Kingston held a public demo booth for its HyperX product line just across the Taipei World Trade Center for Computex 2015. One of the highlights of the public event was S. White (Luo Shi Ru) performing for the crowd and was spotted rocking some rare white and pink HyperX Cloud II headsets. This girl has a really bright smile that really gets the crowd going. You can check out the video of the S White Slam Dunk drum cover above.
On display were a slew of HyperX gears inside a booth for customers to try out. The highlight of the public demo was to show-off the HyperX gaming peripheral line to the public. Amongst the displays are the HyperX Cloud and Cloud II Gaming headset and PC builds featuring the new HyperX Savage SSD and Savage memory.
As mentioned, topping off the Kingston HyperX event was Luo Shi Ru, a popular local talent that received international Youtube fame for her incredible street performances featuring drum covers of popular songs which include Kpop and Jpop/Jrock covers. In the street performances she performed a couple of songs including T-ARA’s Roly Poly and the one we’re sharing here is the iconic opening theme from the popular basketball anime Slam Dunk: Kimi Ga Suki Da To Sakebitai (translated: I Want to Shout “I Love You”).
All in all, the HyperX Cloud II is a good reiteration of tried and tested design. The new look works perfectly well to give the otherwise tame curves a sporty edge to it. If you’re tired of all the flashy wares on the gaming peripheral market right now and want something that focuses on comfort and audio quality while being completely platform independent, the Kingston HyperX Cloud II headset is your top choice.
Kingston is really pushing their HyperX Cloud and Cloud II headsets to the public and this is a benchmark of what possible directions the company could take in regards to its HyperX line. Similar to some gaming brands steering off-course from gaming entirely to focus on lifestyle products, Kingston’s QPAD based HyperX Cloud and Cloud II headsets are being marketed towards music lovers and gamers. You can read more from our review of the Cloud and Cloud in our respective reviews here and here.
Watch the video above and forgive us for the shaky footage. Its a really great song and something to really bump to. You can follow S.White in her Facebook fanpage and see more of her music in Youtube, just search for “s white” because I can’t confirm her official channel. She performs with another famous drummer girl, Vela Blue who performed this song (Kimi Ga Suki Da To Sakebitai) gaining extreme popularity prior. They have the same right hand stick spin also, just saying. 🙂
Credits to KL Gadget Guy for spotting us some of the images.
More videos from S.White at the Kingston HyperX Computex public demo:
Kimi Ga Suki Da To Sakebitai (Stabilized video)