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    HyperX unveils Naruto Shippuden limited edition gaming collection

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    It comes as no surprise that HyperX would eventually have a badass collaboration with a top anime franchise, but we never thought it would be Naruto Shippuden. We’re not complaining though because the limited edition gaming collection that came to be is as badass as we thought.

    The collaborative collection features a mechanical gaming keyboard, a gaming headset, a gaming mouse, and a gaming mouse pad. Gaming staples, of course. All of these peripherals are adorned with design elements inspired by Naruto Uzumaki and Itachi Uchiha. No love for Naruto’s main bae Sasuke, sadly.

    “It should’ve been me.”

    We won’t go too far into the specifics, but let’s take a gander at that sweet gaming gear.

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    The HyperX Alloy Origins Mechanical Gaming Keyboard coming in at USD 119.99 comes with all the bells and whistles–HyperX switches, RGB exposed backlit keys, and that ever convenient HyperX NGENUITY software. Let’s not forget, the USB Type-C to A keyboard cable is detachable, as all keyboards should be.

    Next up, the HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset at USD 109.99 comes blasting with HyperX Dual Chamber technology for that sweet audio. The 50mm drivers and a dual chamber design coupled with premium quality memory foam and soft leatherette material make this one gaudy, yet comfy pair of cans.

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    Of course, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse priced at USD 59.99 is a geared toward both gaming and work tasks. The Hokage has a lot of paperwork, remember? It sports an ultra-lightweight honeycomb hex shell design, pure virgin-grade PTFE skates, and a HyperFlex USB cable with light and ultra-flexible paracord material.

    Let’s not forget the HyperX Pulsefire Mat XL Gaming Mousepad which is priced at USD 39.99. With a highly optimized surface and anti-fray stitching, it’s not only tough, but silky smooth. The anti-slip rubber underside and comfortable padding provide a smooth, consistent, and comfortable mouse glide.

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    Both Naruto and Itachi editions of the collection dropped on September 21, 2022 via the HyperX official website.

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    Carlos Franco
    Carlos Francohttps://linktr.ee/itscarlosreally
    UnGeek's middle-aged pinch hitter plagued by chronic backpain and powered by 2000s pop culture. He survives through coffee, anime, and hoping that BLACKPINK will part ways with Teddy Park someday.

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