HyperX starts shipping the Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse worldwide

While Kingston Technology has been known to manufacture flash memory products, its subsidiary HyperX produces computer accessories such as keyboards and mice. Today, the company has kicked off the shipment for its HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse to customers worldwide.

The mouse's tracking capability is powered by the Pixart 3389 sensor. The device also includes Omron switches featuring a lifespan of 20 million clicks, six programmable buttons, and internal memory that lets you create up to three custom profiles through the HyperX NGenuity software. The mouse is also set at three different DPI (dots per inch) presets: 800, 1600, and 3200 DPI.

Here's the complete list of specs and dimensions for the Pulsefire FPS Pro:

  • Resolution: up to 16,000 DPI
  • Speed: 450ips
  • Acceleration: 50G
  • Buttons: 6
  • Backlight: RGB (16,777,216 colors)
  • Light effects: 1 RGB lighting zone and 4 brightness levels
  • Connection type: USB 2.0
  • Polling rate: 1000Hz
  • Cable type: Braided
  • Cable length: 1.8m
  • Weight (without cable): 95g
  • Weight (with cable): 130g
  • Length: 127.60mm
  • Height: 41.90mm
  • Width: 71.10mm

On the ergonomic side, HyperX says that the gaming mouse is easy to handle with its lightweight design, non-slip side grips and large mouse skates that provide a smooth glide when you move it around a mouse pad.

Marcus Hermann, senior business manager at HyperX, said:

Our goal was to complement the HyperX suite of gaming peripherals, offering a combination of performance and customization for professional and enthusiast gamers alike. The Pulsefire FPS Pro meets performance needs and has a comfortable design for hours of gaming.

The gaming mouse can be purchased through HyperX's retail outlets for $59.99 with a two-year warranty.

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