If that headline doesn't make sense, well let me spell it out for you - cushions. Yeah, instead of the usual rubberised grips you find on the more premium wireless offerings the HyperX Pulsefire Dart
has cushion-y side. For supreme comfort.
The second thing we noticed was that in lieu of rubberised grips for comfort the Pulsefire Dart includes – and this is genuinely exciting – cushion grips. As a lover of rubberised grips, we didn’t even know that you could put cushion-y sides onto a gaming mouse – let alone a wireless one. We’re glad HyperX did though because it adds a new layer of squeezable comfort that once we got used to was hard to let go of. Back to that first thing though, width. Even though the Dart is relatively lightweight at 110 grams, it’s wider than most wireless mice we’ve tested in recent months. It’s a feel that immediately sets it apart from similar efforts from companies like Razer, Logitech, and ASUS – and truth be told was a design choice that we’re still on the fence about.
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As per the introduction the Dart does feature a high-end gaming grade Pixart 3389 sensor, which when coupled with 50-million click Omron switches give the overall click-feel and responsiveness an air of familiarity.