Kingston has introduced its new HyperX-branded Pulsfire Dart gaming mouse that features Qi charging as well as a 16,000 DPI resolution. In addition, the company also announced its ChargePlay Base pad for the mouse and all the other Qi-enabled devices such as headsets and smartphones. The HyperX Pulsefire Dart (HX-MC006B) wireless gaming mouse uses the Pixart 3389 sensor with its native DPI of up to 16,000 DPI as well as Omron switches. The manufacturer says that the mouse features a 450 IPS (inches-per-second) sensor as well as a 1000 Hz polling rate.The device has an ergonomic design with padded leatherette side-grips as well as RGB LEDs that can be controlled using the HyperX Ngenunity software that also allows to monitor battery life. The mouse connects...
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