HyperX has been a victim of its own success. The brand burst onto the scene in 2014 with the HyperX Cloud, a sub-$100 headset that was not only as comfortable as its namesake, but sounded as good or better than most of its higher-priced competition.
The Cloud instantly leapt to the top of most people’s headset recommendations and there it’s stayed. In the years since, HyperX has released a half-dozen new headsets—the Cloud II, the Cloud Revolver (and Revolver II), the Cloud Stinger—and while all have been perfectly fine additions, none have dethroned the HyperX Cloud.
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