The USB Pulsefire Haste uses TTC golden micro dustproof switches and includes four preset DPI settings of 400, 800, 1600 and 3200.
It also includes a Pixard 3335 sensor allowing native DPI settings up to 16,000.
The mouse uses USB, and has what HyperX describes as an ultra-light hex shell design.
So far it's only available in the USA and costs $50. HyperX is a division of Kingston Technology.