Kingston Technology, Inc.'s subsidiary HyperX is at Gamescom 2019 in Cologne Germany. The California-based tech company launched a series of wireless products recently which are on display at the HyperX booth at Gamescom 2019, Hall F08N Stand A-010, right behind Hall 8. The new products from the official sponsor of PUBG Nations Cup include Alloy Origins keyboard with Aqua switches, Cloud Flight S and Cloud Alpha S gaming headsets, Pulsefire Dart gaming mouse and HyperX ChargePlay wireless charger. \n \n"The wireless charging ecosystem is maturing, and HyperX is excited to be launching products with Qi certified wireless charging capabilities," said Mark Leathem, VP, HyperX. "HyperX recognizes the growing trend for wireless technology and wants to offer users the ultimate in gaming freedom, convenience, and customization for immersive and engaging gaming experiences." \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/HyperX\/status\/1164135557930377217 \n \nThe first product is the HyperX Pulsefire Dart ambidextrous 2.4GHz wireless gaming mouse with a Pixart 3389 sensor. It has six programmable buttons with customizable macros on the HyperX NGENUITY software. The Omron switches guarantee fast response for competitive gaming and durability as well – the Pulsefire Dart is rated 50 million clicks. The inbuilt rechargeable battery can last up to 50 hours and supports Qi certified wireless charging. HyperX Pulsefire Dart will be available from September at $100. \n \nHyperX is also showcasing the Alloy Origins mechanical gaming keyboard which will be available in HyperX Red switches and the new HyperX Aqua switches. The former will be available from October at $110 while the latter will hit the market in Q1 2020 at the same price, $110. \n \nHyperX Cloud Flight S wireless gaming headset comes in handy if you ware too far from the console or you hate the clutter that wired headsets tag along with. With 7.1 surround sound, the Flight S offers robust and immersive sound. It uses 2.4 GHz wireless frequency and has a powerful battery that lasts up to 30 hours and supports Qi wireless charging. The Cloud Flight S will set you back $200 and will be available in Q1 2020. \n \nThe HyperX Cloud Alpha S sports a premium design, just like the predecessor, the wired Cloud Alpha. It boasts rich bass courtesy of the bass sliders, and three-level adjustment making it great for music and also gaming. With 7.1 surround sound, it will be a great deal once it hits the stores as from Q4 2019. The HyperX Cloud Alpha S has a $120 price tag. \n \nLastly, the HyperX ChargePlay Base is a multi-device wireless charger that can handle up to two devices simultaneously. There are also separate charging indicators to display the charging status of the two devices. The ChargePlay Base will be available from September at $60.