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HyperX Pulsefire Dart and Pulsefire Raid gaming mouse on sale

Many times we have commented that when it comes to playing at a high level, the mouse is a fundamental tool and not only because it has good precision (since almost any gaming mouse has excellent precision), but because of the additional capabilities it provides. , such as a latency close to zero or programmable buttons to be able to perform a greater number of actions without having to resort to combinations of keys on the keyboard. For all of this, these HyperX mice will certainly not disappoint.

HyperX Pulsefire Dart Wireless Gaming Mouse

This gaming mouse equips a PixArt PMW3389 optical sensor with up to 16,000 DPI sensitivity, which of course are configurable and can be changed on the fly with the dedicated button. This sensor allows you to move the mouse at a speed of 450 IPS and 50G of acceleration without losing any detail, it has six buttons with configurable Omron switches, and stands out of course for having a wireless connection and even so it provides a latency of 1 ms (1000 Hz polling frequency).

Its battery gives it up to 90 hours of autonomy if we turn off the lighting, but even with the configurable RGB lighting on, the battery lasts 50 hours. In addition, we can recharge it both by cable and with a Qi wireless charging base. Despite being wireless and with a large built-in battery, it is not too heavy, just 110 grams, so it is ideal for any type of games you want to play.

HyperX Pulsefire Raid, for MMO games

HyperX Pulsefire Raid gaming mouse

More specific is this other model, the Raid, which, as its name suggests, is more intended for MMO-type games since it incorporates a side keypad that adds a total of 11 configurable buttons. It equips the same sensor as the previous one, a PixArt PMW3389 with up to 16,000 configurable DPI sensitivity, 450 IPS and 50 G acceleration. The two main buttons are Omron and also its scroll wheel is 4G (it allows lateral movement as well).

In this case, the mouse has a USB 2.0 connection with a braided cable for maximum resistance, but since it does not have a battery it weighs considerably less, only 95 grams, so it is ideal for long gaming sessions without suffering fatigue. Of course it also has rubber side grips to improve its ergonomics, although as you may already suppose it is a mouse designed for right-handed users since the button panel is only on the left side, the right one is empty.

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