Pulsar Gaming Gears expands its portfolio with two new symmetrical gaming mice. The Pulsar X2 Wireless and Pulsar X2 Mini Wireless feature the powerful PixArt PAW3395 sensor, which realizes a resolution of up to 26,000 DPI, and weigh under 60 grams. For the mini variant, even less than 50 grams are in the offing.
Pulsar X2 Wireless and Mini in detail
After the Xlite V2 Mini weighing just 55 grams in May, the manufacturer now offers two symmetrical gaming mice with the new Pulsar X2 Wireless and the X2 Mini Wireless, which are supposed to be equally suitable for left- and right-handers.
Technically, the model is based on the Endgame Gear XM2w and, just like the original, comes without any holes. The Pulsar model is also powered by the precise PixArt PAW3395 sensor, which realizes a resolution of 26,000 CPI and a polling rate of 1,000 Hz.
With dimensions of 116 mm x 61 mm x 37 mm (length x width x height), the X2 Mini Wireless is even smaller than the Xlite V2 Mini and should also beat its ultra-low weight of 55 grams. However, the “big” X2 Wireless doesn’t necessarily turn out much bulkier at 120 mm x 63 x 38 mm.
The manufacturer relies on a minimalist appearance, without any bells and whistles such as RGB lighting or sweeping logos and lettering. The Pulsar X2 Wireless is apparently offered in a matte white and a black color scheme.
The USB-C port for charging is located in the center of the mouse’s front, while the ribbed scroll wheel shines in black color with a white border. As a symmetrical gaming mouse, the new models are aimed at both left- and right-handed users and are primarily designed for fingertip and claw grip.
The full specifications are still pending, but various posts on Twitter now show a fairly complete picture. According to this, a total of six keys are offered, two of which sit on the left side. All buttons have precise and durable Kailh GM 8.0 switches. In addition, the mouse achieves a speed of 650 IPS and an acceleration of 50G, as the manufacturer had already announced in February of this year.
Wirelessly, the mouse operates in the 2.4 GHz band. However, further details, such as battery life and exact weight, are currently still pending, and the manufacturer’s homepage does not list the Pulsar X2 Wireless and Pulsar X2 Mini Wireless yet either.
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Prices and Availability
It is currently unclear when the Pulsar X2 Wireless and Pulsar X2 Mini Wireless will be available in stores. Pricing is also completely open at this time. Details on availability will likely be announced on the company’s own Twitter account, as was the case with the Xlite V2 Mini Wireless. Sometime in the summer of 2022 it should be ready.