At the moment, Pulsefire Haste is the only honeycomb mouse in HyperX’s offer. We liked this market trend, which has been growing in recent months, not without a reason because manufacturers decided to limit the weight, and although some of the waves of this trend proved that ” it is possible without holes, “those in the pursuit of the lightest possible mice they will stay with us forever.
|Stylish honeycomb chassis||NGenuity Software bit laggy|
|Ultra-lightweight design||Limited DPI options|
|Added grip tape for grip|
|Low click latency|
Already on the box itself, the HyperX Pulsefire Haste clearly lets us know about its riddled nature. In addition to the mouse, the manufacturer took care of a set of interchangeable sliders and two sets of thick rubber pads to stick to the previously cleaned main wings and side panels.
Would you like them? In that case, the way is clear, but I gave it up myself to evaluate this mouse as best as possible, as the rubber panels separated in such a way make its weight very low.
|HyperX Pulsefire Haste|
|Released||December 31, 2020|
|Button||5 + scroll wheel|
|Dimension||124.2 x 66.8 x 38.2 mm|
|Sensor Model||Pixart PAW3335|
|DPI||200 to 16,000 DPI|
|RGB||Per-LED RGB lighting|
HyperX is one of the few manufacturers whose equipment can be recognized at first glance. Does the same apply to Pulsefire Haste? You have to answer it yourself because, to be honest, The shape and execution are much more important.
As for this, HyperX did not go crazy and opted for the traditional symmetrical form of housing. This one consists of five main elements made of hard black plastic with a matte finish. This one is pleasant to the touch and provides ample grip, but remember that you can increase it with the help of the included rubber panels. The Pulsefire Haste casing, and these sit firmly and have no intention of changing this state. They do not bend; they do not crack, and, most importantly, they do not squeak even in the slightest degree.
Pulsefire Haste has holes practically everywhere because only the side panels managed to avoid them, which may be like, but probably not everyone. The visual additions are limited to the gloss-finished additional buttons or edges crowned with the manufacturer’s subtle gray name on the side panel. You can feel more “wow” effect by straining your eyesight, as through the holes we can see all the electronics in Pulsefire Haste, but thanks to the special half, you do not have to worry that a little water or dust will “kill” this mouse.
At the bottom, we are greeted by four white PTFE sliders with rounded edges and a gap for an optical sensor, fighting for attention with the remaining holes. There is a traditionally gently angled lightweight, easy-to-fit, and relatively thin 180 cm USB-A cable in a fabric braid in the front.
The ergonomics of the symmetrical shape, the main buttons carved in valleys, and large side panels are responsible for the ergonomics. Due to this combination and dimensions of 124.2 x 66.8 x 38.2 mm, this mouse is suitable for any type of grip. Still, it is best suited for finger-tip in finger configurations 1 + 2 + 2 and 1 + 3 + 1 ( as usual, asymmetrical mouse).
Also, be prepared to scratch the pad with your little finger and thumb, which will be useful in such a light mouse, improving control over it. Especially on the fabric with a “quick weave,” this HyperX mouse flies like butter, thanks to its low weight, great glides, and non-obstructing cable.
HyperX proudly boasts that in addition to the design of Pulsefire Haste, the main switches in the form of gold TTC are equally unique, with a durability of up to 60 million activations. Combined with the hard button wings separated from the rest of the housing, these switches perform with flying colors, providing a hard and loud click with high responsiveness and great feedback for the user.
The less impressive but equally effective side buttons are fine, and you’ll love their shallow, zero-one, and confident feel, similar to the roller, which is wrapped with a rubber insert and rests on a good quality bearing. At least, that is how I can judge it because it is surprisingly quiet and does not make weird sounds even when scrolling quickly. HyperX decided that the roller operation would correspond to the character of the mouse itself, which means that it jumps from the bearing rack to the rack perceptibly and lightly and quickly.
The presence of the PMW3335, a variant of the top PMW 3360 sensor on the market, which is most often seen in wireless models, is a bit surprising. However, there is no need to find a second bottom in this, as this sensor works well in practice. With a plus, offering a low LOD of 1.2 mm and no perceptible prediction or high-frequency noise. It may not be the most precise mouse in its price class, but the undemanding ones will have nothing to complain about.
To manage Pulsefire Haste, we use NGenuity software available in the Microsoft Store (in the case of Windows 10), which acts as a HUB because it also includes other compatible brand devices. Thanks to it, we will update the firmware, configure profiles and finally save them in the mouse’s memory.
Going into details, NGenuity devotes exactly three tabs to Pulsefire Haste, which relate to RGB backlight with the possibility of setting the brightness level and selecting several effects, taking into account their frequency, button functions override and adjusting the signal refresh rate or sensor sensitivity at up to five levels (with an assigned color that lights up when the level changes)
Pulsefire Haste will definitely not win our hearts with its backlight because it only comes down to the roller. This can take on the four most popular effects (constant, breathable, color cycle, fading), the desired RGB color, or the brightness level. The roller may illuminate nicely, but it is hard not to assume that threw this LED addition here somewhat forcibly.
The HyperX Pulsefire Haste, currently costing $40, clearly attempts to break business on trends. Still, the manufacturer took the subject seriously. Although it did not revolutionize the segment of perforated mice, it provided us with an alternative to those already available on the market. It is a great choice for players who play dynamic titles, and the absence of any major flaws in this model makes it clear that it deserves recognition and our praise.
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