Glorious might not be the biggest name in gaming peripherals, but with devices like the Model O, it might not stay that way for long. HyperX has really made a name for itself over the past few years in the gaming peripherals market, and the Pulsefire Haste continues that reputation, delivering a strong all-round gaming mouse that will suit many gamers perfectly. This isn’t a device that you’re going to struggle to find in a darkened gaming den. If a third board is going on your stack, align it next. There’s no weighting system here to slow the mouse down and, simply put, fans of medium and light weight mice are going to be heaven – and especially so if they have a penchant for fast gaming genres like FPS. For memory, 8GB of RAM should be the bare minimum (unless you’re going really cheap), and 16GB is a better mark to aim for in a modern gaming system.
If you already own Corsair RGB gaming gear, you’ll be pleased to know they can all synchronize together to create a personalised light show as well. RGB lighting zones as well. Then factor in the Kain’s AIMO illumination engine, which can sync with other AIMO-compatible devices, its advanced Owl-Eye optical sensor that lets you ramp things up to 16,000 DPI, its adjustable lift-off distance, and its really well positioned price point (£62.99 in the UK), and its easy to see why this mouse impressed us so much during review. For your needs, look into Sony, Philips, and Analog Devices, Motorola, and others. Mac II and Quadra – analog (49.7 KHz H, 74.55 Hz V – 832×624) 15 pin. If you want a highly versatile gaming mouse for multiple genres then consider the Razer Naga Pro. 10. The HyperX Pulsefire Haste gaming mouse is a great choice for gamers who like a light weight. If you’re shopping with a mid-range budget and prefer light rodents, then the HyperX Pulsefire Haste is a strong choice. Light and boasting a stand-out design, the Glorious Model O is a great gaming mouse choice. In the hand the Kain 120 AIMO is incredibly shiftable at speed, almost certainly down to its very light weight of just 89 grams.
You can find out more this rodent in T3’s Roccat Kain 120 AIMO guide, while to see how it fares against our pick for the best budget gaming mouse, be sure to scope out our Roccat Kain 120 AIMO vs Corsair Sabre RGB comparison feature. Aren’t too fussed about loads of fancy RGB lighting. The honeycomb outer shell that helps the mouse get to that low weight won’t be to everyone’s tastes, but it is at least very customisable – you get a wealth of colourful lighting options for the top, bottom, and sides of the mouse, and even the scroll wheel gets its own illumination. This chassis, along with the classy black and white colourways, and simply lush brushed metal button divider, makes the Kain incredibly pleasing to the eye – and that’s even with zero AIMO illumination. What is already there is sufficient to listen to music, to chat with your friends or even watch movies with a passable audio sound quality. There are cheaper gaming mice, but they’re not as much fun as this. There are very many LCD modules. If a lightweight, ergonomic mouse is what you are looking for the Roccat Kone Pure Ultra will be a great choice.
Designed for right-handers, the $70 Basilisk V3 retains the identical flared and textured thumb rest, iconic thumb paddle, and split mouse button design of the V2. The Roccat Kone Pure Ultra is a comfortable, supportive mouse with rounded edges and concaves in the sides to rest your thumb and little finger in. These custom-designed Omron mechanical switches have been installed higher up in the Kain’s chassis for greater immediacy of actuation which, along with an intelligent algorithm in the Kain’s firmware that improves signal processing speed, allows mouse clicks to be registered 16ms faster. It’s super accurate thanks to a Pixart PAW3335 16,000 DPI sensor, and boasts the sort of open honeycomb chassis design that the Glorious Model O made famous. DPI is up to 19,000 and everything is completely customisable via the Kone software. The companion Ngenuity software isn’t the best in class, but it does the job just fine, allowing you to tweak DPI settings and select your lighting profile among other things.
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