HyperX Pulsefire Core Gaming Mouse Review


The HyperX Pulsefire Core comes in a typical cardboard box with lots of information, specifications, and pictures on it. Inside the box, we find the mouse, a quick-start guide plus two small brochures.

The HyperX Pulsefire Core comes slim symmetrical body with side buttons on the left side, which means it will mainly design for right-handed users. The shape is perfect for both claw and fingertip grip.

The sides are slightly concave which help to grip and pick up the mouse. The right side we see two buttons which poisoned the upper side so they don’t get in the way which gripping the mouse.

The HyperX Pulsefire Core features standard left-right clicks, a scroll wheel, and two DPI shift button. The HyperX logo is the single RGB lighting zone on this mouse.

Under the mouse, we find three large Teflon feet on the top and bottom side, for smooth movement. In the center, we can see the PixArt PAW3327 optical sensor, which is a slightly older sensor compare to newer Pixart PMW 3389. Though the Pixart PAW3327 sensor still very capable and cheaper than 3360, so help to keep costs down.

The cable is braided and it’s 1.8m long.

Size comparison with some other mouses.