Nov 30, 2016 10:26 AM EST | By Muhammad Firman Akhsanu Ridho
The Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger is the new release of HyperX for the gamer headsets market, being the end of 2016 the brand's latest phone. The HyperX Cloud Stinger promises to have a high level of quality in its construction, excellent sound fidelity, a crystal clear microphone, and a very affordable price. While the majority of advertising material in the market promises the same, will Stinger deliver? Is not this rocket launcher a bomb?
Kingston Hyper X Cloud Stinger is an extremely simple headset in its design. Even excessively, the old Cloud was not very noticeable, but the Stinger is even less, having a somewhat "generic" appearance. On the other hand, the frosted plastic finish means that dirt on this headset will not be apparent and we do not need to worry about scratches, unlike some headsets with glossy finishes (eg black-piano). Many may not find your design beautiful, but it certainly is utilitarian.
Weighing only 275 grams (without the cables and connectors), Kingston Hyper X Cloud Stinger is a fairly lightweight handset, with no metal parts outside a small part of its inner arc. In terms of material, it primarily uses a plastic focus and does not pass the same level of confidence as its HyperX Cloud/Cloud Core/ Cloud II or Revolver brothers, but we're talking about a lower-cost model than these.
Comfort and Performances
Kingston Hyper X Cloud Stinger's memory Foam cushions are lined with high-quality leather trim as well as the padding located on the top of the headset, making using the headset for several hours not to be a chore. Also, if the user wishes, these can be highlighted and exchanged for other oval sets sold on the Internet (ex: Brainwavz HM5 cushions).
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