HyperX Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse review – The best mouse for the price?
You must be aware of the HyperX, or you are a fan, or in the time span, you have used any of their product. More important is they had been doing the best for the gaming market required. Not just doing what a gamer needs but excelling in a few essential segments. I’ve been their fan for a long time and seen their development over the time. I’ve personally review HyperX Cloud core, HyperX Cloud Alpha, HyperX Cloud Drone and Hyperx RAM on this website. Today we have the exciting product called HyperX Plusefire FPS gaming mouse.
Specification of the HyperX Pulsefire
- Single Red Colour
- 6 buttons including the Scroll Wheel
- Omron (20M) Switch
- Optical – Pixart 3310
- 400- 3200 DPI customizable
- 130 IPS speed
- 30G max Accerleration
- 1000 Hz Polling rate
- Braided Cable
- 95 grams weight
- Product dimensions 71 x 128 x 42mm (Wx L X H)
Build and Ergonomics of the HyperX Pulsefire
The mouse didn’t have too many buttons. The form factor wasn’t too significant but it was just a perfect fit for many hands. I’m sure when I switch to another mouse I missed the ergonomics which Pulsefire caries. The above statement is a little confusing and not so bright.
When you put a palm on the mouse, the first thing noticed is the comfort of the mouse because of the top round curve of the mouse. It just fits in the palm like no other. The fit to the palm is more critical because you are going to game for long hours on it as being a gamer. The sides of the mouse have a rubberized wall which let you grip the mouse firm for the quick actions. The curve wherever ends has a HyperX logo which continually lights up.
Buttons of the HyperX Pulsefire
A critical and most important section of all the buttons of the mouse. The HyperX Pulsefire has a total of 6 switches or controllers including the scroll wheel. Initially, there is a standard left click and right click button with a scroll wheel. Below to the scroll wheel, we have the DPI change button which changes DPI as per the color. We have the internet back and front button on the left which is programmable during the game.
The scroll wheel is specially designed on this mouse; It features a premium Omron switches. Pulsefire FPS uses Omron switches to provide crisp, tactile feedback on every click and withstand the most intense showdowns. This claim is just perfect. The tactile feedback feels more premium than any other mouse scroll wheel. The mouse scroll wheel feels more durable for an important task and moment.
Let’s come to a significant switch of all the mouse is the DPI switch which most gamers are going to use depending upon the situation of the game. Each time you click the mouse button ranges the DPI and color of the button varies. Starting from the lowest DPI 400 the color begins from White, RED, Blue, Yellow to the highest DPI 3200. Indeed the switch is tactile, and the response rate is below 1sec to experience the difference in game or desktop.
Reasons why it stands
- It isn’t bulky or funky or has killer gaming looks. It has standard looks with the gaming attire which is the point to stand out of all.
- The Red Dot Design Award winner can’t be just wrong. The quality of each material used in mouse it the best you could buy for that price.
- Perfect grip of the mouse for the longer duration of gaming is the way to stand out form factor of the mouse
The HyperX Plusefire FPS is indeed deserving Red Dot award winner also it is a level changer for any gamer. Once you use this mouse, it’s going to difficult time to switch to some other this perfect gaming mouse. My hunt is going for the other, but it’s tough for another mouse to match this level of design and ergonomics.