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HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro - Gaming Mouse, Software Controlled RGB Light Effects & Macro Customization, Pixart 3389 Sensor Up to 16,000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, Mouse Weight 95g
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- Pixart 3389 sensor with native DPI up to 16, 000
- Comfortable ergonomic design
- Six programmable buttons
- Easy customization with HyperX NGenuity software
- Onboard memory to store customizations
- Extra-large mouse skates for smooth, controlled gliding
- Connectivity technology: USB
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Complete the HyperX Family
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HyperX FURY S
90-degree rotating ear cups
Ear cups rotate 90-degrees to comfortably rest around your neck
HyperX mechanical switches
Custom-designed to be a balance of responsiveness, accuracy and reliability
Comfort and stability
Soft cloth surface for comfort and a textured rubber underside for stability
At just 275 grams, HyperX Cloud Stinger won’t weigh you down
Aircraft-grade aluminum body
The aluminum casing keeps the keyboard structurally sound and stable
Seamless anti-fray stitching
Seamless anti-fray stitched edges to resist to daily wear and tear
50mm directional drivers
High-quality audio tuned to keep you immersed and engaged in your gaming
Ultra-compact TKL design
Tenkeyless (TKL) form factor gives you more space for rapid mouse movements
Multiple sizes available
FURY S comes in four convenient sizes to fit your set up
Adjustable steel slider
High-quality, adjustable solid steel slider built for long-lasting durability
RGB backlit keys
Individually customizable RGB backlit keys with radiant lighting effects
Conveniently mute the microphone by flipping it up
Customize Game Mode, lighting effects and Macros with HyperX NGenuity software
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|Item Dimensions||5.00 x 1.65 x 2.80 inches||5.04 x 2.95 x 1.73 inches||2.87 x 5.00 x 1.69 inches||5.00 x 2.60 x 1.60 inches||0.48 x 4.49 x 2.98 inches|
|Item Weight||3.20 ounces||5.92 ounces||—||7.20 ounces||0.54 lbs|
HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro is designed for gamers to provide an ergonomically comfortable gaming mouse with high performance Pixel 3389 sensor to give you up to 16, 000 DPI for accuracy and precision. Features cool LED RGB light with over 16 million colors to choose from so you can have your mouse match with your gaming style by using the HyperX NGenuity that is included. There are 6 programmable buttons that you can customize to your needs. It features the Omron switches to provide crisp, tactile feedback so you'll know that your clicks have been registered. Extra-large skates that gives the Pulsefire FPS Pro a solid base for smooth, controlled gliding that allows you to both track and flick with ease. HyperX NGenuity is a free easy-to-use software that allows you to personalize HyperX products. With it you can customize the mouse's RGB colors and effects, adjust DPI settings and create and store macros for the 6 programmable buttons.
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Edit: 12/5/19. Everything I said below has remained completely true for the entire year+ that I’ve had this mouse. It feels really good, it’s very durable and it looks really nice. No tracking issues, no left/right click issues that plague other mice, no durability issues, etc. It’s worked extremely well for me since I bought it. Very happy overall.
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.
Surprisingly great feel
Solid ergonomics - really like the slightly grippy texture on the sides
Can be used comfortably in the left hand in a pinch
Easy to use right out of the box, DPI settings are easy to use
Looks nice on the desk
Bright LED, rich colors
Squeaky mouse wheel. Both of the wheels squeak a month in. One of the wheels squeaks loud enough to be heard clearly about 12' away. So that's pretty loud for a mouse, louder than a flesh and bone mouse for sure! Not affecting performance, but could be a serious annoyance for some. Right now it sounds like a rusty old wagon is getting dragged around my house, but only very short distances at a time.
