The Redragon S107 combo is decent. It comes with a mousepad, mouse, and keyboard.
The mousepad is black and red and feels very nice to use and game on. I highly recommend the mousepad.
Now the keyboard is just OK. Don’t be fooled by the “Mechanical Feel” branding, as it really isn’t that good compared to a mechanical keyboard. But does it do the job for the budget? Yes. The RGB is pretty good too. My keyboard allows me to change the brightness of the RGB using FN+PG UP/DN. It can change colors with FN+HOME. And for static colors, press FN+SCRLK until you find your color. I use a static blue background.
Next we get to another just OK part, the mouse. This mouse impressed me much more than the keyboard at first, but I soon realized it wasn’t very good. Every once and a while I have scroll wheel problems. It feels satisfying to click the right and left buttons, but the worst part is probably the other buttons and the RGB. The backwards side button feels really nice, but the forward side button is much harder to press down. The scroll wheel, as I’ve said, has problems relatively often and sometimes I have to press it really hard to get it to register. The DPI and RGB is the worst part of this mouse. They advertise it as an RGB mouse but technically it is not. The mouse has 4 different DPI levels, and the DPI level controls the RGB. 800 DPI makes the mouse red, 1600 blue, 2400 green, and 3200 purple/pink. Most gamers will use 800 or 1600, so you are stuck with red and blue. If you have a themed color setup that isn’t a color on this mouse or want full RGB customizability, look elsewhere.
All in all, this combo isn’t bad and for low budget gamers it is pretty decent. The mousepad is great and if you aren’t a typing enthusiast and get a mouse that doesn’t have a faulty scroll wheel, I recommend this combo as you could do way worse.