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.
– 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.