HyperX Adds New Styles to Gaming Glasses Lineup

HyperX Spectre Mission,

HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced HyperX Spectre Mission, a new family of gaming eyewear. Built for extended hours of gaming or time spent in front of a digital screen, the new eyewear design offers HyperX gaming-grade lenses with blue light and UV protection at an affordable price.

HyperX Spectre Mission Eyewear features signature HyperX comfort and durability with a robust TR-90 frame that includes co-molded rubber temples to reduce slippage and increase flexibility. The new eyewear also features cam hinges that provide additional stability by securely locking temple arms into place. HyperX Spectre Mission Eyewear features a large square frame style and is available in satin black, satin black to clear fade, satin black to blue fade, and satin black to red fade color schemes. A microfiber pouch is also included.

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“The HyperX Spectre Mission Gaming Eyewear, built with HyperX comfort, durability, and blue light filtering, offers exceptional quality and style at an attractive price point,” said Stephanie Winkler, strategic marketing manager, HyperX. “With this affordable addition to our lineup, plus fresh new colorways of existing HyperX gaming eyewear product lines, we remain focused on offering a wide variety of comfortable, protective glasses that meet a range of gaming and screen viewing needs.”

Lightweight and impact-resistant, all HyperX gaming eyewear lenses come equipped with the benefit of blue light and UV protection. The blue-light blocking lenses reduce the effects of digital eye strain, including headaches, blurred vision, and eye fatigue. The premium, crystal-clear lenses are designed to maintain a clear profile and allow users to see graphics and detail how they are meant to be seen.

See these new models and the entire HyperX lineup on their website, hyperxgaming.com. 

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