HyperX, HP’s gaming peripherals crew, introduced the HX3D program forward of CES. In a nutshell, this program is about to provide 3D-printed customized upgrades for gaming peripherals like keyboards and headsets. In response to HP, the corporate will showcase these customized keyboards, headsets, and mice at CES. The upgrades will turn into out there to patrons within the coming months. HyperX additionally intends to collaborate with esports groups, influencers, recreation builders, and so forth. Sounds fairly cool, proper?
HyperX 3D personalization video
Mainly, HyperX needs to decorate up your gaming gear. From colourful keycaps to distinctive collectibles, the video above illustrates the sort of 3D-printed upgrades you’ll be able to count on from the HX3D program. I might undoubtedly see Twitch streamers decking out their gear for dwell streams. My husband digs this kind of factor too, as he repeatedly 3D prints components for his Warhammer 40K assortment. Is it cool? Completely. Is it mandatory? Effectively, that’s up for debate. I take pleasure in stuff like this, however I’m most likely within the minority right here.
HyperX Cozy Cat keycap
I’m unsure about you, however cute keycaps make me really feel all heat and fuzzy inside. Whereas some people could balk and say they’re pointless or they’re all fluff and no substance, I discover myself usually having fun with the little pleasures in life, and HyperX’s restricted version Cozy Cat keycap is, fairly actually, a little bit pleasure. The Cozy Cat keycap (pictured above), which was designed by the HyperX crew, would be the first 3D-printed peripheral improve to emerge from the HX3D program and it’s positively great.
The Cozy Cat keycap will turn into out there in January 2023. It’ll value a lofty $19.99.