Gaming mice tend to go one of two ways: Toss in everything but the kitchen sink and let the user decide how to tweak it (like the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum does), or make a device that’s as easy to use as it is to plug in. The $50 Kingston HyperX Pulsefire mouse is distinctly in the latter category.
While it’s a simple mouse, both in appearance and functionality, it’s also an excellent choice for the price. Although the lighting pattern is a little hard on the eyes and the customization options are severely limited, the Pulsefire is a comfortable, no-nonsense mouse that you can plug in and use almost instantly with any game.
At 4.5 x 2.8 x 2.4 inches, the Pulsefire is large ergonomic mouse that’s designed for right-handed players. Both claw and palm grips work just fine, although I found that the peripheral, due to its height, favored the latter grip slightly. The left side has a thumb groove, and both sides feature rubberized textures in order to keep your hand in one place.
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