HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse Review

Today, we’re writing this HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review discussing the wireless alternative to the famous Pulsefire Haste. 

The Pulsefire Haste wired version is a favourite among eSport gamers. So this wireless version is something most people will appreciate and naturally check out. Aside from that, it’s also an ideal option for users searching for the most bang for their buck. 

The wireless mouse may be a bit lacking in some features. However, it still isn’t short in terms of its build, function, and efficiency. It’s a gaming mouse that can provide casual and hardcore gamers with a competitive edge. 

If you find the product interesting or think it’s a good fit for your needs, don’t worry. Continue reading our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review to learn more about the product’s design, build, features, performance, etc.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse Packaging

Before anything else, let’s start this HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review by looking at the mouse’s packaging and contents. 

Our Pulsefire Haste arrived in a standard-looking cardboard box with a few essential details on the package. In front, you’ll find an image of the product, its name, the company’s branding, its primary features, and its compatibility. 

Inside the box, you’ll find the Pulsefire Haste with a few other inclusions. These are the wireless dongle, a USB-C charging cable, and a quick start guide. The company also added some grip tape and extra PTFE skates for the Pulsefire Haste’s base. 

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse Review – Design and Functionality

We went for the black-coloured Pulsefire Haste. Though if you’re not into this shade, you can opt for the white mouse instead. 

This mouse has a nice matte plastic shell plus honeycomb-shaped cutouts along its bottom and top. HyperX’s logo is on the left part of the mouse towards the front. Then, one RGB zone is within the scroll wheel. 

Visually, it looks similar to the original Pulsefire Haste. 

Of course, we also looked into the mouse’s build quality for our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review. All we can say is it looks and feels outstanding. 

There weren’t any rattles when we shook the mouse, and we only noticed minor squeaking when we squeezed it forcibly. HyperX also claims the mouse is rated IP55, thus, protecting it against dust and water. It’s one of the best ratings for a gaming mouse, and we appreciate HyperX for including this.

The Pulsefire Haste sports a symmetrical shape that offers comfort for right or left-handed users. However, its side buttons are on the left side of the Pulsefire Haste only. Additionally, it sports an almost universal shape ideal for different hand sizes with any grip type. 

For the mouse’s feet, we consider them superb. These feet have an ideal thickness that works well with their rounded edges. Plus, it allows the Pulsefire Haste to glide smoothly on desks and mousepads. 

Grip tapes for both the top and side buttons are easy to apply. Plus, we love that it doesn’t leave any sticky and gross residue once you’re finished. 

We continuously checked the mouse for our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review. Here, we learned you’re allowed to arrange up to five customised CPI settings for each profile. 

What’s nice about it is you can easily switch between them via the dedicated CPI button. You can find it behind the mouse’s scroll wheel. 

The connectivity of the Pulsefire Haste is also a straightforward feature thanks to the 2.4GHz USB-A dongle. You also have a USB-C charging cable that can be useful when necessary. With only a single charge of the mouse, you can last 100 hours with continuous use. 

Key Features of the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse

What makes this wireless mouse great? Is it better than the wired version? Let’s find out by discussing its key features in our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review.

Lightweight Hex Shell Design

The Pulsefire Haste has a honeycomb shell that reduces weight without compromising durability. Its open mesh design allows for better airflow and ventilation.

HyperFlex USB Cable

The HyperFlex USB cable uses a light paracord material that reduces tension and resistance. So when you’re gaming, you can move your mouse with ease.

TTC Golden Micro Dust-proof Switches

TTC Golden  Micro switches are dust-proof and offer around 60 million satisfying tactile clicks. 

100% Virgin-grade PTFE Skates

The pure PTFE low-friction skates allow for effortless gliding while increasing the mouse’s responsiveness. The Pulsefire Haste also comes with replacement skates in case they wear out.

Grip Tape

If you want added comfort and control, HyperX included grip tape in the Pulsefire Haste’s package. It’s for the left & right buttons and the side of the mouse.

