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HyperX Cloud Stinger Core Wireless Review


The packaging for the headset, is really well designed, with a nice clear photo of the headset on the front, it was a quick rundown of all the main features.

Around the back of the box, there are four smaller images breaking down the various ergonomic features, well as the drivers. Below all of that, you get all the technical information too.

The headset is very well packaged too, with a folding plastic shell keeping all of the hardware protected, as well as small recesses for the dongle and charging cable. You’ll also find the usual assortment of documentation.

The headset comes with a USB Type-C charging cable, although you could easily substitute this for one of your own if required. However, you will need to use the official HyperX dongle to pair the headset with your device, as simple as plug and play.

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