Hyper X Pulsefire Dart & ChargePlay Basic Review

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For an exciting week with Hyper X's new Hyper Stinger wireless headphones, I'm also testing their latest mouse install, Pulsefire Dart. I've been using Pulsefire Surge for a few months and it's fun to use, but now Dart offers a different, wireless way, with wireless charging capabilities. This is what I think.

Technical specifications
– 2.4GHz wireless connection
– Up to 50 hours of battery life.
– Qi wireless charging
– Pixart 3389 sensor (16000 DPI / 450 IPS / 50G)
– 6 button
– Left / Right has Omron switch (50 mile click durability)

  

Pixart 3389 can also be found in Surge, along with up to 16000 DPI, so me Imagine that the performance would be similar, if not identical. ChargePlay base certified by Qi, main power and capable of charging up to two devices.

Open the box

The mouse is equipped with a USB charging cable, an associated USB dongle to connect it to your PC, and also an extension cable for the dongle, allowing you to extend the signal range. You can charge the mouse via the supplied USB Type-C cable, wireless charging is an optional extra. The charging base is equipped with a power adapter and associated cables.

The mouse is for right-handed users only, and there appears to be no left-handed option available at this time. The mouse is ergonomically designed for palm and claw grip and has soft faux fur parts on both sides for added comfort. It has a split button design, so clicking the back of the button will register as easily as clicking the front. There is also a DPI select button and two thumb trigger buttons that can be configured to your liking. There are two large skates at the bottom of the mouse for easy sliding, along with the on / off button.

As usual, gamers love RGB and while there isn't as much in Dart as Surge, the trackball and logo are really lit. The lighting can be adjusted through the NGENUITY software, such as DPI, macro and battery life settings.

performance

Set-up is very simple, just connect the mouse to the PC via the supplied USB cable and the necessary drivers will be installed automatically. They didn't charge me for the mouse, because at first it was a cable connection, but after an hour, I removed the cable, connected the dongle to the cable through an adapter, and continued to use the mouse wirelessly. You can connect the USB dongle directly to your PC, but an extension cable and adapter come in handy. Not only does it reduce the chance of the pair losing the signal, but if the mouse runs out of battery, the cable can be inserted directly into the front of the mouse and you can continue using it. Hyper X claims that the battery life is 50 hours, which I have not yet achieved and may never achieve, because I always leave the mouse in the charging cradle.

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As expected, the performance in terms of responsiveness, responsiveness, and fluidity is very similar, if not identical, to Surge, and that's great. DPI options (up to 5) is solid and can be easily changed using the buttons below the scroll wheel. I played for hours with Dart, various mob games, some fun fps and mmorpg roaming, in various DPI and Dart settings delivered. Don't forget to install the free NGENUITY software to maximize the mouse.

I am a man who has a slight grip and mouse shape, plus a soft area made for a very comfortable experience. The soft part at first was a weird feeling, they sat proud of the case and were pretty strong, but I liked it. I feel that the imitation leather can be discolored and / or unhygienic. It should be noted that there is no weight system on the mouse, you cannot add or remove weights that are appropriate for your playing style.

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As for BasePlay ChargePlay, it is elegant, easy to use and costs fast. The base is powered by a power supply, with a total output of 15 W and can charge two devices that activate Qi simultaneously. There are LED strips on either side of the base splitter, one for each charging position and shows when charging is complete (LED will disappear). You can charge any Qi device on this dock, there is no need to keep using Hyper X products. Make sure your device is positioned correctly on the white circle and wait for the lights to come on.

Verdict

Pulsefire Dart is one step ahead of Surge, both in ergonomics and the inclusion of wireless technology. As for performance, it is similar, if not identical, because using the same components as Surge and Surge also has better RGB quality. The ChargePlay dock is a welcome addition to Dart, it's unnecessary but nice to have and adds some elegance to the setup. I can also recommend one of the larger mouse pads, they are very good.

Darts currently sell for £ 109.99, while the base costs £ 59.99. For more information, visit the official Hyper X website.

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