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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:43pm 21/06/18 | 0 Comments
The HyperX Pulsefire Surge takes just about everything from the first Pulsefire and brings it into the realm of high-end performance thanks to the new Pixart sensor. Then there’s the new RGB lighting, symmetrical design and simple-to-use HyperX NGenuity software.

At first glance and even after connecting it up for the first time, there was a sense that the Pulsefire Surge was simply the Pulsefire FPS version 2.0 - but with added RGB lighting. As HyperX have been kind of late-to-the-party when it comes to RGB flourishes on their peripherals that hasn’t stopped the hardware maker from, well, killing it. Where it now finds itself not only the peripheral maker of choice for several esports professionals but also gamers too. Long story short, we were wrong. The new symmetrical and lightweight design of the Pulsefire Surge is clearly aimed at both professional and amateur gamers that play competitively.

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