You might know of Patriot as a company that churns out high quality memory chipsets as well as storage devices such as SSDs, but this time around, they are working on a range of new gaming accessories that will fall under the Viper umbrella, and these have been specially designed for the most fervent of gamers, since the Viper collection will include the likes of a mechanical keyboard, headset, and a pair of mice that will hopefully be able to maximize one’s gaming performance.\
First of all, there is the Patriot V760 Viper Keyboard as depicted above. It sports anti-ghosting and full spectrum LED with a 16.8 million color rate, ensuring that each user will be able to enjoy the ultimate customization experience. There is also a removable magnetic palm rest that is ergonomic for additional comfort and support if you were to game into the wee hours of the morning, and it boasts of a dozen multi-media keys and 6 programmable macro keys. These keys can also be customized to illuminate to fit your gaming style regardless of whether you are rocking to a RPG or FPS.
As for the V560 and V530 Viper mice, it does not matter which particular style you would like to pick up. Both of them offer peak performance with slight variations for the gamer, where the V560 will set itself to the higher-range with an extreme precision laser lens and up to 8200 DPI, while featuring a weighted mouse with ceramic foot pads that paves the way for easy gliding on all surfaces and mouse pads, making sure that any wear and tear will not affect gaming performance. The V530 itself delivers a mid-range mouse without compromising on performance, where it has up to 5000 DPI and an optical lens, making it the ideal entry-level choice with advanced features for someone looking for a reliable back-up.
Last but not least would be the V360 Viper Headset, where your ears get to enjoy a 7.1 virtual surround sound which will ensure you get to experience the most lifelike scenarios. There is an ergonomic ear cup design that provides comfort while the controls are placed on the ear cup and not on the cord, hence enabling a more even weight distribution.