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HP Buys HyperX In US$425 Million Gaming Push – channelnews – ChannelNews

HP, which has been desperate to compete with the likes of Alienware, Acer, and a surging Lenovo in the gaming market, has snapped up Kingston’s gaming peripherals…

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HP, which has been desperate to compete with the likes of Alienware, Acer, and a surging Lenovo in the gaming market, has snapped up Kingstons gaming peripherals brand HyperX for close to half a billion dollars.
HyperX products including headsets, keyboards, mice, mouse pads, USB microphones, and console accessories will now be sold by HP alongside its own Omen gaming computers. The deal is worth $425 million USD, or $533 million AUD.
Enrique Lores, President and CEO, HP, hyped up the purchase,…

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