Well firstly, I got a broken mouse and the keyboard had miniman scratches😅 but I'll replace it anyway so won't deduct any stars for that as of now.
Firstly, I bought it for the price and the aluminium top cover. It has a brushed metal finished aluminium top, but it's just a thin plate of aluminium screwed on the top, and I expected it to have a solid aluminium top(that nice and deep sound of metal) but anyways for the price range, it's really good, not at all feels cheap.
It has 3 lighting modes : Off, Steady & Breathing. In the Steady mode you'll get 3 different gradient combinations.
Backlighting is dim. My laptop has brighter backlit than it. And when backlit turned off, the letters of the keys are extremely hard to read. The only way to use it even in day light is to have the backlit always turned on. Being dimmer it's hard to read the special characters even when the backlit is on. It may be a major concern to you.
The wire isn't braided and the connection spot isn't that strong ad long lasting, so if you're planning to buy it, buy some braided chords or connection point protection tubes.
It has 19 anti-ghosting keys. And the Fn+Pg up/dn key can change the brightness of the keyboard. Keyboard has 3 brightness levels.
The mouse is really good for the price. It has a matte finish on the top and feels nice and comfortable. Although my hands are bigger still it's a good fit. Mouse has a Instant 603 chipset and USB 2.0 interface. And it doesn't glide that well. But considering the price it's a bang for the buck.
Overall it's a pretty good deal for Rs. 999/- and you can consider buying it. And to summarize it, I'll just list down the Pros and Cons.
1. Value for money.
2. Aluminium top keyboard (brush metal finish) & Matte finish mouse.
3. Build is pretty solid.
4. 19 anti-ghosting keys.
1. Dim backlit & hard to see key letters.
2. Only 3 lighting modes : Off, Steady & Breathing.
3. No braided cable and connection point longibility doubt.
4. Mouse isn't that smooth.