HyperX Pulsefire FPS Released Today, Company's First Gaming Mouse
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Today, HyperX released the Pulsefire FPS, the company's first gaming mouse. It's touted as a professional-level peripheral, equipped with a PixArt 3310 optical sensor and Omron switches that can sustain up to 20 million clicks. This mouse is priced at $50, making it competitively priced among other gaming mice.
The following is a list of other specifications and features for the Pulsefire FPS:
- Right-handed fit
- Two additional side buttons
- Sequential DPI switch with four settings (400, 800, 1600, and 3200 DPI)
- Rubber grips on each side
- Red backlighting
- Six-foot braided cord
- Weight: 95 grams / 3.35 ounces (mouse only), 120 grams / 4.23 ounces (including cord)
HyperX is the gaming-focused division of Kingston. HyperX currently has three lines of headsets: the Cloud Stinger, Cloud, and Cloud Revolver, with the latter being the high-end offering. It also offers a mechanical keyboard, the Alloy FPS, that is available now and comes with either Cherry MX Blue, Brown, or Red switches.
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