Hyper X Pulsefire Pro – Announced

HyperX Pulsefire

Whilst I try to write up some longer content, I will just drop this post to say that HyperX have announced that it will soon be shipping a new gaming mouse.

The Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse.

It features the Pixart 3389 gaming sensor, as well as having native DPI presets that go all the way to 16,000 DPI, onboard memory for gaming profiles, and customisable RGB lighting as the name suggests.

The shell is designed for those of us with a Palm or Claw style grip.

It uses Omron switches with a huge 20M click durability rating and a total of six programmable buttons.

Specifications and Dimensions

 

Mouse

Ergonomic: Ergonomic

Sensor: Pixart PMW3389

Resolution: up to 16,000 DPI

DPI presets: 800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI

Speed: 450ips

Acceleration: 50G

Buttons: 6

Left / Right buttons switches: Omron

Left / Right buttons durability: 20 million clicks

Backlight: RGB (16,777,216 colors)

Light effects: 1 RGB lighting zone and 4 brightness levels*

On board memory: 3 profiles

Connection type: USB 2.0

Polling rate: 1000Hz

USB data format: 16 bits/axis

Dynamic coefficient of friction: 0.13µ**

Static coefficient of friction: 0.20µ**

Cable type: Braided

Weight (without cable): 95g

Weight (with cable): 130g

 

Dimensions

Length: 127.60mm

Height: 41.90mm

Width: 71.10mm

Cable length: 1.8m

It is set to RRP for £49.99 across all good e-tailers and retailers and is backed by HyperX’s 2 year warranty.

You can find out more over at Kingston’s site by clicking below:

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse

 

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