HyperX Pulsefire Raid Gaming Mouse Review


Conclusion and Verdict

HyperX Pulsefire Raid is probably one of those products that don’t seem to make a lot of noise on the market, but it’s a real game-changer for a specific group of users. I mean all those who play mostly MMORPG games. It’s because you can program multiple actions under eleven different buttons. Even if you don’t play this game genre, you may find the Pulsefire Raid an excellent mouse for gaming and typical daily work. Additional buttons can be programmed for various other shortcuts in popular applications.

The Pulsefire Raid mouse is clearly a high-end mouse designed for high compatibility with various gaming platforms. It works with PC but also gaming consoles like the latest XBOX or Playstation.

The design is meant to provide durability and comfort. Used sensors and switches provide precision and quick response time. Everything the best for demanding gamers.

HyperX Pulsefire Raid costs around $49.99 in the Amazon store. There is a chance you can find it cheaper in other stores, but it’s still not a bad price for a mouse with so many programmable buttons. Most competitive mice cost more.



  • High quality
  • Multi-platform compatibility
  • 11 programmable buttons
  • RGB effects
  • Easy to use NGenuity software
  • Reasonable price


  • Nothing worth to mention


Final words

The HyperX Pulsefire Raid is a very good mouse that I can easily recommend to all demanding gamers, especially those who are into the MMORPG genre. The mouse come equipped with all the best feature, and it’s available at a reasonable price that is a lot lower than most competitive products.

HyperX Pulsefire Raid is one of the best mice I was testing, so it clearly deserves our Editor’s Choice Award!



You can buy the HyperX Pulsefire Raid Gaming Mouse from Amazon for $49.99.


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