In the last few days we have been testing the HyperX Pulsefire Haste, a wired mouse that is focused on gaming.
This is the most important thing you should know:
HyperX Pulsefire Haste Overall Design
One of its most iconic features is the shell that looks like a beehive. It’s not just by design – this also makes it lighter, but without sacrificing durability. It only weighs 59 grams.
And don’t worry, when you take it and use it, you don’t feel these holes.
At a standard size, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste is comfortable, highly adjustable, and features six buttons.
Perhaps the only “valid” complaint that this model could have in terms of design, is that the colored light is very dim, and that could be important for some gamers.
From the hive-like design, I swore there would be strong lights coming out of the main body, but this didn’t happen. The light only comes out of the scroll wheel.
And speaking of game …
Designed for gamers
The HyperX Pulsefire Haste is designed entirely for gamers, so much so that from the box it announces that it is compatible for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Of course, we must take into account that the game must be compatible.
In addition, you can also configure certain functions thanks to the NGenuity app, from the colors of light, to the speed and sensitivity of the mouse. And of course, this also includes remapping all six mouse buttons.
The HyperX Pulsefire Haste only stores the default profile in memory, although you can create alternates and save them locally in NGenuity.
The Pulsefire Haste features a Pixart 3345 sensor that can natively track up to 16,000 DPI without losing pressure by more than 1000 cm per second. These figures are excellent for a mouse that could be considered inexpensive.
In addition, it has a lifespan of 60 million keystrokes.
Taking into account what it offers and the cost around a thousand pesos, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste has an excellent cost / benefit ratio. It’s definitely good, pretty, and cheap.
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