The Pulsar Xlite Wireless Is Light On It’s Pure PTFE Feet
Good For Couch Surfing With It’s Included Wireless Extender
Mice with cutout shells seem to be far more common than they were, and their numbers grow with the Pulsar Xlite Wireless mouse. The reduction in plastic as well as the lack of a cord balance the weight of the battery which provides up to 70 hours of use, making this mouse weigh a mere 59g.
The feet are, as mentioned, pure PTFE and the main buttons sport high quality Kailh GM 8.0 switches and even the scroll wheel encoder has been upgraded, making it a very effective mouse for just about any purpose. Some may dislike the lack of a CPI button on the mouse, you need to launch the Pulsar software suite to adjust the PixArt PAW3370 sensor from 50 CPI up to 20,000 CPI. That software also lets you adjust the click latency of the main buttons, as well as modifying the polling rate and to program macros.
TechPowerUp didn’t really have anything negative to say about this mouse, apart from some instability at lower polling rates; not that many are going to set that to anything other than 1000 Hz. More can be found here.
Aside from introducing wireless functionality, the Xlite Wireless also comes with updated Kailh GM 8.0 main button switches and larger pure PTFE feet. Weighing just 59 g, the Xlite Wireless nonetheless has up to 70 hours of battery life owing to PixArt's PAW3370.