HyperX Pulsefire Raid Gaming Mouse Review

Specifications and Features

Features

  • Lightweight 11-button programmable mouse
  • Premium Pixart 3389 Sensor
  • Advanced customization using HyperX NGENUITY software
  • Ergonomic design with comfortable side grips
  • Split-button design for extreme responsiveness
  • Customizable RGB lighting
  • Large skates and flexible braided cable
  • Multi-platform compatibility

 

Specifications

Shape Ergonomic
Sensor Premium Pixart PMW3389
Resolution up to 16,000 DPI
DPI presets 800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI
Speed 450 IPS
Acceleration 50G
Buttons 11
Left / Right button switches Omron
Left / Right button durability 20 million clicks
Backlight RGB (16,777,216 colors)
Light effects 2 RGB lighting zones
Onboard memory 1 profile
Connection type USB 2.0
Polling rate 1000Hz
Cable type Braided
Dimensions L: 127.8 mm
W: 71.0mm
H: 41.5 mm
Cable length 1.8m
Weight (without cable)1 Approximately 95g
Weight (with cable) Approximately 125g
Software HyperX NGENUITY

 

Package and its contents

The Pulsefire Raid arrived in a retail package, which is a small box. The box has about the same design as previously reviewed Pulsefire Haste. The exterior is well-described, so if we buy it in a retail store, then we can know what we are buying without unpacking the product.

Inside the package are a mouse, a quick start guide, and a greeting card. Pretty much all, but I guess that all know how to connect the mouse and use it. Most users will still need additional info about the NGenuity software and the additional functionality of the mouse.

That’s all about the package, and we can move to the mouse description and my experience after a couple of days of usage. Let’s switch to the next page.

 

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