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HyperX Pulsefire Surge - RGB Wired Gaming Mouse with Pixart 3389 Sensor 🖱️ up to 16000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, Ergonomic Design, Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7 - Black Review




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Connectivity TechnologyUSB
Compatible DevicesCompatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7
SeriesPulsefire Surge
Movement Detection TechnologyOptical

Description of HyperX Pulsefire Surge - RGB Wired Gaming Mouse with Pixart 3389 Sensor 🖱️ up to 16000 DPI, 6 Programmable Buttons, Ergonomic Design, Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7 - Black

Introducing the HyperX Pulsefire Surge: Your Ultimate Customization Programmable Solution

Are you searching for the perfect gaming accessory to elevate your gaming experience? Look no further than the HyperX Pulsefire Surge. This cutting-edge product from the Game Hardware category combines sleek design, advanced technology, and unrivaled customization options to take your gaming to new heights.

Unleash the Power of Dynamic RGB Effects

Experience gaming like never before with the HyperX Pulsefire Surge's innovative Light Ring, providing mesmerizing 360-degree RGB effects. Immerse yourself in a stunning visual display that enhances every move, every action, and every victory. With its vibrant and customizable lighting, the Pulsefire Surge sets the stage for an unforgettable gaming adventure.

Elevate Your Performance with Precision and Reliability

The HyperX Pulsefire Surge is equipped with a state-of-the-art Pixart 3389 sensor, boasting a native DPI up to 16,000. This advanced sensor technology ensures pixel-perfect accuracy, allowing you to aim with precision and react swiftly in the heat of battle. Coupled with Omron switches rated for an impressive 50 million clicks, this gaming peripheral is built to withstand even the most intense gaming sessions, providing you with the reliability you need to dominate the competition.

Seamless Customization at Your Fingertips

With the HyperX NGenuity software, customizing your gaming experience has never been easier. Take full control of your Pulsefire Surge, personalizing the lighting effects, DPI settings, button configurations, and more. Tailor your setup to match your unique style and preferences, and unlock the full potential of this remarkable gaming peripheral.

Who Will Benefit from the HyperX Pulsefire Surge?

The HyperX Pulsefire Surge is an exceptional choice for gamers of all skill levels. Whether you're a professional esports player seeking ultimate precision or a casual gamer looking to elevate your gaming experience, this product is designed to meet your needs. Its versatility makes it a valuable asset for both laptop bags, cases, and sleeves, as well as other computer accessories and peripherals. So, no matter where you go or what setup you have, the HyperX Pulsefire Surge is ready to accompany you on your gaming journey.

  • Gaming tournaments
  • Home gaming setups
  • Esports arenas
  • Internet cafes
  • Gaming conventions
  • Light Ring provides dynamic 360 degree RGB effects. Pixart 3389 sensor with native DPI up to 16,000. Reliable Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks. Easy customization with HyperX NGenuity software. Onboard memory to store customizations. Large skates for easy gliding.



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    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    Perfect product for any user!

    In combination with a top-end keyboard from hypers, it looks bombastic. Everyone writes that the software is raw, it's not, everything is installed, ated and saved without bugs. To whom it is not clear on the site of hyperers (HyperX) there are video tutorials on setting up the software. Software for mouse and keyboard (HyperX Alloy Elite RGB) is the same. The sensor is very good, I say that when playing on bloody v5 and reseeding on this mouse, I went nuts from the smoothness of accuracy…

    • The sensor, it’s true, is the top-end pixart 3389 at the moment. You understand this when you start giving out in action games (and I have a lot of experience, my uncle is 30+ years old, I started with cs 1.2) Omron switches for 50 million clicks, a pleasant click sound . Buttons do not play. The backlight is good, beautiful, who does not fumble in mice, obviously think that her price is more than 10k. (well I would say)
    • Everything is individual, but the grip of the mouse is a little uncomfortable for ME, the little finger either lies on the carpet, or close to the mouse and then starts to hurt. I think you need to GET USED and pick up your grip, because I don’t play much (you can’t lose much with a small child, yeah). The downside is that there is no way to immediately try on the mouse before PURCHASING it, I realized this when I started choosing a mouse, but this is the case with all mice from top manufacturers and more expensive than 4k, the exception is the same bloody, which I will never take again with their crooked software. P. S: I'm ating my review about the inconvenience of the grip. As I wrote, you need to get used to it, because. before that there was a different mouse and the grip was different. Now I have no inconvenience, with a finger and a grip.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    Everything in the product suited me, the price is generally perfect.

