HyperX Cloud Stinger review: Solid entry-level audio is cheaper than ever

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HyperX first made a name for itself back in 2014 with the release of its Cloud headset. Featuring clean audio and an incredible level of comfort for a street price of $80, we’ve been recommending the Cloud ever since. It’s an excellent entry-level headset, with superb craftsmanship that you wouldn’t expect given its low price.

But a new contender has appeared to vie for its position as the top affordable headset—and the surprising part is that this one’s also made by HyperX.

A cheaper Cloud

With a list price of $50, the Cloud Stinger is one of the most budget-friendly gaming headsets you’re liable to find—at least as far as reputable, name-brand companies are concerned. (If you didn’t already know, HyperX is run by Kingston.)

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