Go wireless with the HyperX Cloud Flight gaming headset, discounted up to $ 100

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The HyperX Cloud Flight wireless gaming headset has dropped to $ 99.99 through Best Buy & # 39; s official eBay store front. You can also find it on the Best Buy main site as part of a continuous sale of flash on PC headsets. The same version goes for around $ 126 on Amazon, and it has never been lower than today's deal there. Some retailers sell it for a whopping $ 160, such as GameStop.

These headphones have 50 mm drivers that produce powerful, high-quality audio. The earcups have LED lighting, media controls for access to power and volume and turn up to 90 degrees for a better fit. They also use memory foam for more comfort and an adjustable steel slide that lasts. The microphone is removable and has built-in noise cancellation. The wireless signal has a range of up to 65 feet and lasts 30 hours on a single battery charge. They are wirelessly compatible with PC and PlayStation 4. You can also just make a wired connection to any device that supports 3.5 mm audio. Users say 4.1 stars based on 422 reviews.

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