HyperX Pulsefire Pro Gaming Mouse

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HyperX releases an upgrade to the popular Pulsefire FPS mouse the new Pulsefire FPS Pro!

Kingston HyperX has made some great peripherals and the new Pulsefire FPS pro is another great example. I have previously reviewed the Pulsefire FPS as well as the Pulsefire Surge and the new Pulsefire FPS Pro feels like a combination of the best features of both mice. After unboxing the first impression is the that the mouse is both large and stout. not to mention comfortable. The sides are well rubberized and the bottom is fitted with rubber skates to help it glide smoothly over surfaces. The RGB colors apply to the HyperX Logo and click wheel button. There is no color band surrounding the mouse like in the Pulsefire Surge. I am happy with this as some slight FX is my preference. The Omron switches feel and sound very strong and have a solid click to them.  I tend to crank up the DPI when playing MMOs and survival games. I  tested the mouse with Conan Exiles, Neverwinter Ravenloft, Star Trek Online and Minecraft and felt that it worked extremely well with my demands. Yes, it is limited to 6 buttons so hardcore MMO players may want a bit more but I felt that it was really efficient and easy to program. When I combined it with a Fury S  mouse pad the two worked in fabulous harmony, gliding as if it were on a sheet of glass.

The Many Colors of the FPS Pro


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*
Onboard memory: 3 profiles
Connection type: USB 2.0
Polling rate: 1000Hz
USB data format: 16 bits/axis
Dynamic coefficient of friction: 0.13μ**
The static coefficient of friction: 0.20μ**
Cable type: Braided
Weight (without cable): 95g
Weight (with cable): 130g
Length: 127.60mm
Height: 41.90mm
Width: 71.10mm
Cable length: 1.8m

Price and Recommendation

At $59.99 the Pulsefire FPS Pro is an amazing and affordable gaming mouse especially for those on a budget. It has every conceivable feature that a gamer would want in both style and performance. I look forward to using this mouse for many battles to come and I think that you will feel the same once you pick one up!

A Sample of this product was made available for this review by HyperX

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