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HyperX Pulsefire Dart Mouse & Chargeplay Base Review

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Pulsefire DartHyperX is well known for its memory and SSD products and its Cloud headsets.  Recently, their peripheral lineup has grown to include a keyboard and three mice.  Their latest mouse, the Pulsefire Dart, is an understated mouse with an emphasis on long battery life and wireless charging.

Let’s see how it stacks up.

Review Sample Provided by: HyperX

Product Name: Pulsefire Dart

Price at Time of Review: $99.99 USD

Product was given in return for the work done to produce this review

Packaging

The Dart comes packaged in a plain white and red cardboard retail box.  The front, back, and left side show the mouse from different angles, while the right side lists some of the mouse’s specs.

 

Inside the box, the packaging doesn’t get any more exciting.  The mouse is packaged in a plastic shell with a sticker to protect the bottom.  The 2.4 GHz dongle is clipped into the plastic next to the mouse and the accessories are tucked away in a compartment at the bottom of the box.

 

Removing the mouse from the box, we find that there are stickers protecting the shiny plastic surfaces of the smaller buttons.

Accessories

The Pulsefire Dart comes with few accessories asides from its wireless dongle.  You get a USB charging cable, a puck that converts the charging cable into an extension for placing your dongle in a better location, and a quick start guide.

 

Specs

Grip Style:Claw or palm
Sensor:Pixart PMW3389
Resolution:Up to 16000 DPI
DPI Presets:800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI
Speed450ips
Acceleration:50G
Polling Rate:1000 Hz
Buttons:Left and right click, scroll wheel button, forward and back, DPI
Primary Switches:Omron, rated to 50 million clicks
Connection:2.4GHz wireless, USB type C
Rated Battery Life:90 hours with LEDs off or 50 hours LEDs on
ChargingQi, wired
Weight Without Cable:110 g

3.88 oz

Dimensions:Length: 124.8 mm / 4.91″
Height: 43.6 mm / 1.71″
Width: 73.9 mm / 2.91″
Cable length: 1.8 m / 5.91′

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Brendan Shroyer

A lover of unusual tech products and unconventional mods, Brendan loves experimenting with new parts and materials. When he isn't working on a computer, Brendan also builds guitars and works as a stage hand at the local amphitheater.

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