HyperX Pulsefire FPS: Review

Written by: Stephen Sanchez

Tech | Nov 13, 2018

gaming mouse HyperX Pulsefire FPS

If you think by acquiring a gaming mouse you will be able to play "Fortnite" like Twitch streamer Ninja, or manage to sweep off the competition in "Overwatch". No, that's a lie. Putting "FPS" in the product's name won't make a pro. Only countless hours and dedication can get you that. But in order to slog through those hours, you would definitely need a gaming mouse, one that is especially comfortable and easy to handle to avoid getting heat stroke in your wrist.

Of course, we're talking about the HyperX Pulsefire FPS. This is a medium-sized mouse, there's a lot of room for your hand rest on and the curved tips of the left and right clicks are comfortable - I was told that this design helps prevent your fingers from slipping during the heat of the moment, which I didn't really notice was a thing and that says something good about the product.

The rubber grips on the side is also comfortable - again, I was told it was an unsightly thing, but personally, it looks pretty nice.

While most gaming devices out there will blind you with neon lights, the Pulsefire FPS is more reserved by keeping the light solely at the rear end of the mouse. I don't find any issue there and frankly I prefer not to have lights while gaming in the dark.

You can download the NGenuity software, which allows you to customize the Pulsefire FPS from DPI, programming the two left macro buttons, and the RGB lights. It's a pretty straightforward software with decent navigation. You can use the software for other HyperX products like their mechanical keyboards.

It's also worthy to mention that the Pulsefire FPS has a smaller USB jack compared to others I have seen before. And this is a big deal for me as I game in a small and tight space.

The Pulsefire FPS is sleek and barebones. It's not loud and it gives you an excellent performance. Still thinking of spending eight to 10 hours a day to get better at your FPS game? The HyperX Pulsefire FPS is here.

About the author: Stephen Sanchez

Stephen is the source code of awesome. He loves to tinker with stuff that buzz.

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