HyperX announces their first ever gaming mouse – the Pulsefire FPS
HyperX the peripheral company famous for their Cloud series headsets and presence in the competitive esports world has announced their very first gaming mouse – Pulsefire FPS.
First showed off at CES earlier this year and rumoured towards the end of 2016, the new Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse features a Pixart 3310 sensor and six buttons with Omron switches. Like the rest of the HyperX range, the Pulsefire FPS features no software for plug-n-play simplicity aimed at esports or pro casuals competitive gamers.
Announced for the US market for $50 USD, the HyperX Pulsefire FPS comes in at a low price point compared to other competitors in the field.In Australia however, there has been no announcement of pricing and availability yet.
We’ve reached out to our HyperX reps for more details but in the meantime you can check out the specs below:
- Right-handed fit
- Two additional side buttons
- Rubber grips on each side
- Sequential DPI switch with four settings (400, 800, 1600, and 3200 DPI)
- Red backlighting
- Six-foot braided cord
- Weight: 95 grams / 3.35 ounces (mouse only), 120 grams / 4.23 ounces (including cord)