We're reviewing HyperX's Pulsefire Core RGB Gaming Mouse.
HyperX's Pulsefire gamer rats have begun to consolidate their position on the market. The design and price of the HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ in our review is what we would call the entry model of the series.
HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ symmetrical design is preferred. This is good for left-handed users, but I can say that the lack of keys on the right side of the mouse leaves a bit of symmetry. If you're right-handed when you take the mouse as if it was produced for left-handed and big-handed users will not like to disappear in your hand. In addition, the HyperX logo on the mouse is illuminated with RGB illumination. Those who do not like the exaggeration of RGB lighting will appreciate it, even if it is at hand. Other than that, there is no scroll wheel or RGB lighting elsewhere.
HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ RGB gaming mouse with the 2 buttons behind the scroll wheel adjust the dpi settings. The upper key dpi increase and the lower key perform dpi reduction.
The HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ RGB gamer mouse cable is braided and 1.8 m long enough. The mouse's USB socket is not in gold-plated appearance, and the cable does not come off.
The HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ provides all the necessary features for gamers who want a solid, comfortable, wired RGB gaming mouse. The Pixart 3327 optical sensor gives players precise, trouble-free tracking without hardware acceleration, and has a native resolution of 6200 DPI. Ergonomically designed, the Pulsefire Core has comfortable, non-slip textured side clutches, and thanks to its symmetrical shape, it is suitable for both palm and finger grip styles. High-quality switches with clear tactile feedback up to 20 million clicks are used.
With HyperG's NGenuity software, we can customize RGB lights, DPI settings and macros for 7 programmable buttons and adjust your mouse exactly as you want. The large slides on the Pulsefire Core allow for precise handling, with controlled gliding without insertion as the mouse moves.
HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ General Features;
- Pixart 3327 optical sensor with native resolution up to 6200 DPI
Comfortable symmetrical design
Seven programmable buttons
Easy customization with HyperX NGenuity written
Large mouse slides for controlled scrolling without stuck
HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ Technical Specifications;
- Sensor: Pixart PAW3327
Resolution: Up to 6200 DPI
DPI presets: 800/1600/2400/3200 DPI
Speed: 220 IPS
Number of Buttons: 7
Durability of Left / Right buttons: 20 million clicks
Backlighting: RGB (16.777.216 colors)
Lighting effects: 1 lighting zone and 4 brightness levels1
Memory on mouse: 1 profile
Connection type: USB 2.0
Cable: 1.8m Braid
Weight (wireless): 87g
Weight (with cable): 123g
Dimensions (L * H * W): 119,30mm * 41,30mm * 63,90mm
The HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ RGB player mouse box is very simple in this way and the contents of the box include only the mouse and 2 Hyperx Gamers brochures.
The HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ RGB gaming mouse is very simple in design and it was designed for the small handed and left-handed user. It can be found at 29$-32$ price range. HyperX Pulsefire Core ™ RGB gaming mouse; I would say that looking for a good gamer mouse at the entry level, although RGB is only used on the logo, it would be a product of choice for users who avoid exaggerated RGB lighting models.