    The mouse is very comfortable, I spend almost the whole day at the computer, my hand does not get tired at all, my fingers too. It sits well in the hand, pleasant to the touch, clicks are not annoying. The software is not "wow", but simple and understandable. The first couple of days, for some reason, the profiles were not saved in the mouse, and after turning off / on the computer they flew off, now everything has become normal. I got used to the wheel in a week, otherwise there are no…

    • - Very nice ergonomics, fits well in the hand, regardless of the grip, this is the most important thing for me. - Pleasant plastic, on the sides it is more "tenacious". Fingers do not strain when lifting the mouse. - Assembled with high quality, nothing backlash. - Very bright illumination due to the large number of LEDs around the entire contour of the mouse. Detailed customizable lighting. - Pleasant sound click, slightly specific. The RMB and LMB themselves were very pleased with the hardness of pressing: they are quite soft, but it does not work because the finger is on the button. - No complaints about the operation of the sensor (I use a mat like speed) - The weight. It's average and well balanced. The mouse rises easily, stands confidently, does not fly away from poking into the body. - The wire. It is not very heavy (the mouse never slipped behind it), braided, the memory effect is not strong (this is a plus for me).
    • - A loud wheel, I got used to turning the wheel without taking my finger off it, then it's not so loud. Yes, the cutoff is quite clear, the wheel itself does not scroll, but it gives a little to the whole brush if you turn it hard. But only "if". The cutoff could have been softer. - The side buttons are too shifted to the back of the mouse for a palm grip, the "back" button is not convenient to reach with your thumb. Your finger rests in front of the front button, not between them. Finger grip is ok. - You can't set up a wave in the backlight along the mouse, only running "around it". The direction does not change either. - There is no normal blue color in the backlight. No matter how I twisted it, it turned out lilac, or the color of the sky on a clear day. In slow "wave" or "cycle" effects, this is very noticeable. Blue (or Cyan) is very distinct, but blue is not. - Limiting the color zones for the "cycle" does not allow to make a normal rainbow. At the beginning - red, at the end - pink, inside 3 colors. Because of this, a sharp jump between the last and the first. Why it is impossible to make more zones as in the "cycle" - it is not clear. This is more of a software problem (there may also be a lack of normal blue if there are CMYK LEDs), I hope they will fix it.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    I was surprised by the quality for the price.

    For all the above parameters, I was attracted by HyperX Pulsefire Surge, namely: - the shape, it is very similar to the Razer abyssus \ taipan, when I just unpacked the pulsefire and put it next to the abyssus, visually their shape seemed literally identical, however - - the material, yes, when I put my hand on pulsefire after 4 years of polished abyssus, the sensations were incredible, the hand took its usual position, but tactilely, the material seemed to be fuzzy, very pleasant to the skin…

    • Pixart 3389 sensor Omron Switches Mouse Shape Housing material Additional buttons that do not interfere with the use of the mouse and are not accidentally pressed. Gorgeous braided cable Teflon pads that glide great on carpet

    Revainrating 2 out of 5

    Does not meet my expectations, it was not worth buying.

