The G-Wolves Hati-S Plus 4K … Is A Mouse

Source: TechPowerUp The G-Wolves Hati-S Plus 4K … Is A Mouse

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G-Wolves have been around for a couple of years, releasing a number of gaming mice and accessories like high end mouse feet and anti-slip stickers.  Their Hati-S Plus 4K is a fairly recent release and gets part of it’s name from the 4000 Hz wireless polling rate it offers.  That polling rate, which can be reduced if you like, is a serious drain on the battery, which is why G-Wolves included a rather hefty one inside the Hati-S Plus 4K.  The mouse ships with a number of accessories, if you like grip tape or mouse feet of a specific size.

Inside the mouse you will find PixArt’s PAW3399 sensor which is adjustable up to 20,000 CPI, and Zippy DF3-P1L1 switches.  TechPowerUp were impressed by the minimal click latency, highly accurate sensor and lack of motion delay.  This quality does come at a price however, the MSRP of the mouse is $160.

The Hati-S Plus 4K comes with true 4000 Hz wireless polling, which is the unique selling point over the ACE variant. Due to a larger battery, the 4K also weighs a bit more at 51 g, and PixArt's PAW3399 sensor is used. Other than that, main button switches from Zippy, pure PTFE feet, and a solid-shell design are still present.

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1 Comment

  1. solarisguru

    Nice mouse, but that price! Ouch! I dig the design though. After discovering the wireless Logitech G302 I find it hard to spend over $50 on a gaming mouse. My local brick and mortar carries the G302 for about $34. It’s probably one of the best mice I’ve ever owned. (I have three of them! One for my main desktop, one for work, and one as a spare.) The most expensive mouse I ever owned was a bit over $250 so I’ve tried out quite a range of mice over the years. G302 is where it’s at, at least for me.


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