Features & Gameplay Performance
The FPS Pro is designed with ergonomics in mind, but can it compete on the features side of the ballpark. Were going to cover the ins and outs of HyperX NGenuity software and see how it stacks up. As far as software is concerned, HyperX has developed a great utility to customize your gaming experience. This software is able to do many things including changing the 1 zone RGB, customizing DPI and user profiles as well as remapping the switches and managing macros.The RGB on this mouse is simplified to the point that you don’t feel like you need any more than what you’re getting. One color zone spans both the logo and the mouse wheel , furthermore, you are able to choose from six different color options. We picked the trigger style which boils down to every time you hit a switch the lights turn on and slowly fade. Very cool addition. Next you are able to personalize your own DPI Settings. In the software you can actually have 5 different DPI settings. Out of the box it only comes programmed with 3 settings at 800, 1600, 3200 DPI. This is very handy when you need to change the DPI on the fly.Last we see the remap of switches. We have found in our gaming travels, sometimes you need to remap the thumb buttons on the mouse to be able to use them in-game. All it takes is creating an ALT + whatever key you want. Tons of great software features here. We recently picked up Warframe which fits this palm style mouse perfectly. This game is a great mix between shooter and RPG. This combination lets us really utilize the thumb switches to bind abilities to. The tracking was great in addition to being almost friction-less. After 4+ hours of gaming with no breaks we were feeling little to no hand fatigue. Huge win.