    I took it purely to try something not from Logitech, on whose products I have been sitting for more than 10 years. As a result, I received a very controversial device, which I definitely cannot recommend. You have to pay too much for a top-end sensor, cool materials and lighting, taking into account the frankly fig implementation of almost everything else. As for me, if a similar shape and size comes in, then it is better to take the good old G102, which is more than two times cheaper and…

    • - Not a bad shape (although this is subjective) - Excellent sensor (well, topchik, what can I say! It's impossible to disrupt, tracking is excellent, there is a branded "oiliness" of top Pixarts - The cable is very good, not paracord, but better than most mouse cables on the market. The only thing is that the braid is rubbed against the edge of the table, so it's better to fix it right away. For example, I attach it with a clamp to the keyboard wire, leaving 70-80 cm on the table. Well, or you can buy a holder, although it is more relevant for mice with oak, thick cables like the early versions of G403 / G502, here everything is fine with softness and obedience - The wheel is quiet and does not play, although clear cutoffs are more important for me in a gaming mouse, but here it’s not very good - Separately, I will highlight excellent materials! Rubberized sides, high-quality matte plastic on top. The mouse in the hand feels very nice and really expensive! Does not slip under any circumstances. Plus phenomenal wear resistance! If you wipe a one-year-old mouse, then it is indistinguishable from a new one! Even the bald spots in the places of grip with fingers did not appear! - Illumination masterpiece! Better than I have ever seen! 32 diodes do their job! It is a pity that it was their mass and weight distribution that fell victim .
    • - Cotton clicks, fuzzy return, right and left buttons sound different - The side buttons are small and very strongly recessed, they are difficult to feel, they are pressed all the way into the case with a finger, well, at least they don’t play - It is impossible to press the DPI button without intercepting the mouse and without hitting one of the main keys - Ridiculous, huge legs, giving such a glide - The mass is too big for a mouse of this size, but the main problem is not even in it (some people like it), but in a terrible weight distribution with an outweighing back, which makes it inconvenient to lift the mouse off the carpet, and it just feels unbalanced when using - With the assembly at first everything is fine, but after six months the entire top panel with buttons starts to play like crazy! Almost half a millimeter in each direction, as much as pressing the right button is given to the left! And I still did not understand how to remove the top panel for gluing without breaking it. The mouse is assembled in the best traditions of 2022 wooden architecture, practically without a single nail, only rivets)) - The component base seems to be cool, but a year later the right button caught a double click, and the left one began to be pressed quite indistinctly (but these are more claims to Omron with their supposedly 50 million clicks) - Around the same time, the mikrik responsible for pressing the wheel began to fail. All this, of course, is repaired by washing with alcohol or soldering the buttons, but in a mouse for almost 5K I would like to see more reliability - And yes, if you take it apart, then be extremely careful with the legs! Heat them with a hair dryer and gently peel off without damaging the adhesive base. There are no native legs and analogues for sale, there are only expensive Corepad Skatez, which are not so easy to buy from us. - The software is terrible! Low intuitiveness and the inability to turn to tray is half the trouble. But the lack of automatic activation of profiles depending on the active application is a tin! As long as at least one application associated with the profile is open, the buttons will perform strictly specified functions, regardless of the basic settings

    Revainrating 4 out of 5

    Nice product, happy with my purchase and may buy again.

    There is a noticeable backlash of the side buttons, which is not visually noticeable, but when you swipe the button with your thumb from top to bottom, a very unpleasant knock of the button on the mouse body appears. Scrolling the wheel is frankly cheap, I would like to see a better encoder in a mouse for 4500. The mouse is good, but a couple of these jambs spoil the impression of the purchase. However, such shoals are far from uncommon for other famous brands. The same g403 from Logitech…

    • quality materials, top stuffing, Beautiful circular lighting Intuitive software, Good teflon feet Good wire in a fabric braid
    • Perceptible play of the side buttons, Wheel "for an amateur".

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    I do not cease to rejoice at the purchase, a very good deal!

    Pros: I bought this mouse on Aliexpress (3545r). The mouse came in the original box, and yes the box was a little wrinkled, but the contents are safe and sound. She walked for exactly a month. Includes: rodent, booklets and printed instructions. The mouse is symmetrical, wired, I'm right-handed and I'm comfortable enough. Although I got used to it for a couple of days after Bloody V7. Weight 100g. Braided cable. Its dimensions (W, D, H) 63 x 120 x 41 mm HyperX is much better than bloody! The cl

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    The purchase brought only positive emotions.

