Monday, October 4th 2021

HyperX Announces Pulsefire Mat RGB Mousepad

HyperX, the gaming peripherals team at HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced the release of the HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad. Made with a densely woven cloth surface tuned for precision and control, the new mouse pad includes dynamic RGB lighting effects with lights that run along the edge of the mouse pad. Pulsefire Mat RGB features two lighting zones that are customizable with HyperX NGENUITY software.

The mouse pad offers onboard memory to save up to three lighting profiles, as well as a built-in touch sensor to easily switch between profiles for an uninterrupted, intuitive experience. Pulsefire Mat RGB also utilizes seamlessly stitched, anti-fray edges that provide a flat and uniform surface and resistance to daily wear and tear.
"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 mouse pad's gaming surface features densely woven cloth tuned for precision and an anti-slip rubber base offers stability to firmly keep the mouse pad in place to accommodate mouse movements and gaming setups, Pulsefire Mat RGB is available in XL size and can conveniently be rolled up for easy portability. The mouse pad is backed by a two-year warranty.

Availability
The HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGB mouse pad is initially available in the U.S. for $49.99 through Best Buy.

HyperX Pulsefire Mat RGB Mouse Pad Specifications:

Mouse Pad Specifications
  • Light effects: 2 RGB lighting zones
  • Onboard memory: 3 profiles
Physical Specifications
  • Material: Cloth, rubber
  • Size: XL
  • Width: 900 mm
  • Length: 420 mm
  • Thickness: 4 mm
  • Weight: 1000 g
  • Cable type: Attached, braided
  • Cable length: 1.8 m
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9 Comments on HyperX Announces Pulsefire Mat RGB Mousepad

#1
Khonjel
Id on getit. Whod afuq wants wea ty elbo when palms are sweaty already. At least Corsair and Logitech can pull it off as wireless mouse charging mat.
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bonehead123
rodent pee pads are soooooo 1980-ish.. whahdawastamoolah.. :D
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
idk $50 seems like a lot for a few pennies of lighting.
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The Quim Reaper
Not interested in this, but I will give a shout out to their RGB Mice & Keyboards, whose build quality craps all over Corsair's, these days.
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lemoncarbonate
Kinda funny to think that mouse and keyboard are getting wireless, but nowadays we have wired mousepad......
The Quim ReaperNot interested in this, but I will give a shout out to their RGB Mice & Keyboards, whose build quality craps all over Corsair's, these days.
I can't trust RGB keyboard anymore. They look cool, but the chance of the LEDs dying are so high (100%). Had 4 RGB keyboards which blue LEDs died all within <1 year. After some googling this is a very common issue with RGB keyboards regardless of brand.

Now I'm just using pure white backlit keyboard, no LED issues at all.
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las
lemoncarbonateKinda funny to think that mouse and keyboard are getting wireless, but nowadays we have wired mousepad......


I can't trust RGB keyboard anymore. They look cool, but the chance of the LEDs dying are so high (100%). Had 4 RGB keyboards which blue LEDs died all within <1 year. After some googling this is a very common issue with RGB keyboards regardless of brand.

Now I'm just using pure white backlit keyboard, no LED issues at all.
The chance of LED dying should be very low .. I had 5+ LED keyboards over 10+ years and never seen any LED dying?

However I always buy white led or rgb boards than can actually show decent white (alot of rgb boards tend to show purple when white is selected)
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lemoncarbonate
lasThe chance of LED dying should be very low .. I had 5+ LED keyboards over 10+ years and never seen any LED dying?
That's what I believed too in the first time. Maybe it's because of RGB? Before RGB I had a couple of keyboard with single color LED, none of the LED dies after 5+ years of use. The switch died first.

Then I tried RGB keyboards, then all of them had LED dying issues after <1 year of usage (2 months was the fastest), particularly the blue one... I've had enough. Well, the novelty and excitement of RGB usually wears off after the first few months... now pure white LED looks the best for me.
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las
lemoncarbonateThat's what I believed too in the first time. Maybe it's because of RGB? Before RGB I had a couple of keyboard with single color LED, none of the LED dies after 5+ years of use. The switch died first.

Then I tried RGB keyboards, then all of them had LED dying issues after <1 year of usage (2 months was the fastest), particularly the blue one... I've had enough. Well, the novelty and excitement of RGB usually wears off after the first few months... now pure white LED looks the best for me.
Pure white LED has always looked the best to me and usually I run them at 20-40% brightness, tops. If you use rainbow effect with 100% brightness all day every day then LEDs might die sooner, I don't know but I have not experienced any LED dying in the 5 LED keyboards I have had over the ~10 years tho
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bonehead123
lemoncarbonateKinda funny to think that mouse and keyboard are getting wireless, but nowadays we have wired mousepad......
says the Borg Queen to Cdr. Data about his quest to become more human:

"Seems like an evolutionary step in the wrong direction" :D
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