HyperX Pulsefire Dart Overview
The HyperX Dart is what I would call a medium-sized mouse which is made for gamers who use a palm or claw grip. The mouse itself is all black with some glossy elements and the only thing that lets you know it is a HyperX product is the HyperX logo on the palm rest. For those wondering about weight the Dart weighs in at 110g.
Taking a look at the mouse from the side we can see the design of the mouse with a decently-large hump that gradually slops down towards the front and has a more direct slope towards the back. This design as I said you be very comfortable for those who use a claw or palm grip. The left side of the mouse has a nice rubberized grip on it as well as two buttons. The opposite side of the mouse is also rubberized, but there aren’t any buttons on the right side.
On the top of the mouse you have the two main buttons, a rubberized scroll wheel, and a smaller button, which is typically used for a DPI cycle or switch. So in total you have six programmable buttons. HyperX is making use of OMRON switches for the main button, which are known for their durability. Each of the main buttons is concave so your fingers should sit comfortably on them. At the front of the mouse you’ll find a USB Type-C connection which can be used with the included cable to either charge the mouse or use it in wired mode.
Looking at the palm rest on the mouse you can see that the left side of the mouse extends out further than the right side, which means this mouse is definitely made for right-handed gamers.
At the bottom of the mouse you’ll find two smaller, and one larger mouse feet, which should help the mouse glide effortlessly across your gaming surface. As far as the sensor goes HyperX is using the Pixart PMW3389 which is a 16000 DPI optical sensor. Right beside the senor is an on / off switch, which will of course turn the mouse on or off.