HyperX Pulsfire FPS Pro RGB:
This mouse is light-ish at 95g and right out of the box, after the software was downloaded and my mouse profile set up, I was amazed out how accurate and precise the sensor felt. Compared to one of the most popular gaming mice ever (G502) I was blown away at how much better this mouse felt over that one. The functions of the buttons are limited comparatively but the button presses feel tactile and incredibly satisfying. The cable for the mouse is one of the best. The cable on my G502 constantly drove me insane with out stiff it was and how much of a pain it was to drag my mouse sometimes. The Pulsefire FPS Pro does not have a paracord cable but it is probably the best mouse cable I've felt (or haven't really felt for that matter) and it's great. I have ordered a paracord for it only because I discovered them both at the same time, but for a person who is not willing to self-mod their mouse, it is a great stock cable/cord.
The materials feel excellent and the construction just feels solid and not at all cheap.
As like most things... there are a couple of flaws for me with this mouse. The first is very minor and is really not a definitive flaw as it is a user preference sort of thing but the mouse scroll wheel while feeling solid in construction and durable I wish it had a little more tactile response when scrolling. There were a few times where it felt like it need a little more resistance. Again, totally user preference and not a flaw that I would use to say is or should deter you from purchasing this and giving it a shot. If all that the software isn't I do like the DPI shift in the way that it allows you to set a color indicator for your mouse to flash so, as long as you remember what color is for what, you can associate that color to your DPI setting. Additionally, you can change the number of DPI profiles you have as well, so if you stick with one game or one DPI for all then you can set it up to only have 1 DPI setting. This is addressable with up to 5 different DPI settings.
The last and 2nd flaw has nothing to do with the mouse per-say but the software... It's simple, un-intuitive, and just feels under developed. The RGB between the mouse wheel and the logo is not individually addressable (not a huge thing but would be nice), the constant need to click apply after tuning your "user profile" on the mouse every time you change something is annoying. The largest issue I have with the software is the fact that every time I have restarted my computer I have had to go into the the program to apply my profile with my lighting and DPI preferences... You are allowed multiple profiles but I have had to delete the "default" and other profiles (leaving only 1) to ensure that my mouse doesn't return to the default EVERY SINGLE TIME I reboot.
I have purchased my Finalmouse and I had every intention of just selling this one on Ebay after I got the Ultralight Phantom but I am going to hang on to it and paracord it and use it as a back-up because it is an amazing mouse that is only slightly hamstringed by its less than perfect software leaving it at 4 stars (4.5 if I could do that).
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Though it looks good, its ergonomic, the lighting is nice...
The profile is constantly being unloaded, after restarts, or after the computer wakes up from sleeping, despite me deleting the 3 default profiles and making my own.
That rubber on the side that cools great?! Really is the worst thing to ever have on gaming mice AVOID if you ever see a mouse with that rubber. Why?! Do your hands sweat?! Do you have naturally oily hands?! This mouse will slip from your hands more times than anything during gameplay thanks to that grip.
Random clicks - its only happened twice, but once when i was watching a video, another reading - the middle mouse "had been pushed"
But it's very comfortable, I like the programmable buttons and the colour changes. So if it worked for me with my game, I'd give it 5 stars.
Other than that the mouse is great, there is no doubt that HyperX products are awesome in terms of quality and durability. I was deciding between this mouse and Razer Deathadder and I'm still not sure if I made the right choice. Old Deathadder felt 'better' in my hand, it feels like it's slipping from outside when I hold it, but I'm sure my hand will adjust after few sessions.
All in all I love the mouse itself, please fix the bloody software and you'll get your 5 starts. It's driving everyone mental.
From a positive perspective the mouse is really comfy and the tracking seems to be ok, but that’s where it stops. The mouse buttons have far to much play to even be considered as a gaming mouse. After playing in game for a while and wondering why my clicks were not registering it became apparent that the edges of the buttons did not consistently register a click even though there was an audible click. Maybe 1 in 4 click would actually work as expected. Until this is fixed this mouse is just not suitable for gaming.
As a side note this mouse felt really light, might not be a problem if that is your preference but felt like it needed some more weight behind it.