The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse is a perfect addition to a gamer’s rig, especially for those that like customization with their products. This customization comes in a variety of DPI settings and a six-button setup. The light weight of the Pulsefire along with its ergonomic design makes it something that blends together rapid movements with finesse. There is a fair amount of clearance for the infrared sensor, making it better able to deal with smaller amounts of detritus. The braided cord of the Pulsefire ensures that one will not need to fuss with the mouse cord each time it becomes knotted. The company’s use of Omron switches provide a solid feel for the mouse, while the skates (small flat patches on the bottom of the mouse) are sufficiently large to decrease the overall friction of the mouse on one’s mousepad.
During our evaluation of the Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse, we were able to coordinate successful sniping missions in FPS while having the flexibility to edit a database (or any other finnicky form). The mouse will be able to stay in service with only the smallest in the way of upkeep (cleaning out the sensor) necessary. Kingston rates the mouse buttons to succeed up to 20 million clicks, so this would be the perfect sort of gift for the hardcore gamer.
The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse is available from a wide array of online and brick and mortar retailers. One should seek to spend around $50 and tax for the mouse. For more information about the HyperX line, visit our coverage of the HyperX CloudX headphones.