The HyperX Pulsefire Haste is even more stunning with all-new colour variants.
One of the biggest sponsors and leaders in the gaming and esports scene, HyperX, wants to bring more to their ultra lightweight, honeycomb shell gaming mouse. This is why they are introducing two additional new colours for gamers to have their own personal touch with their mouse, without sacrificing performance. The two new colourways are black and red and white and pink; this does not mean the black and blue, original colour set will disappear.
The HyperX team has thought a lot about how gamers can express themselves while offering a premium gaming experience. Mouse manager, Jennifer Ishii, offers insight into the project, “The new colourways provide users with more colour choices and offer the same comfort and quality in an ultra-lightweight design created for top gaming performance.”
One of the most annoying things about a wired mouse is that it can get caught on something on the table or the friction creates a lot of drag, causing players to miss their shots. The Pulsefire Haste was smartly designed to reduce this issue with its wired cord, the HyperFlex USB cable, that counters this problem with its light and flexible and paracord material.
The friction underneath the mouse can typically have a massive lag from performing flick shots in games like Call of Duty or Fortnite. Hitting flick shots in first-person shooters (FPS) is one of the best feelings in the world, missing them can spell a barrage of hateful comments and a sad loss. This is where HyperX shines with the reworked low-friction, pure-virgin-grade PTFE skates that improve the way the mouse glides, allowing gamers to make the shots that matter.
The mouse possesses the capabilities to endure about 60 million clicks with its TTCGolden Micro Dustprooof switches. If you need some quick buttons for abilities or quick weapon swapping, the Pulsefire Haste has got you with its six programmable buttons. These buttons can be specific to the game you’re playing too. The downloadable software, HyperX NGENUITY, provides a way to save custom mouse button binds to each particular game a user wants to set it to. No more trying to scramble to hit the “recall” button on your keyboard in League of Legends or hitting the wrong key to switch weapons in Apex Legends.
Accuracy is huge with a mouse and also, finding the right sensitivity is important and varies in comfortability from user-to-user. This is why the Pulsefire Haste comes with the standard four DPI settings: 400, 800, 160 and 3,200 DPI—but since it is built with the Pixart 3335 sensor to offer an accuracy boost, it can be set up to 16,000 DPI. Another preference for gamers is what colour RGB-lighting they want. This mouse gives many options in this department too.
Gamers can purchase the HyperX Pulsefire Haste in the HyperX U.S. and Canadian shop online now. They cost $49.99 USD and $69.99 CAD. The holidays are right around the corner, the time to upgrade is now!