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I used to have a Logitech g303 which was about 90 grams and the tracking on that was bad as It was so light it would keep slipping, I played at 800dpi and 0.085 x and y on fortnite. I decided to go for a heavier mouse and I chose this. It’s aesthetically amazing aswell.!
I have both the hyperx pulsefire and the razer deathadder and I can honestly say the pulsefire is the better option, the censor feels a lot smoother and the side buttons are easy to click the pulsefire is the best mouse for this budget and I would highly recommend it
I've contacted HyperX and so far they are saying it is normal. I had an old Razer Lachesis mouse for around 8-9 years before this mouse and never had any issue or play like this. I bought this mouse as it was recommended by a friend. Plus it's pretty damn cool!
For me I cannot use this mouse for shooter games at all, browsing the web yea, it's fine. To me it's performing like a bog standard Microsoft mouse from back in the day of the first lasers. I've now sent this video to HyperX and await their response.
I put value for money 1/5 as this is what I'd consider a premium mouse and if it is in fact meant to be this way, I would consider the value poor as I need a new mouse, this is not playable for me.
Once I hear back from HyperX I'll change this review if need be, until then I will leave it as is.
Great response from HyperX, mouse was replaced and is working perfectly.
It's just what I want from a mouse, here are a few points which I enjoy the most. 1) It's delightful to look at, the RGB is smooth and bright. 2) It glides on the pad like it's made entirely of semi-melted butter. 3) It's pinpoint accurate, the Pixart 3389 is a joy to behold. Even cruising around windows, you can instantly notice. 4) I've come from the Logitec 403 which was like pushing the House-brick of Notre Dame around the desktop, with that being said, the Pulsefure is aimed at the smaller hand. 5) It has just the right amount of weight, you know it's there but without being taxing on the wrist
I took a risk really, I feel £49.99 is a bit wild for a mouse but I really do feel like I've got something special, everything about it is premium. No-brainer is you're playing fps on the regular.
Last week i managed to snap up the HyperX Alloy Elite RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, for only £62.50 on a day only deal within the black Friday 2 week deals(ruddy bargain!) on Amazon, so i also needed a new mouse so ordered the HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB Gaming Mouse for £29.99 aswell.
Luckily for me the lead from the keyboard just went to the back of where my PC is situated, and even more luckily for me the Elite keyboard comes with a USB pass through so i was able to plug the mouse into that!, with everything working AOK, phew!.
I had a play around with the mouse settings that is quit easy to suss out but i wanted to change the colour to match my PC set up colour(anal i know lol). After going to the HyperX site it forced me to download the HyperX NGenuity app from the Web store ?. Anyway i did that but discovered that this app needs to open ALL the time for the chosen settings to work(there is no way for the app to let you save the settings on the mouses memory ?). Anyway part 2 - I then went back to the HyperX site to get the HyperX NGenuity exe program for my Elite keyboard and to my de-lite i noticed i can change all the colours/settings for the mouse in there as well. So i got red of the stupid "app" version and just used the exe one. For the keyboard and mouse i can now set the 3 option types to my liking and they both save the info in its own memory!. As you can see by the 2 pics i have one for showing off the colour wave light show, and the other purple and green to match my PC RGB when looking through the glass side window.
Love the button on the top to change the DPI speed right away and also holding the same button plus a click of the wheel or the side buttons to change the saved RGB combo/brightness(after setting them up with NGenuity before of coarse).
I am waiting for a big mouse matt but it glides so smooth on the desk top and the pointer on the screen is so precise with the movement(even at the top DPI 3200, amazing)
Its nice mouse, good to hold and so on. But this mouse has tracking problems on certain hard surface mousepads. Tested on 3 different hard pads (glass, aluminum and hard plastic) and on 4 soft cloth pads.
No problems on soft mousepads, but on hard mousepads if you move the mouse fast it jams for a while. Especially when in game you would want to first aim right but then make quick left, the mouse jams for half a second while turning left.
Bought this for 29.99 and clearly this is the best bargain i have ever did!!! Same sensor as Razer's own Deathadder Elite which is absolutely precise. Super comfortable for small to medium sized hands and great for both claw and palm hold. With large skates on the bottom it slides so pleasantly across the mouse pad. Beautiful fully-customisable RGB lightning with 32 separately controlled LED's which you can set from the provided software. Absolute premium feel for this price! Highly recommend this mouse.
I've had this mouse for a few months now. - it works well on my soft cloth mousemat - RBG looks good - I have small hands and this mouse is very comfortable for me to use - feels solid, though it is relatively light if you've used weighted mice in the past - scroll wheel does not skip - good DPI switch options
all in all this is a very good mouse for every day use and casual gaming.
I bought this product when it was 50% off (£29.99) and it was the best value for money purchase I ever made. It’s really comfortable to hold and the material means that you don’t have to worry about sweating. The led’s are really effective and the mouse is super responsive. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a high end gaming or even general use mouse. The software that you download to program it is a little clunky but it’s fairly intuitive so you will get the hang of it quickly.