HyperX introduced the Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse, winner of the 2017 Red Dot Award

HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the world’s largest independent storage manufacturer, introduced the HyperX Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse. New for beginner and professional first-person shooter players who need a precise and reliable tool for competition.


Marcus Hermann, Product Manager for HyperX Keyboards and Mice“HyperX is excited to introduce our first gaming mouse! After extensive testing and research, the HyperX lab created the Pulsefire FPS, which not only meets all gamers’ expectations, but can also be priced right out of the box. Gamers love the quality and performance of HyperX accessories and with the Pulsefire FPS mouse they have the ability to assemble a full set of our equipment to take their competitive gaming to a whole new level.


To meet the performance and accuracy requirements of gaming enthusiasts, the Pulsefire FPS uses the sensitive PixArt 3310 sensor. The mouse is also equipped with Omron’s low-response switches and a 20 million-click lifespan. The first HyperX gaming mouse was created by the brand’s engineers in the lab in close collaboration with professional gamers, and has already won the prestigious 2017 Red Dot Award for design.

The Pulsefire FPS is designed for real gamers and its ergonomic design and light weight offers a claw and palm grip. Most gamers play at sensor sensitivities between 400 and 3200 DPI, so the Pulsefire uses that exact DPI range and supports on-the-fly switching of modes at the touch of a dedicated button.


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The mouse weighs only 95 grams and its weight is optimally distributed not to interfere with fast movement, and special side pads made of non-slip material help keep the mouse stable in the hand. The HyperX Pulsefire FPS uses Omron switches and six reliable buttons that provide instant responsiveness and crisp feedback with every click. The mouse is also equipped with a flexible braided cable and large feet to make it easier to glide across the gaming surface.

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