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HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse Review

By: Chad Sebring | Mice in Peripherals | Posted: Apr 24, 2017 10:15 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%Manufacturer: HyperX

HyperX FURY S Pro Gaming Mouse Pad




HyperX also sent along the HyperX FURY S Pro Gaming Mouse Pad for us to test the Pulsefire FPS on. This is the largest of four versions, where it arrives 900mm wide and 420mm deep. We also see mentions of the seamless anti-fray stitching, the superior fabric was chosen for optimal precision, its comfort and stability, and can be easily rolled up to go anywhere you take the mouse.





On the back, we find out that the mouse pad is 4mm thick, and it too comes with a two-year warranty and free tech support. While they may be upside down, on the side, we do see the logos of Intel Extreme Masters ESL, SK Gaming, ECHO FOX, and NRG, which are teams which HyperX supports.




The cloth chosen for the top of the mouse pad is a fine weave of nylon which leaves raised bumps with shallow valleys between the weaves. The colors applied to the fabric are thin enough that they do not change the ability of the sensor to read over them.




Many know by now that foam pads tend to lift around the edges, and while many will thermally seal the edges, we know that doesn't work out long term either. HyperX chose to encase the sides in what looks like yarn, and that has been heavily stitched to the foam and cloth, ensuring the edges will always stay together.




This is the first time we have ever seen a pad that looked like this under it. Most use the foam and pattern it, but in the FURY S, there is a mesh of thin stands which are weaved around egg-shaped rubber sections to make certain that this huge mouse pad will not move around under the mouse.




Both so we could view the entire mouse pad, as well as adding perspective to the enormity of the FURY S, we placed the mouse in the center and snapped this image. With a lower DPI, we need lots of room, and users would have no issues supporting both the mouse as well as the keyboard on top of it. At this time, we do not know the cost, but its predecessor the Fury Pro, in this size, is roughly $34.

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