HyperX now claiming its Cloud Alpha Wireless gaming headset suggests about 300 hours of battery life span, which seems over-the-top in most marketing advertisements, but in reality, rolled out to be exact.
When the great number of wireless headphones are declaring battery life span in the range of about 20-50 hours, it’s hard to imagine that any organization could abruptly leap to 300 hours, particularly for a headset that only prices $200 which would be opened up in a new window. A hardware teardown expert named iFixit was inquired if it was even right, and if so, how HyperX had achieved such a feat. Surely enough, the explanation was forthcoming in the video that was uploaded on the website of Pcmag:
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There were no sort of lights on the outward side and a generous 5.55Wh battery which is present inside is an efficient initiative for providing a huge amount of battery life span, however, it’s the power pull-up where HyperX mesmerizes. Whereas other headsets pull up anywhere from 7-26 milliamps [with some of the major changes], the Cloud Alpha Wireless has a requirement of just 4.45 milliamps. IFixit finalizes that under ideal conditions you would get over 330 hours of use before the battery is completely oozed and leaked out.
It’s the best compilation of elements that maintain the power demands so low. HyperX utilized a huge amount of ultra-low-power parts that a Kinetis KL27 ARM Cortex M0+, NXP power organizing chip, Bluetooth Low Energy Transceiver of about 2.4GHz, and a Dialog Semiconductor DA7212 Stereo Audio Codec, which has extraordinarily low power exhaustion.
HyperX had maintained the bar higher with this headset and it ought to be praised for doing so. In the review of PCMag, we discovered the Cloud Alpha Wireless to be a mesmerizing gaming headset with a strong crisp sound, however, a headset is mainly suited for use with a PC.