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Trust Peripheral Set Review – Redex, Callaz and Thian

Today we are taking a look at a number of peripherals from Trust – the Redex wireless gaming mouse, the Callaz TKL mechanical gaming keyboard and the Thian wireless headset. Trust is known for delivering non-nonsense products at an affordable price, but how do these compare to other options on the market, and are they worth buying?


00:00 Start
00:52 Redex mouse unboxing and design
02:27 Shape and grip styles
03:04 The sensor – PAW 3325
03:55 Battery life
04:36 Buttons and soundtest
05:42 RGB and software
08:08 Callaz keyboard unboxing
08:57 Build quality and aesthetics
09:57 Layout / RGB
11:01 The biggest problem area…
11:54 Switches and sound test
13:27 Thian headset unboxing
14:27 On-ear controls / comfort
16:26 Battery life and sound
17:17 Mic and mic test
18:58 Closing thoughts

Redex Wireless Gaming Mouse


  • Ambidextrous design
  • 2.4gh wireless with up to 10m range
  • 6 programmable buttons
  • RGB
  • UPE gliders
  • 200-10,000 DPI
  • Sensor: Pixart Paw 3325
  • 20g Max acceleration
  • 100 ips tracking speed
  • 125-1000hz polling rate
  • Weight: 86g
  • Size: 112mm  x 54mm x 39mm#
  • Works with Windows and MAC OS (USB port required)

You can purchase the Redex Wireless Gaming Mouse for £34.99 from GAME HERE.


  • Affordable with a good build quality.
  • Ambidextrous and comfortable in the hand.
  • Subtle but confident RGB.
  • LED off mode to save battery.
  • DPI indicator light and up to 7 stages.
  • Scroll has good resistance and isn’t loud.


  • On the heavier side (by modern standards) at over 80 grams.
  • Few battery options in the software.
  • Thumb marks already visible after less than a month.

Rating: 8.

Callaz TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard


  • TKL form factor
  • 87 keys total
  • ABS keycaps
  • Outemu Linear red switches
  • 1.8m non-detachable braided USB A cable
  • 8ms response time
  • Winlock key
  • 20 RGB modes
  • Weight: 660g
  • Works on Windows and MAC OS (USB port required)

You can purchase the Callaz TKL Keyboard for £44.99 from GAME HERE.


  • Outemu switches are surprisingly pleasant to type with.
  • TKL design means more space for your mouse.
  • Metal top plate aids durability..
  • Decent RGB modes.


  • ABS keycaps are already showing paint wear after less than a month.
  • Non-detachable USB cable.
  • RGB limited, no static single colour mode.
  • Stabilisers are not the best, big keys like space, enter etc are rattly.
  • Rubber pads underneath aren’t very good at keeping the keyboard stable.
  • Rubber pads on the feet are already peeling off.
Rating: 6.

Thian Wireless gaming headset


  • 5.8Ghz wireless
  • 3.5mm audio cable and USB C charging cable included
  • Over-ear, closed back design
  • Frequency response: 20hz – 20Khz
  • Driver size: 40mm
  • Neodymium magnets
  • Ear-cup material: synthetic leather, cloth material (mesh fabric)
  • Adjustable headband

You can purchase the Thian wireless headset for £44.99 (was £59.99) from GAME HERE.

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  • Great sound when factoring in the price.
  • Understated design so can be used in professional settings.
  • The microphone is clear and crisp.
  • The bendable microphone is solid and stays in position.
  • Mids and highs sound clear with a good low-end (bass).
  • Lightweight enough to wear for hours of use.


  • Drivers touched my ears on my unit which led to discomfort.
  • Style can be a bit boring.
  • No noise cancellation on the microphone (but it’s still clear).

Rating: 7.5.

KitGuru says: Of these peripherals from Trust, the mouse is the best product in terms of price-to-performance ratio. The keyboard is hugely disappointing with worn-down keycaps after just 3 weeks of use. The headset, in spite of its lightweight design, isn't the comfiest, but it does deliver quite good sound for the price. With all of these products, there's one thing to remember, they are budget items, so don't expect them to deliver in every department.

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