Kingston HyperX Cloud Alpha is intended to round out the company’s portfolio with a higher-end headset offering priced at $100. Similar to Logitech’s G Pro, this headset employs something called dual-chamber technology. In short, it places the drivers responsible for generating sound in their own chambers, purportedly separating high and low frequencies for better tuning of the output. The design isn’t revolutionary, nor is it a requisite for great acoustic performance. But the HyperX Cloud Alpha does rise to the top among headsets we’ve tested, not only for its sound quality but also Kingston’s durable construction and comfortable fit.