The HyperX Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse is a strong offering for the budget gamer
HyperX focuses on giving you quality with essentials features that are needed. They did this with the HyperX Alloy FPS and the same engineering process into the Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse. I’ve been using it for a while, and I’ve enjoyed every moment of it.
The Pulsefire FPS is sleek design six-button gaming mouse. You get two buttons on the side, which work as forward and back for web browsing. Left and right buttons on the top which use very responsive Omron switches. The button just above the scroll wheel will set your DPI which four preset options from 400 DPI to 3200 DPI (The pro version goes up to 16000 DPI). A different color indicates each DPI settings, and this is the only button that changes color as other lights will be red to match the HyperX theme.
The mouse itself is lightweight, only weight in at a well-distributed 95g. There isn’t a feeling of too light or too heavy. The Pulsefire FPS also has slip-resistant sides to keep you from losing your grip in a marathon gaming session. The USB cable is braided and is extra-long which helps in different cabling situations.
Using the Pulsefire FPS in games and daily use is a lag-free experience. Works well on just your desk and also on a mouse pad. The skate pads on the bottom are on the larger side which helps with the smooth movements across any surface. HyperX offers some premium mouse pads as well that pairs very well with the Pulsefire FPS.
While you are getting a great bang for your buck here with the Pulsefire FPS. It would be nice if there were a way to program the colors to your liking. It would also be nice if you could program some of the six buttons here for more customization.
To sum it all up, if you want a mouse that is easy on the wallet and provides a great experience the HyperX Pulsefire FPS is one to consider and one we would recommend for not only gaming but daily computing needs.