Published on July 27th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

HyperX launches $159 Cirro Buds Pro true wireless earbuds in Australia

HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced the launch of the Cloud Earbuds II and Cloud Stinger 2 for PlayStation and Xbox. First debuted during COMPUTEX 2023, HyperX’s Cirro Buds Pro will also be available on July 27.

HyperX’s Cirro Buds Pro True Wireless is designed to provide an enhanced listening experience with utmost comfort; featuring up to 35 hours of battery life, 8mm dynamic drivers and Bluetooth® wireless connectivity. The buds offer precision noise cancelling with hybrid active noise cancellation technology to ensure clear sound without external interferences.

The latest HyperX line of products offer new levels of comfort, performance and control and are designed to improve the user experience. More information on the new products includes:

  • HyperX Cloud Earbuds II Gaming Earbuds: For those mobile gamers looking for wired headphones, the HyperX Cloud Earbuds II have got you covered. With 14mm drivers optimised for mobile audio, you’ll have a great listening experience whether you’re gaming, watching videos, or listening to a good audiobook or podcast. 4 sets of redesigned ear tips will help ensure you get the right fit for your ear. The Cloud Earbuds II also feature a low-profile 90° cable to help you avoid snags, as well as a helpful hard carrying case. For busy multitaskers, the built-in microphone allows you to quickly swap from mobile gaming to answering phone calls with a touch of the multi-function button. These versatile earbuds are compatible with PC, Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck™, and mobile devices that use a 3.5mm connection. The Earbuds II are available in black and red
  • HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 for PlayStation and Xbox: The HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 is designed for PlayStation and Xbox players who value lightweight comfort. The Cloud Stinger 2 keeps the fundamentals of the Cloud Stinger and refines them into a worthy successor. Still weighing in at under 300g, it’s lightweight, but also still packs a hefty audio punch. The headset features soft memory foam and premium leatherette designed for all-day gaming. The Cloud Stinger 2 utilises large 50mm drivers to provide clearer audio, with earcups that rotate 90 degrees for adaptive fit and comfort around the neck during breaks. The headset also features easy-access audio controls on the earcup and a swivel-to-mute, noise-cancelling flexible microphone for added convenience, reduced background noise and clear voice quality.
  • HyperX Cirro Buds Pro True Wireless Earbuds: The Cirro Buds Pro earbuds offer precision noise cancelling with hybrid active noise cancellation technology to ensure clear sound. The Cirro Buds Pro earbuds also provide an ambient sound mode for users to stay connected to their surroundings, as well as low-latency audio connectivity for mobile gaming. With Bluetooth®2 connectivity, these earbuds provide wireless freedom while offering HyperX durability with an IPX4 water-resistant rating, and the protective charging case can fully charge the earbuds in just 40 minutes. The earbuds feature three sets of ear tips for a personalised and secure fit and up to 35 hours of battery life. The Cirro Buds Pro are available in black, blue and tan colourways, and will be available on July 27.


The HyperX Earbuds II and Stinger 2 for PlayStation/Xbox are available today. The Cirro Buds Pro True Wireless Earbuds will launch on July 27th. For more information on the new launch products, please visit www.hyperx.com and see their RRP listed below:

  • The HyperX Cloud Earbuds II Gaming Earbuds at AUD $59
  • The HyperX Stinger 2 for PlayStation/Xbox at AUD $89
  • The HyperX Cirro Buds Pro True Wireless Earbuds at AUD $159

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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