|Item model number||HX-MC001A/AM|
|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.8 x 1.7 x 5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.8 x 1.7 x 5 inches|
HyperX Pulsefire FPS - Gaming Mouse, Pixart 3310 Sensor, Four Preset DPI Settings 400-800-1600-3200, 6 Buttons, Ergonomic Shape, Braided Cable, Mouse Weight 95g (HX-MC001A/AM)
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- Pixart 3310 sensor and four DPI presets provide extreme accuracy for FPS games
- Comfortable ergonomic mouse design with slip-resistant grip
- Lightweight 95G FPS mouse with optimal weight distribution
- Six-button mouse featuring ultra-responsive Omron switches
- Extra-large mouse skates for smooth movement
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Hardcore and professional FPS gamers know that an accurate, reliable mouse is an essential piece of equipment for peak performance. HyperX Pulsefire FPS uses the proven Pixart 3310 sensor for fluid tracking with no acceleration to provide the accuracy and precision you need to stay on top of your game. If you’re an arm aimer, a wrist aimer, a flick targeter or a constant tracker, one of the four DPI presets available at the touch of a button is tuned to your playstyle. Countless hours of scrims and firefights can take a toll on your wrists, so Pulsefire FPS is built with an ergonomic, lightweight design that is conformed for both palm and claw grips, allowing you to game longer and more comfortably. The 95g construction has optimally distributed weight for rapid movements, and the non-slip grip helps keep the mouse securely in your hand.
HyperX Pulsefire FPS features Omron switches and six durable, ultra-responsive buttons that give crisp, tactile feedback on every click. Serious players can’t afford to have their mouse skipping or snagging when the action heats up, so HyperX has included a flexible braided cable and large mouse skates for a smooth glide.
- Pixart 3310 sensor and four DPI presets provide extreme accuracy for all FPS playstyles
- Ergonomic mouse design with slip-resistant grip — game longer and more comfortably
- Lightweight 95g FPS mouse with optimal weight distribution
- Six-button mouse featuring premium Omron switches for reliability and responsiveness
- Extra-large mouse skates for smooth, controlled gliding
Precise Pixart 3310 optical sensor
Pulsefire FPS gives you fluid and responsive tracking with no acceleration for improved accuracy.
Four tuned DPI presets to suit your playstyle
Four preset settings from 400–3200 DPI available at the push of a button. If you’re a long-range headhunter or a twitchy close-quarters assassin, Pulsefire FPS has a preset to match your play style.
Features premium Omron switches
The durable Omron switches in the Pulsefire FPS provide crisp, tactile feedback and are robust enough to survive even the most epic battles.
Six ultra-responsive buttons
Six responsive buttons ensure that no matter how firm or slight you click, Pulsefire FPS won’t miss a click in the heat of battle.
Balanced, lightweight build
The 95g construction has optimal weight distribution for rapid movements, and the ergonomic, lightweight design allows you to game longer and more comfortably.
Flexible, durable braided cable
The braided cable is designed to be tough and durable, yet still flexible enough to facilitate smooth movement.
Textured, no-slip side grips
The textured grips help you keep your mouse firmly in hand when the action heats up.
Extra-large skates for smooth gliding
Pulsefire FPS has large skates that allow for a better glide.
|Pulsefire FPS||Pulsefire FPS Pro||Pulsefire Surge|
|Lighting||Single Red||Single Zone RGB||360 RGB Light Ring|
|Switch||Omron (20M)||Omron (20M)||Omron (50M)|
|Sensor Type||Optical - Pixart 3310||Optical - Pixart 3389||Optical - Pixart 3389|
|Max Resolution||3200 DPI||16000 DPI||16000 DPI|
|Polling Rate||1000 Hz (1 ms)||1000 Hz (1 ms)||1000 Hz (1 ms)|
|Weight (without cable)||95g||95g||100g|
|Software Enabled||No||Yes (NGenuity)||Yes (NGenuity)|
Hardcore and professional FPS gamers know an accurate, reliable mouse can be the difference between victory and defeat. HyperX Pulse Fire FPS uses the proven pixar 3310 sensor for accuracy and precision. Pulse Fire FPS features four DPI presets to fit any play style, and the ergonomic design allows for longer, more comfortable gaming. Omron switches and six durable, ultra-responsive buttons give crisp, tactile feedback. The braided cable and large mouse skates help provide smooth, fluid movement.
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* Solid construction, actually feels like it can take a beating
* Plug-and-play, no fancy drivers needed
* Not too flashy, doesn't have unnecessary RGB all over it
* Mostly well-designed (more on that in a second)
* Braided cable doesn't snag like some of my other mice
* Sides are at an odd angle (they're angled in towards the top, whereas most mice angle in towards the bottom)
* Rubberized grips don't grip, especially if your hands get sweaty at all
* Scroll wheel developed an annoying squeak less than a week after I got it
Overall, while I do have some gripes about the shape of the mouse, it's still not a terrible choice, especially if you have larger hands like I do. It's still fairly comfortable in a palm grip, but you may have to hold on somewhat tightly so that it doesn't slide out of your hand. I think it's still decent bang for your buck, especially if you can snag it on sale like I did, and don't mind the palm-grip-only sculpting.
1. Feel: This mouse feels extremely nice. The grips on the side are made of a very grippable and seemingly durable material. I was able to lift up the mouse so easily I didn’t even notice when I was doing it most of the time as it should be. The ergonomics are great as well, fit perfectly in my hand. Hand size is 6.70 inches. The sensor works perfectly as expected from one of the best on the market. It’s really smooth. The mouse is fairly light in my opinion and glides across the mouse pad nicely.
2. Look: The mouse looks and feels like a professional mouse (if that’s what you wanna call it). The LEDs are very bright and have 3 different patterns (Cycles through colors aka breathing, 1 color mode or no lights). Mouse wheel and logo are very well lit.
3. Durability: As I’ve said I’ve only had it for 2 days so I can only comment on what I’ve felt/seen so far. All of the material looks and feels very durable. I’m hoping this stays true.
4. Software: It’s simple and easy to use. That’s all there really is to say. If you wanna get more in depth you can watch some guides but overall it’s easy to navigate and not riddled with bugs (so far) like Synapse.
TLDR: Feels good, looks good and handles well. Feels well built and durable. Only had it for 2 days and will update the review later down the line but so far so good. Can’t find anything negative to say about it so far but I’m also not a super picky person.
Setting up the performance and colors is a little wonky using the program. I had issues where the profile would reset when the computer sleeps or restarts. This was due to me not dragging the profile into the 3 setting profiles above the customize button. It's a little pain to deal with, but I think the performance outweighs the convenience in setting it up.
update: It has been about almost a month now since purchase the sensor and function is great probably one of the best mouse I've used. It's lighter than the razor just by a few grams moves nice and accurate. I found during this month It took about 3 days to a full week to get used to just had to adjust my grip since there was no place to rest for my pinky since its tapered profile at the back end. I had to do two adjust must one was change my ring and pinky to kind of move in toward the mouse like a claw grip second is tilting the mouse rear outward a little so that new grip sits comfortably on the mouse. I also found kind of a con on my razer the scroll wheel can tilt right or left to scroll side ways. On the hyperx for a total lose of a good reason they decieded to give you a tilting mouse but only to the right why? completely baffles me either have the function or don't why go half way?