HyperX Pulsefire Haste Gaming Mouse Review

Gaming mice. They are kind of like shrimp, and you will know what I mean if you have seen the movie Forrest Gump. There’s 2-button mice, RGB and non-RGB mice, wired and wireless mice, left-handed, right-handed, and ambidextrous. You name it, there is probably a gaming mouse based on it. One of the newest types of gaming mice however, is the lightweight mouse. We have seen quite a few mice in the past that offer adjustable weights, but only recently have we seen the shift to lightweight mice. In this review, we are looking at the HyperX Pulsefire Haste. With a weight of just 59 grams and a super flexible USB cable, this mouse is poised to remove all restrictions from your mouse movements, and put you in full control of your game.

Special thanks to HyperX for providing the Pulsefire Haste review sample!


Shape Symmetrical
Sensor Pixart PAW3335
Resolution Up to 16000 DPI
DPI Presets 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 DPI
Speed 450ips
Acceleration 40G
Buttons 6
Left / Right buttons switches TTC Golden Micro Dustproof Switch
Left / Right buttons durability 60 million clicks
Light effects Per-LED RGB lighting1
Onboard memory 1 profile
Polling rate 1000Hz
Cable type HyperFlex USB Cable.
Connection type USB 2.0
Skate material Virgin-grade PTFE
Weight (without cable) 59g
Weight (with cable) 80g
Dimensions Length: 124.2mm
Height: 38.2mm
Width: 66.8mm
Cable length: 1.8m


The Pulsefire Haste comes to us in HyperX’s standard black, white and red retail packaging, with an overhead view of the mouse on the front of the box. Various callouts and graphics indicate that this is an ultra-lightweight mouse that offers RGB lighting, a HyperFlex cable, and compatibility with not only PCs, but PlayStation and Xbox.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste

The backside of the box highlights the mouse with a few additional images and features in multiple languages.

HyperX Pulsefire Haste