Hardware developer Velocilinxis is venturing into PC gaming electronics with premium PC accessories targeting the esports market. They’ve dubbed them “the WARRIOR line,” and to hammer the point home, they’ve named each set after a historical figure of war.
And to their credit, they did some deep digging and didn’t just call their keyboards “Hercules.” There’s the Boudica Collection, named after a Celtic queen who led a revolt against the Romans, the Brennus Collection, named for a Gallic king whose army invaded and sacked the Romans in 290 BC, and the Tyr Mouse, named after the Norse god of war.
The Boudica Collection includes a silver 10K DPI color changing gaming mouse featuring an exposed “moon sphere” design with 5 programmable buttons, a silver and white adjustable dual metal band headset with 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound, and a USB mechanical gaming keyboard with Outemu Blue switches.
The Brennus Collection includes a 5-programmable black button 10K DPI color changing gaming mouse, a black, adjustable dual metal band headset with 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound, and a black gun metal USB mechanical gaming keyboard with Outemu Blue switches. The Brennus keyboard has 17 preset Prism Lighting modes for RGB color changing effects and 10 fully customizable gaming modes, 5 of which are preset for popular games.
Finally, the Tyr Mouse features six buttons, including a Multi-Fire button for triple shots from a single push. Its innards produce Prism lighting effects and its shell is covered in black and silver accents.
Garish? Maybe. (Actually, definitely.) Not cheap either. But for the right competitive customer, they could make a difference. These PC hardware sets can be found at Staples and anyplace else professional PC gear is sold.