HyperX, the gaming arm of Kingston Technology, this week announced the release of two new gaming options. HyperX Pulsefire Haste mice… For one of them, a combination of black and red was chosen, for the other – white and pink. Now buyers are offered three options for the device.
A key advantage of the HyperX Pulsefire Haste, the manufacturer calls a small mass, which allows for sharp movements and reduces fatigue during prolonged use. The mouse weighs only 59 g. The perforated housing, reminiscent of a honeycomb, helped to achieve this result.
Other highlights include PTFE feet, 60 million-click dustproof TTC switches in the two main buttons, and a lightweight and flexible braided HyperFlex cable. All six mouse buttons are programmable. The mouse is based on a Pixart 3335 sensor with a resolution of 16,000 DPI. By default, you can switch between 400, 800, 1600 and 3200 DPI, but fine tuning can be done in HyperX NGENUITY. It also allows you to program button functions, customize backlights, and work with macros. The settings are saved in the built-in memory of the mouse (one profile).
Connection to a PC is performed via USB, with a 1.8 m cable. The polling frequency is 1000 Hz. The dimensions of the mouse are 124.2 x 38.2 x 66.8 mm. The above weight does not include the weight of the cable. Together with the cable, the device weighs 80 g.
The MSRP for any HyperX Pulsefire Haste mouse is $ 50.