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Topic: HyperX PulseFire Haste - Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Steve Farrelly
AusGamers Editor
Posts: 9376
Location: Sydney, New South Wales

Sometimes you just want something dedicated to a specific task. Something that excels at what it was designed for and, something that leverages needs and wants as part of its basic and dedicated design setup. With the HyperX PulseFire Haste - Wireless Gaming Mouse you get pretty much that where competitive gaming is concerned.

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The wireless HyperX PulseFire Haste sports a 16,000 DPI sensor and TTC Golden Micro Dustproof Switches for its left and right buttons. There’s a genuine sense of click when using the mouse, in that it feels robust and responsive, if you know what I mean. Like, the mouse helps you assert your trigger finger better than most -- at least that was one of my “gut feel” review takeaway. In this way the Haste feels strong and sturdy. It comes with a 2.4GHz dongle which is very good, as well as an extender cable and USB receiver for the dongle. This allows for anyone with an awkward setup to have the dongle as close to the device as possible for the lowest latency.

And while that’s all well and good, the lack of Bluetooth here, while never as good as a dedicated receiver, still hurts the overall device in terms of options. The Haste is definitely geared as a bit of a specific mouse from a competitive gaming perspective, and is probably one of the best entry points for that world, but it might not suit people who need a mouse with multiple options.
Click here for our HyperX PulseFire Haste - Wireless Gaming Mouse review.
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