Can a $100 Budget Wireless Gaming Mouse & Keyboard Beat Razer?

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The full set-up:
Redragon M810 Pro:
Redragon K530 Pro Draconic:
FULLPAD Large RGB Gaming Mouse Pad:
Razer Strider Chroma:
Razer Basilisk V3 Pro:
Razer DeathStalker V2 Pro Wireless:
YEELIGHT Cube Standard Kit:

We challenged ourselves to create the best wireless gaming mouse, keyboard, and mousepad setup for under $100 to see how close we could get to our favorite Razer “trifecta”. While it may not have all the bells and whistles, our Redragon (and generic) choices manage to have some surprising advantages despite being 1/5 the cost.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. @TonyPolanco-TG

    Redragon peripherals are surprisingly good, even compared to high-end devices from big manufacturers. They're worth considering if you want awesome gaming setup that won't destroy your bank account!

  2. @mianorman8721

    I’m surprised how close the cheaper mouse looks to the budget one – but you gotta have that chroma light setup

  3. @paulAntill

    Redragon doesn't disappoint! Sure it doesn't have the flashiness as the Razer setup, but in terms of performance and design, it's hard to beat for its price. It's that $10 mousepad that had me most impressed though! Super easy and cheap upgrade to elevate your desk setup.

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