HyperX is gearing up for the holiday for a pair of of new ultra-lightweight mice. The Pulsefire Haste will feature the same honeycomb hex shell design as previous iterations, but feature (to use their parlance), “Pure virgin-grade PTFE skates”. When we stop giggling at whatever in the world that means beyond extra slippery feet, the mouse also features a braided ultra-flexible paracord mouse cable, Golden Micro switches with a 60 million click durability, and DPI between 400 and 3200 (wiht a native tracking level of 16,000 DPI) thanks to a Pixart 3335 sensor. These lightweight design (just 59 grams) should offer solid breathability while remaining lightweight.
The new Pulsefire Haste comes in black and red, and white and pink, and will feature the full RGB bells and whistles, macro assignments, button assignments, and whatnot you’ve come to expect, courtesy of the HyperX NGENUITY software.
You’ll be able to grab one for yourself for $49.99 right about…now! Get your own splash of color right here and try it for yourself.
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