We have previously reviewed the HyperX Alloy RGB Elite keyboard which is exactly the same keyboard but without the RGB. The difference here is compromised with the price of course where in the RGB version of the Alloy Elite is priced at Rs. 15,00~ as on date whereas the non RGB variant of this keyboard is priced at Rs. 10,000. But for the price you pay and the comfort you get is the best in this keyboard as this provides the premium finish with the volume slider for easy volume adjustment along with the Media controls, Play pause, Previous next and mute button.Giving a small recap about this keyboard, this keyboard comes with the Silent authentic Cherry MX Red switches and a wrist rest providing a over all premium feel. Enough about this keyboard, if you want to check in-depth review of the keyboard check it out :
Now let’s talk about the HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB mouse.
Even though the mouse doesn’t look too attractive, the mouse has some good looking side RGB details which makes it looks fancy, not to mention the HyperX RGB logo as well.
It might look simple outside, but inside the mouse is a beast packed with the Pixart 3389 sensor which has a maximum sensitivity cap of 16,000 and man, when you find the sweetspot Sens & DPI in a game (Overwatch in my case) you are gonna be clicking heads. I mean it. And the side buttons in the HyperX Pulsefire surge is perfect and clicky.
For a price of just Rs.3,990 what could go wrong. Check out the mouse on Amazon now.