Product on Review: Pulsefire FPS Pro & Fury S Speed Edition Mouse Mat
Pulsefire FPS Pro Street Price: £49.98 GBP / $59.99 US / $89.00 AUS
Fury S Street Price: £29.99 GBP / $29.99 US / $35.00 AUS
The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro is aimed at those that value performance without the accompanying premium price tag. Priced at under £50 in the UK ($59.99 US / $89.00 AUS) HyperX haven’t skimped on the internals or the sensor. The Pulsefire FPS PRO uses a Pixart 3389 optical sensor, this choice is surprising, as most others tend to use a Pixart 3360. This selection benefits the end user as the 3389 doesn’t use hardware acceleration, which is supposed to provide reliable performance and precision. The Pulsefire FPS Pro also utilises a 1000Hz polling rate, Omron switches as well as the other usual suspects such as RGB illumination, software control, an ergonomic design and textured rubberised side grips.
The Fury S Speed Edition is available in four different sizes to suit multiple preferences and desk sizes. On hand today we’ll be looking at the largest offering which is the extra large, it also comes in large (450mm x 400mm), medium (360mm x 300mm) and finally small (290mm x 240mm). You can also pick up either the standard edition or a Cloud9 edition if you’re a fan of their eSports team. What is worth noting though is that the standard is optimised for precision whereas the Speed and Cloud9 edition are tailored towards speed, so if you do want a more precise surface, you don’t get a design with all the flourishes. Sizing and surfaces aside the Fury S utilises seamless stitching all around it as well as a rubberised underside.
Hyper X on the Pulsefire FPS and Fury S:
Pro-level gamers know that if you’re not improving, you’re just a stepping stone for someone who is, and the same goes for your gear. Upgrade your mouse to the HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB Gaming Mouse and give your setup a shot of RGB style and headshots to anyone foolhardy enough to drop near you. The Pulsefire FPS Pro uses the premium Pixart 3389 sensor, which is capable of tracking at up to 16,000 DPI with no hardware acceleration, to give you the reliable precision you need to hit your shots before your enemy lines up theirs. The ergonomic design is crafted to comfortably fit in your hand and not slip when victory is on the line. Set up your mouse just the way you like with its six programmable buttons in the easy-to-use HyperX NGenuity software, and save your config directly to the onboard memory. Omron switches provide crisp, tactile feedback so you’ll know that your clicks have been registered. Extra-large skates give the Pulsefire FPS Pro a solid base for smooth, controlled gliding that allows you to both track and flick with ease.
HyperX™ FURY S Pro Gaming Mouse Pad has seamlessly stitched anti-fray edges to give you a flat and uniform surface. Whether you prefer speed or precision, the densely woven fabric pad provides a surface that feels smooth to the touch and is optimised for your preference. HyperX FURY S features a soft cloth surface for wrist comfort and a textured natural rubber underside designed to hold fast when the action gets frenetic. FURY S comes in four sizes to fit your setup and can be rolled up for easy portability.