Generally speaking, Pulsefire will not evaluate the FPS, nor does it mean performance or dissatisfaction at the design point. The players will appreciate it in both ways. However, more sensitive users will require additional features. This requires software customization options, but it is not included in the Pulsefire FPS. The lack of programmable keys can also drag users into different options. Because the category is quite extensive. But on behalf of HyperX we can say that it is a good entry point for Pulsefire FPS. Better examples will come out in the future models.
The price of HyperX Pulsefire FPS is 239 TL.
Those who prefer player equipment from the HyperX family of products can easily choose Pulsefire FPS. On the other hand, Pulsefire FPS, which will leave players happy in terms of performance and ergonomics, does not appeal to those who want software.
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The HyperX brand, which Kingston is now strong enough to continue on its own, is known for its hardware accessories and accessories. Particularly known for its RAM and SSD tracks, HyperX also seeks demand with player headsets. HyperX, which already has a new extension with the Alloy FPS keyboard, now adds a mouse to the family. We have the Pulsefire FPS, the first player test of HyperX.
Pulsefire FPS is a model that stands out as a good first example. As soon as we evaluate it with design and ergonomics, we can say that HyperX is a good pre-work product. Pulsefire FPS made specially on the right hand with ergonomics is in a structure suitable for hand washing with sweat reducing material. In addition, the brand has a rubber band underneath the headpick, thus providing both a soft surface and a firm grip.
Pulsefire FPS you connect your computer with 1.8 meters long cable is easily distinguishable from other connected cables with red patterned cable. On the other hand, the cable mixture is prevented by the braided cable.
We also like the lightweight mouse, only 95 grams in weight. In this sense, it is possible to say that the Pulsefire FPS is slightly heavier than the Logitech G Pro of 83 grams. The Pulsefire FPS, which we thought was similar to the Asus Strix Claw we reviewed earlier with the design line, is also close to its dimensions. But we can say it is a little longer than that.
The Pulsefire FPS stands comfortably under the hand, with a total of 6 keys. Three of these are right and left click key. It also has forward and backward buttons under the thumb, and the last key is the sensitivity key. Offering four different sensitivity settings, Pulsefire works at 400, 800, 1600 and 3200 DPI levels. Each sensitivity setting is customized with different color options. So you can see which DPI option you are.
Taking into consideration the plug and play working style, Pulsefire does not use any software. So you do not have any customization options. This includes the standard red color. The phallus has a standard red backlight. With a software, both light and different customization options could be offered.
Pulsefire using the Pixart Sensor 3310 also uses Omron switches for fast reaction times. There is no doubt about Omron that there are up to 20 million clicks. In the performance of the in-game performance you get the money for the materials used.