HyperX Fury S Pro Gaming Mouse Pad
HyperX also sent the Fury S gaming mouse pad for us to use the Pulsefire Surge RGB on top of. The selling points here are, it is enormous, the sides are sewn shut, the surface is cloth, and with many tiny feet, there is no way it will move around.
The back of the box does not offer much, but it does address the overall dimensions, the 4mm thickness, that is is backed with a two-year warranty, and again you can get free tech support.
The top surface of the mouse pad is made of cloth, which has a tight weave, but we see many valleys for the optical sensor to read when the mouse is moved. The bottom-right corner of it has the HyperX name painted on it, but the texture is still there.
To keep the cloth top from lifting or rolling off of the foam rubber core, HyperX has stitched it over and then has stitched those wider stitches to the foam with smaller ones.
The bottom of the mouse pad is made of a sheet of textured rubber, and over that rubber is a pattern of synthetic fibers. What this does it to break up the rubber, offering thousands of little feet rather than a solid rubber pad, which could scuff the desktop over time.
To add perspective as to just how large the Fury S they sent us is, we placed the Pulsefire Surge RGB near the center. We are exaggerating a bit, but it is enormous. Big enough for almost any desktop, and you can game with the mouse and keyboard on top of it, and still have room for snacks and a beverage.
PRICING: You can find the product discussed for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The HyperX Pulsefire Surge - RGB Gaming Mouse, Software Controlled 360° RGB Light Effects & Macro Customization, Pixart 3389 Sensor up to 16,000DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, Mouse Weight 100g (HX-MC002B) retails for $69.50 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB Gaming Mouse retails for £52.00 at Amazon UK.
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