With the popularity of video games Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), the gaming peripheral market continues to grow at a rapid pace. Gamers also seek to further personalize their gaming visual experience and customize their PCs and the whole gaming environment. That’s why HyperX has a new software called NGenuity to control the RGB lighting.
HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, is now ready to offer gamers both RGB peripherals and components for the best gaming setup as Alloy Elite RGB keyboard, Pulsefire Surge Gaming Mouse and Predator DDR4 RGB launched this year. Since the first Cloud Gaming Headset launched in April 2014, HyperX surpassed 5-million award-winning gaming headset sales mark in 2018 and continues to gain new fans globally.
HyperX’s products have something special in the market for all of its category of products.
Gamers can set up their own Alloy Elite RGB to be unique by complete color customization with NGenuity software, along with up to three custom lighting profiles that can be saved directly to the keyboard’s on-board memory for on-the-go lighting.
The Pulsefire Surge RGB features a design improvement that allows both palm and claw grip users to enjoy using the Pulsefire Surge while playing any game style or genre. It not only provides pinpoint accuracy with its Pixart 3389 sensor and 16,000 DPI resolutions, gamers can customize RGB colors on the 360º light ring, DPI button and HX logo all through the HyperX NGenuity software.
The Predator DDR4 RGB features industry-leading, patent-pending HyperX Infrared Sync technology, providing an enhanced visual experience by keeping the module lighting in sync through Aura Sync, Mystic Light, and RGB Fusion