    I switched to this mouse from SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] and actually compare it with it. I have been using it for more than 3 months, I think you are wondering why I have 2 of them?) I ordered in 2 different stores and they brought it with a difference of a day, I didn’t refuse the order since they brought it and eventually bought it 2) I don’t know why, I was just very busy when the courier arrived with the 2nd mouse and I felt sorry for the guy it's okay, I'll give it to someone) In general, I

    • Pleasant tenacious coating (slightly velvety) and during long rollers the hand does not sweat and the mouse does not slip out. There are no extra buttons, on the right side - success, like in SS, from 2 sides to 2 (constantly clung to the right buttons). Price, took for 4490r. and 4390r. even though it's cheaper now. Impeccably assembled. Ergonomic. Sensor. And of course, how can you not mention the Backlight - a feast for the eyes. You need to see it with your own eyes (I will attach a photo, of course, but it will not convey anything)
    • Everything in it is beautiful and wonderful, but the software annoys me a little, after the steelseries engine, where everything is extremely simple and clear. Perhaps a nitpick, or not used to it yet, although I only looked into it when I bought it.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    One of the best deals, glad I bought this.

    Compared to the Steelseries Rival 300, the build quality of the Surge seems to be poorer. And I also came across with a backlash of the right button, and it’s very noticeable - about 1mm - and if you keep your finger unrelaxed, then this disgusting “clack” of backlash is felt when you click. Overall, the mouse looks very cool aesthetically, especially when paired with the HyperX Alloy Origins Core with their flexible, instable and very soft backlighting. I won’t comment on the technical…

    • - the weight - RGB backlight - quality usb cable
    • - The dpi switch button is located higher than we would like - there is no non-slip surface under the thumb

    Revainrating 4 out of 5

    Impressions from the purchase are good, buy.

    If you do not look at the cons of the software, then the mouse is excellent for its money. Switched from Razer Deathadder and don't regret it

    • Nice click, bright customizable backlight. Good fixation of the middle mouse button, there is practically no backlash. Comfortable side rubber inserts
    • After + - two weeks of use, the sensor stopped responding. It is treated by simultaneously pressing the dpi + middle mouse button. I wrote to support, they sent another version of the firmware, but still, once every 3 weeks the situation repeats itself and you have to reinstall the software for the mouse

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    It's the best purchase I ever made, I will definitely do it again.

    When I first bought this mouse, I was very glad that it fit my hand like a glove. I'm sorry that the flaws are so big, but I had to write them.

    • Everything about this mouse is great, shape, smoothness, coverage and its soft, obedient wire
    • And now let's talk about the shortcomings, I don’t know if it’s just me or someone else, but the problem is in the upper plate of the mouse, it began to creak with me over time, from which pressing the RMB was very unpleasant and creaky. Also, over time, the side buttons began to stagger, but this is tolerable. Wheel, I don’t know how and in what way, but when I scrolled, for example, the FB tape, there was a very unpleasant twitching of the page to the top (as with cheap mice). I'm sorry, but I didn't have to give it back for a guarantee for maintenance and I'll have to wait a month at worst !

    Revainrating 3 out of 5

    Not exactly the product I wanted, the price and quality do not match.

    After the logitec G102 mouse (which costs 2-3 times cheaper) I was at a loss. I could not understand what was wrong with Surge. The whole problem was in the clicks of the left and right buttons. Well, in the form of a mouse, but I understand that the form is a purely personal problem. Not satisfied with the product. I think it should cost a lot less.

