HyperX unveils Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad with two customizable lighting zones
HyperX's new mouse pad is here to light up your desk, and it supports three lighting profiles.
What you need to know
- HyperX announced the Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad today.
- The mouse pad has two lighting zones that are customizable with HyperX NGENUITY software.
- The HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad is available on October 10, 2021 for $50.
HyperX announced the Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad today. It features two lighting zones that are customizable with HyperX NGENUITY software. You can order the HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGG mouse pad starting on October 10, 2021 for $50. The listing for the mouse pad is already up on Best Buy's website, but the release date of the gaming accessory is next week.
HyperX's Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad looks to pair with the best gaming mice and to compete with the best gaming mouse pads.
The Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad has onboard storage that supports up to three lighting profiles. It also has a built-in touch sensor to switch between the profiles.
"Gamers are on the hunt for the latest gear to enhance their gaming setups, and the new HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad brings an extra level of customization to their gaming setup," said Marcus Hermann, director of PC gaming, HyperX. "The new Pulsefire Mat RGB compliments HyperX's existing RGB products enabling gamers to personalize their setups with customizable lighting across headsets, keyboards, microphones, mice, and mouse pads."
The surface of the Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad is densely woven cloth, while the base is anti-slip rubber. The mouse pad also features anti-fray edges.
The Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad will be available in an XL size (900 mm x 420 mm x 4 mm) and can also be rolled up for portability.
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