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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.

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