Like a lot of other gaming mice on the market, you'll find a healthy amount of RGB lighting here. However, the Pulsefire Surge RGB also packs a precise Pixart 3389 sensor with a resolution of up to 16,000 DPI. As for durability, the mouse features Omron switches, rated for up to 50 million clicks, for the right and left buttons. Barring any flukes or unforeseen accidents, that should mean the Pulsefire Surge RGB will last a while.
Other perks include customizable lighting, which can be set via HyperX's NGenuity software with several different effects. Onboard memory will also let you save up to three profiles.
The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB is available now for $69.99.
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