    • - Large area at the legs. Glides well on carpet. - Backlight. Where without her.
    • - The mouse clicks are disgusting. Deaf, not expressive and not confident. Yes, and there is a small backlash. - The shape of the mouse did not suit me personally. I prefer tapered shapes to keep it light and relaxed like the G102. And in Surge you experience constant tension while holding the mouse. And now I'm not talking about games, but about ordinary everyday work. - Soft. In principle, it is quite convenient and functional, BUT all the advantages fade against the backdrop of a HUGE problem. The software does not start automatically when the PC is turned on. No way. Want to use all your button and backlight customizations? You have to turn it on manually.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    I'm very happy, it really is worth buying.

    Pros: Comfortable, symmetrical, relatively light mouse. Excellent sensor, one of the best to date. The click is excellent, without extraneous noise, the keys do not play. The wheel with pronounced serifs, but easily rotates. The design looks solid and reliable. The cable is soft, retains its shape a little, but due to its flexibility it is not critical. Customization features, even a handy customization app, + saving a profile on the mouse. It is possible to configure for each individual LED of

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    Everything in the product suited me, the price is generally perfect.

    Has pros: Probably the most beautiful computer mouse (subjectively, of course). The quality is excellent, for a year of use (my son uses it quite actively in games) it has not lost its appearance, has not broken, does not play / does not creak. In general, I can recommend with a clear conscience to purchase. With its cons. Again, the cost is subjective. On the other hand, now the prices for gaming accessories are just space. 2 weeks ago they took a mouse for 7700 . What will happen next? )))

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    The best thing for the money, I'm glad I chose this option.

    Personally, I like symmetrical mice without extra buttons, so as not to inadvertently press an extra button during the game. Surge has an add. buttons, but they do not interfere in any way during operation, I personally did not succeed in pressing them by accident. If something happens to the mouse, I will definitely ate the review.

    • 1. Sensor. One of the best. Allows you to fine-tune the comfortable sensitivity. 2. Appearance. RGB backlighting with the ability to customize to your taste. 3. Simple. There are additional buttons, but you won't be able to accidentally press them. 4. Very comfortable (personally under my arm and my grip is claw). 5. Simple and easy to use NGenuity software. Easily customize mouse and keyboard backlighting to suit any taste.
    • 1. The mouse cover is quickly wiped in actively used areas.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    Best thing I have ever used, highly recommended!

    Comfortable mouse that is worth the money. For 2 years never regretted the purchase. I hope the manufacturer finishes the software normally and adds backlight synchronization, but otherwise there are no complaints.

    • -Pleasant materials, soft-touch plastic is a bomb and has not worn off to a glossy finish in 2 years of use. -Flexible settings for backlighting and DPI profiles. They are set up quickly, to switch DPI there is a separate button, to switch the backlight without opening the application, you need to simultaneously press the wheel and the DPI switch button. - Braided cable with memory effect. - Lack of backlash at the wheel, it is silent and with small cut-offs during rotation. -Acceptable weight, the mouse feels slightly lighter than the X7 and much heavier than the Logitech G102. -Old price (bought 2 years ago for ~3k).
    • -The price tag for a new one in normal stores starts from 4.5k, inflation does not spare gamers. - Morally obsolete, not ated by the software manufacturer. - Lack of synchronization with hardware manufacturers backlight (Asus Aura, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion are NOT SUPPORTED so far).

    Revainrating 3 out of 5

    Not exactly the product I wanted, the price and quality do not match.

    I have this mouse for 7 months. When I was cleaning the mouse, I noticed that there was black paint or film under the button or something that I scraped off safely. It turned out that the backlight goes deep (interesting fact) I repeat, mb, the shortcomings are individual, well, this mouse does not suit me, but it was a good experience, thanks, HyperX. A photo. 1) Well, you see divorces. Wiped it last night. This is for half a day. 2) scraped off the film or paint. (Interesting fact) Do not…

    • Let's get started. - Excellent sensor - Price quality - Flexible braided cable - I don't know why, but 16000dpi (I use 400dpi) - Backlight that can be adjusted or turned off via the app. - Buttons and wheel work flawlessly (do not play, do not creak or double click) - Durability (withstood the flight into the wall, offset!) - Convenient quick commands (not many people know about this item. For most, the dpi button only serves to change it and that's it, it's sad.)
    • Most likely this is purely individual, but I can not say about it. - Material (collects all prints on matte plastic, got tired of wiping.) - Backlight (I turned it off, because the hand sweats after 4-5 hours of work. - Buttons (hard to press, especially the wheel, the index finger gets tired) - Weight (heavy. Since wired, then kindly weigh no more than 90g.) - Shape (the mouse is high, the hand got used to it for two weeks, and still there is discomfort. (I have long fingers)) - I'm tired of "dirt" ("dirt" is like skin, all mice get sick with this) - Soft. NGENUITY is. an oversight. (beta) Likes to reset profiles, doesn't save dpi and so on. They could finish it, I haven't used it since October.

    Revainrating 3 out of 5

    Not perfect quality, some small defect.

    The mouse was bought on August 19, 2022. The mouse was good for about 2-3 months, after which it began to play. Backlash is not only the case, but later LKM and PKM. In November, a terrible problem appeared due to which you will soon have to buy a new mouse - Sensor failures. The most unpleasant thing about all this is that the mouse has never been subjected to "violence" by me (the consumer). It is a pity that the mouse lasted very little .

    • The mouse was good the price that was in 2022
    • Case backlash and PKM / LKM key sensor failure after a year

    Revainrating 4 out of 5

    I like everything, the price and quality are acceptable.

    The mouse is good in principle, but some points do not match the price of the mouse. The biggest problem with this mouse is the wheel. It makes noise when scrolling and tactile feedback is almost zero. Explain to me how it was possible to put a wheel in a mouse for such a price? Even in blood wheel is better. The headache is delivered by the software. After turning on the PC, it simply starts to roll back to the factory settings and the mouse works like new, after reinstalling Windows, I didn’t

    • Form, sensor, quality of materials
    • Wheel, glitches when turned on and software

    Revainrating 3 out of 5

    The product is the most common, it could be worse.

    Still, I still don’t understand why the manufacturer gives me a guarantee, and the supplier checks the mouse. The mouse has a clear external defect, they don’t change it for me, they also return it in a worse condition than I gave it away. It's not hyperx's fault. Every manufacturer has a certain number of defective products. Conclusion on this situation: never buy anything in the "5th element" and check all products before buying. 1 photo - conclusion. 2 photos - like mine. 3 photos - as it…

    • Let's start with the positive qualities of the mouse. The main advantage of the rodent is the sensor. The Pixart 3389 is the perfect sensor for any user. Breaking it is unrealistic. The materials are quite high quality: matte soft-touch plastic, rubber bands on the sides. Massive glide under the arm allow her to fly on the carpet and the weight of 100 grams is almost not felt. The backlight and its setting is something with something. Bright, juicy, it can be customized. Mouse clicks are nice. There were no gaps in assembly.
    • And now I'll tell you what happened and why 3 stars, if the mouse is so perfect. The fact is that I could not even think that I could buy a mouse for $ 55, in which plastic will be visible near the logo. I noticed a flaw a couple of hours after purchase. The next day I went to the store. (I bought it in Belarus in the 5th element chain of stores). And sent it in under warranty. After 5 days they called me and said: "the conclusion has come, this is not a warranty case." The mouse was returned to me with a backlash in the RMB and rumpled rubber bands on the sides. I have attached the document and photos.

    Revainrating 5 out of 5

    Best I have ever used, great product for anyone!

    I changed mice for a very long time, after the A4Tech X7 Scout, which I used for 10 years (as a model, there were 2 mice). Constantly trying either Razer or Bloody could not find a pleasant form factor for the hand, not forgetting the weight parameter. As a result, getting used to the new mouse came in about 2-3 days or 3-5 game hours. I had to play a little with the dpi and sens settings, but now I am completely satisfied with this model!

    • Size form factor key feedback No clutter softtouch live sensor
    • Very crooked software, never understandable Lack of standard settings for the side keys (you have to drive in manually)