HyperX Pulsefire Dart review
In addition to being HyperX's first foray into wireless mice, the Pulsefire Dart is also the company's most comfortable and responsive mouse yet.
- Split-design mouse buttons are reliable and responsive
- Wider body and leatherette grips make for a more comfortable grip
- Qi wireless charging is a useful addition
- Scroll wheel feels a little plasticky
It's been just five years since HyperX branched out from its origins as the gaming-focused offshoot of storage brand Kingston to a fully-fledged PC peripheral manufacturer. From high-performance gaming headsets to multi-purpose mechanical keyboards, the company has covered a whole lot of ground in a relatively short span of time.
There was one notable gap in HyperX's line-up, however: a wireless mouse. While the likes of the HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB and HyperX Pulsefire Core are excellent mice in their own right, folks who prefer the freedom of cutting the cord were left wanting.
Until now, that is. The HyperX Pulsefire Dart is HyperX's first wireless mouse, and I'm happy to say it was worth the wait.
- Wider build provides more stability
- Leatherette grips on each side provide extra control
- Subdued design suitable for both home and office environments
- Split-button design ensures fast and responsive clicks
- Solid battery life
- 16,000 DPI sensor tracks well
- HyperX's first wireless mouse delivers the goods
- Three on-board profiles allow for DPI and RGB switching on-the-fly
- Qi wireless charging is a handy addition
Pricing and availability
- Price: RRP $199
- Where to buy: Scorptec, PC Case Gear