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With The Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse, HyperX Completes The Peripherals Hat Trick

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Following its endeavors into the gaming peripherals market with its two Alloy mechanical keyboards, HyperX is now officially in the mouse game. The company announced the Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse, a device that, at $50, will slide into the middle of the expansive mouse market.

The Pulsefire FPS has a PixArt 3310 optical sensor inside, and you can adjust the DPI to 400/800/1,600/3,200 presets. There’s no software attached to this mouse, so all of the configuration will happen on-device, which also makes this a plug and play mouse.

The right-handed Pulsefire FPS is designed to be ergonomic, which is code for a design that you’ll either love or hate. In other words, HyperX is shooting for a particular feel instead of creating a mouse with a simplified design that may be palatable to all.

It has six buttons--left/right click, forward/back navigation buttons on the left side, clickwheel, and DPI switcher. The left/right click buttons feature Omron switches that promise a 20 million-click lifetime. Underneath are two exceptionally large mouse feet (HyperX calls them “skates”) that ostensibly deliver a better glide. The sides have a textured, “no-slip” grip, and the front buttons splay outwards a bit. Really, it looks like a close cousin of the Razer Mamba.  

It weighs in at 95g without its cable (and 120g with the cable). It costs $50--which isn’t bad for a decent gaming mouse--and you can grab one now directly from HyperX.

With the release of the Pulsefire FPS, HyperX has completed the gaming peripherals hat trick of mouse-keyboard-headset. It’s been known for its headsets for some time, and as we mentioned up top, it has a pair of fairly new gaming keyboards, too. Adding a mouse to the family puts HyperX in the same camp as the likes of Patriot--companies that are attempting to translate success in other areas to the peripherals world.

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse
SensorPixArt PMW3310
Resolution400/800/1600/3200 DPI
AmbidextrousNo (right-handed only)
SwitchesOmron (20m clicks)
Polling rate   1,000Hz
Buttons6 (L/R click, forward/back nav, clickwheel, DPI button)
CableUSB, braided, 1.8m
Dimensions127.54 x 41.91 x 71.07mm (LxHxW)
Weight95g (w/o cable), 120g (w/cable)
  • DarkSable
    Hmmm, I might actually pick one of these up to see how it feels in comparison to my Deathadder black and Intellimouse Explorer 3.0.
  • sunny420
    Review here: