Velocilinx Boudica Mouse/KB/HeadSet Review

Velocilinx Boudica Mouse/KB/HeadSet Review

The Velocilinx Boudica line of products is one of the newest product lines from the company Velocilinx. I was given a mouse, keyboard, and headset to review. I am going to be doing them as a single review as an entire product line. Along with my thoughts and experiences using each product, I will give you the full list of specs for each product.  

I have used many accessories from a large number of companies. In the past, I have used Logitech, Razer, Turtle Beach, Sades, Corsair, Steel Series, Astro, HyperX, Sony, Bose, Plantronics, Blue, and Viper Gaming/Patriot. My point is a reference to experience before I get into talking about each product.

Up first, we have the Velocilinix Boudica Headset

The headset has the double band at the top, but the main support bar is metal, which makes it durable. The ears are comfortable when wearing, and it doesn’t feel too heavy on my head. It does block out most background sound while wearing them. If your playing any sound and want to hear someone or listen for an emergency, you might want to leave one ear off. Otherwise, it does a great job if you’re not wanting to hear anything else.

The sound is above par. It isn’t the best in terms of other products, but it’s not bad. The simulated 3D is one of the better experiences that I’ve had. The worst part of the headset is the microphone. It is not very good for communication. While on discord or zoom, people had to put me at max, which is 200% volume. On my end, I had the gain turned all the way up, and the windows volume maxed out. If I turned it down by 1, then I was almost completely mute when talking to others. I used the headset on three different PCs, including different USB ports on each PC. It does have great directional noise canceling. Possibly too good?


  • Look and Feel
  • Well built
  • Noise-canceling


  • Extremely quiet microphone
  • Not the best audio

Draul gives the Velocilinix Boudica Headset a Drastik Measure 7 out of 10(70).

Headset Specs(taken from their website):

Surround Sound: 7.1 Channel
Material: ABS Plastic, Steel, Memory Foam, Leatherette
Color: White & Silver
Lighting: 7 color LED
Speaker Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Speaker Sensitivity: 119 dB (± 3 dB) @ 1 kHz
Speaker Impedance: 21 Ω
Speaker Drivers: 50 mm Neodymium
Microphone mounting: multi directional flex boom
Microphone Impedance: ≤ 2.2 kΩ
Microphone Type: Omnidirectional noise cancelling
Microphone Frequency Response: 100 Hz to 8 kHz
Microphone Sensitivity: -42 dB (± 3 dB)
Controls: In-line, for increase and decrease volume, microphone mute, and LED (on/off)
Connector & Cable length: USB 2.0 / 2.2 m (7.2 ft)
OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10; Apple Mac
Driver OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Driver Video Resolution: Ultra HD (4k) and Full HD (1080p)
Size: 203 mm x 102 mm x 229 mm (8 in x 4 in x 9 in)
Weight: 338 g (11.9 oz) without cable 405 g (14.3 oz) with cable
Warranty: 1 year

Up next, we will check out the Velocilinix Boudica Mouse

The Velocilinix Boudica Mouse might be one of the most comfortable mouses I have ever put my gigantic hands-on. It is an extremely comfortable mouse. It even gives you a tingle when you feel the clicks of a button. NO, not because it is electrocuting me either… It just feels good when you click the buttons on the mouse. 

On top of it being comfortable, the mouse is fairly heavy. This weight means if you take your hand off the mouse, it doesn’t slide. So it is an ideal mouse for an FPS player. Part of the mouse is made of metal. The buttons all make satisfying clicks. However, it doesn’t have all that many buttons. Which for someone who is disabled and only has use of one hand, it makes it difficult to use. 

The mouse has a great design, and maybe I’m just odd, but I would often find myself just looking at the mouse and keyboard in awe from time to time. It has many options for changing the DPI, which is another great feature to have. However, with my hand being so big, I did, on occasion, accidentally push the dpi button, and it would completely mess my game up until I would fix it. 


  • Great Design
  • Weighted perfectly
  • Satisfying button clicks
  • Very comfortable
  • Many dpi settings


  • Not enough buttons (Lowers accessibility)
  • Badly placed DPI button. 

Draul gives the Velocilinix Boudica Mouse a Drastik Measure 8.5 out of 10(85).  

Specs (taken from their website) :

Grip Type: Palm & Claw
Material: ABS Plastic, Rubber, and Steel
Color: Silver
LED Colors: 16.7 Million Colors
Sensor: Pixart A3325
DPI Resolution Range: 200 to 10000 DPI
Default DPI: 1000-2000-3000-5000-7000-10,000
Lift off distance: <~3 mm
Buttons: 6
Frame rate: up to 3600 fps
OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10; Apple Mac
Driver OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Driver Video Resolution: Ultra HD (4k) and Full HD (1080p)
Connector & Cable length: USB 2.0 / 1.5 m (5.5 ft)
Dimensions: 125 mm x 81 mm x 39 mm (5 in X 3.18 in x 1.5 in)
Weight: 141 g (5 oz)
Warranty: 1 year

Finally, we have the Velocilinix Boudica Mechanical Keyboard

When it comes to the Velocilini Boudica Keyboard, there isn’t a whole lot to say. It is a mechanical keyboard. It has loud but satisfying key clicks when typing. If you are looking for a quiet keyboard, then you definitely do not want this keyboard. It doesn’t have any extra keys other than the button to adjust the led lights. Its a somewhat smaller keyboard than most you find these days. The keyboard itself is metal, so it is pretty heavy. It also makes it more durable and easier to clean. 


  • Well made
  • Sturdy/Durable
  • Nice visual design


  • Lack of features
  • Can be too loud

Draul gives the Velocilinix Boudica Mechanical Keyboard a Drastik Measure 8 out of 10(80).  

Mechanical Keyboard Specs (taken from their website) :

Material: ABS Plastic, Aluminum
Color: White & Silver
Switches: Outemu Blue Mechanical
Switch Life: 50 million Key presses
Keycaps: double injection process means the letters will not ware off
Keypress polling rate: 125 Hz, 250 Hz, 500 Hz, and 1,000 Hz
Prism Lighting RGB options: 16.8 Million colors
Lighting: 28 unique backlight effects available
Lighting: Veloci-Key cycles through 8 effects (colorful “Slow Wave” and 7 solid colors “Steady Rainbow”)
Lighting Effects: 28 have speed and/or brightness adjustable
Lighting Effects Control: on/off brightness level
Lighting Effects Colors: 14 effects have 8 solid colors and 1 multicolor preset
Edge Lighting: PolyGlow™ orbiting edge lighting
Edge Lighting: 9 effects
Edge Lighting: Toggle off available
Game mode key mapping profiles: 10 (6 custom, 4 preset) accessible through the driver only
Lock out Windows (WIN) key during game play: Yes
Stored Lighting Profiles: 3
Connector & Cable length: USB 2.0 / 1.8 m (6 ft)
OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10; Apple Mac
Driver OS Support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Driver Video Resolution: Ultra HD (4k) and Full HD (1080p)
Wrist rest: Detachable Wrist Rest
Size: 444.5 mm x 165 mm x 38 mm (17.5 in x 6.5 in x 1.5 in)
Weight: 921 g (32.5 oz) without cable 1.08 kg (38.1 oz) with cable
Warranty: 1 year

With all the products comes software developed for their products. With the keyboard software, you can remap buttons and create profiles. With the headset, you can change the gain, or use the audio equalizer. The mouse software is similar to the keyboard. Of course, you can also change the lighting on the products with said software. 

The cost of the mouse is $52.99, the headset is $69.99, and the keyboard is $109.99. For most of these products, I would say they are worth the price. You are getting what you are paying for. Their durability makes them a good purchase. 

The Velocilinix Boudica product line gets a Drastik Measure 7.8 out of 10(78)