Customisable via HyperX NGENUITY Software

NGENUITY Software provides simple customisation settings for the mouse’s DPI, RGB lighting, macros, and button assignments.

PixArt 3335 Sensor                                       

The PixArt 3335 sensor balances weight and performance. Also, it detects up to 16000 DPI for responsive tracking when aiming at your targets.

Responsive Split-button Design

Wherever you click, the Pulsefire Haste’s split button design offers a consistent feel on the entire button. This design helps the mouse detect both light and heavy clicks.

Compatible with Multiple Platforms

You can use the Pulsefire Haste on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Specifications

The specifications of every product are vital, so we’re discussing these here in our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review. 

The mouse sports an asymmetrical shape and has a PixArt 3335 sensor. It has a resolution of up to 16000 DPI plus 400/800/1600/3200 DPI presets. 

The Pulsefire Haste has 450 IPS and a 40G acceleration. Then it has six buttons and even left/right TTC button switches with 60M clicks. 

This mouse has a lighting effect per LED RGB, one onboard memory profile, plus a 1000Hz polling rate. 

HyperX makes use of the HypeprFlex USB cable with a 2.0 USB connection. Its skates use virgin-grade PTFE material allowing the mouse to glide smoothly on your desk or mousepad.

For its measurements, the Pulsefire Haste measures 59g without the cable, while with it, it’s 80g. The mouse measures 124.2 x 38.2 x 66.8mm (L x H x W) with a 1.8m long cable. 

Keep in mind the Pulsefire Haste is compatible with Windows, and all its default buttons work on the macOS. However, you won’t find a compatible software version for macOS.  

Hands-on with the HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse 

After unboxing the product, we tried using it and customising settings via its free software. So we’re sharing how well it performed in our HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse review.  

The HyperX NGENUITY is where you customise the Pulsefire Haste, and it’s downloadable from HyperX’s website or the Microsoft Store. This software offers a range of customisation options for specific buttons and macro combinations. Also, its interface is clean, simple, and easy to navigate, so finding your way through the software isn’t troublesome.

NGENUITY lets you customise profiles, macros, and RGB lighting settings for all HyperX accessories. The software has a lot of available presets. It also sends a notification on your current DPI level when you cycle through them.

When we tested the Pulsefire Haste, we first noticed its wireless performance. Since HyperX built this mouse with eSports in mind, its 2.4GHz signal offered a low latency connection. Its connection was excellent throughout our tests and had no lag and delay.

We played various MMO and FPS titles with this mouse, and everything worked well.

Holding and gripping this wireless mouse felt great, but using it was better. Its buttons had tactile clicks, the scroll wheel felt good, and it delivered a quick response time.

Although the Pulsefire Haste’s click latency was good, it was still slightly higher than other similarly-priced gaming mice. It’s not ideal for competitive or fast-paced games, but it’s more than enough for casual gaming and daily use.

This wireless mouse uses the same PixArt 3335 sensor as the wired version. Thanks to that, it tracked movement at 450 IPS accurately. It has up to a 2mm lift-off distance above the surface, making it great for drag-clicking.

When it came to the RGB lights, the Pulsefire Haste didn’t use much RGB, making it look understated. The lighting mostly acted as an accent, which is excellent if you’re not a fan of this feature. The touch of light is only around the scroll wheel, which looked great with the mouse’s honeycomb body.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless Mouse Review Summary

The wireless Pulsefire Haste has most of the great features of its wired version. It also has a honeycomb design and a lightweight body. But since it cuts the cord, it loses its budget-friendly price.

This version of the Pulsefire Haste is an impressive mouse. It delivers excellent performance that’s great for casual gaming and general tasks. And even with its lightweight body, it has a robust construction that can withstand prolonged periods of intense gaming. 

Overall, it’s one of the best wireless mice on the market, and we highly recommend it.

To learn more about the Pulsefire Haste, check HyperX’s official product page for more information.