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We've a few gaming mouse reviews to get through this week so we might as well dub it Mouse Week at AusGamers. First off the block is a look at the budget oriented HyperX Pulsefire FPS, which offers plug and play simplicity and 3200 DPI accuracy. A solid choice.


In terms of look the HyperX Pulsefire FPS doesn’t stray too far from other mice that aim to do the same thing. In fact, at a glance its virtually identical in both shape and feel to Razer’s popular DeathAdder Elite – but with textured side grips that have a nicer feel than straight-up plastic. And there’s also the more budget-friendly price-point to consider. It’s this classic and simple design that keeps the Pulsefire FPS firmly in the realm of the sort of mouse you can comfortably use for several hours.

Click Here to Read Our Full HyperX Pulsefire FPS Review



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