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Releasing late last year, the HyperX Pulsefire Core offers a budget-oriented RGB gaming mouse to gamers that once unpacked and plugged in performs in a lot of ways like its more premium brethren.

A snippet from our review.
From our own past experience and testing here, the Pixart 3327 sensor used performs great and on par for regular usage and day-to-day less-intensive gaming than some of the more higher end gaming mice. In fact the click feel is almost identical to HyperX’s more premium mice too, with Omron switches that feel natural to the touch. Throw in the braided cable it’s clear that HyperX has created a pretty impressive and affordable gaming mouse. One that doesn’t sacrifice performance for a lower price-point. Something that if mishandled, could potentially tarnish the brand.

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