HyperX Kingston Technology has launched its HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse in India at an MRP of INR 3,999. Featuring PixArt 3310 sensor for accurate tracking, Omron switches for fast response times, and 20M click reliability per switch, HyperX’s first gaming mouseis designed to meet the needs of professional and aspiring competitive FPS gamers looking for a precise and consistent gaming mouse. With inputs from top engineers and professional gamers, Pulsefire FPS is the winner of the prestigious 2017 RED DOT AWARDfor design quality and craftsmanship. Starting today, this new HyperX gaming accessory is now exclusively available for a month on Amazon.in and thereafter will be available on major Indian online and retails stores.
“HyperX is a great partner for over five years and we are very happy to now game with the new Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse.” said Ioann “Edward” Sukhariev, NAVI CSGO team member.“The Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse meets our performance needs and has a comfortable design for hours of practice and tournament gaming.”
For serious players, Pulsefire FPS is built with an ergonomic and lightweight design for either palm grip or claw grip action. PulsefireFPS also provides four DPI presets from 400 – 3200 DPI, all available at the touch of a button. Optimal weight distribution and light weight at 95g for rapid movements. Non-slip side grips help secure the mouse securely in your hand. HyperX Pulsefire FPS features Omron switches and six durable, ultra-responsive buttons that give crisp, tactile feedback on every click. HyperX included a flexible braided cable and large mouse skates for effective smooth glide.
“HyperX is excited to offer our first gaming mouse. After extensive testing, our lab developed Pulsefire FPS to deliver the features gamers want at an incredible price point.” said HyperX. “Gamers are looking for HyperX quality and performance for all of their accessory needs, and now with the Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse, HyperX now offers all the required components for the best competitive gaming setup.”