HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced it is now shipping the HyperX ClutchTM wireless gaming controller. HyperX Clutch wireless controller features a familiar standard full-size controller layout, comfortable ergonomic design, and textured controller grips to provide improved controls for mobile gaming. HyperX Clutch is compatible with controller-enabled games on Android mobile devices and PC.
The HyperX Clutch controller provides a comfortable gaming experience with textured controller grips and an ergonomic design that offers more comfort than holding a phone. The HyperX Clutch wireless gaming controller allows users to switch between PC and Android mobile devices with wireless support for Android mobile devices via Bluetooth®1 4.2 or a 2.4GHz wireless receiver for PC. A USB-C to USB-A cable is included as a wired connection to PC for gaming, allowing users to take full advantage of gaming on the cloud via multiple devices.
“We strive to make long-lasting and affordable products that elevate the gaming experience,” said HyperX. “The newly launched HyperX Clutch wireless controller features an ergonomic design that enhances gaming comfort for gamers playing on multiple platforms.”
HyperX Clutch controllers use a standard controller layout and provide additional Turbo and Clear buttons for a competitive edge. The Clutch wireless controller includes a convertible phone clip that can function as a tabletop tool for tablets and phones. The phone clip can securely fit phones from 41mm to 86mm and comes equipped with a built-in 600mAh rechargeable battery offering up to 19 hours of battery life2 on a single charge for longer gaming sessions.
The HyperX Clutch wireless gaming controller is now available in Australia for AUD 79 MSRP. For more information, please visit the HyperX Clutch wireless gaming controller product page.
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