HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro & Fury S Speed Edition Review

👤by Weston Dakin Comments 📅21-10-18
Closer Look (Pulsefire FPS Pro)

The left side of the HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro features a very nice textured grip with a slash style of pattern; this design goes both ways so that there is plenty of grip both horizontally and vertically. The size of the grip area is generous which means there is plenty of room, even if you have slightly larger than average thumbs. Also on this side are the thumb buttons, these arenít small, yet they arenít spacious either.

The right side features the same grip as the left, this side is also spacious and offers great levels of grip.

At the rear, there is a HyperX logo which is one of the areas of illumination. Youíll also see HyperXs ergonomic design as the curvature of the mouse decreases from the left to the right which does help with long-term comfort.

The front of the mouse is nicely shaped, and here you can see the slight flare to the left and right clicks. The clicks are also concaved which helps position your fingers in an optimal position.

At the top you can see the single DPI button as well as the scroll wheel, the scroll wheel features a grip design that we havenít encountered before and is quite unusual.

The underside features two very large glide pads, some information and the centralised Pixart sensor.

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