INR
The HyperX Pulsefire Core Gaming Mouse comes with a Pixart 3327 Optical Gaming Sensor with up to 6200 DPI, and 7 programmable buttons. The DPI and buttons are programmable with HyperX’s NGenuity Software.